An Iranian passenger plane with 105 passengers and crew has crashed near Orumieh in northwestern Iran.
The United States says an American woman Iran claims to have detained for spying is in fact safe and not in Iranian custody.
Iranian officials have confirmed this week's media reports that an American woman has been arrested on spying charges after illegally entering the country.
The end of coercion is the beginning of life.
Iran's atomic chief Ali Akbar Salehi says Iran is capable of making its own nuclear fuel plates and rods of the kind needed to power a Tehran research reactor that makes medical isotopes.
Armenian authorities have insisted that a U.S. woman reportedly detained in Iran on suspicion of espionage did not travel to Iran from neighboring Armenia.
Iranian opposition leader Mehdi Karrubi has met with the family of a journalist and rights activist who was given a lengthy prison sentence for recording an interview with a dissident cleric.
EU foreign affairs chief Catherine Ashton said she did not view the Iranian offer negatively but that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), not the EU, should carry out such inspections.
A former CIA officer has been arrested for allegedly leaking U.S. national security secrets -- apparently in connection with giving classified information concerning Iran to a "New York Times" reporter.
A report says that a prominent Iranian reformist who was close to former President Mohammad Khatami has been arrested.
Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbaev has rejected the idea of a national referendum on extending his term in office until 2020.
Last week, participants at an event at Tehran’s Allameh University found printed copies of the online opposition newspaper “Kaleme" placed on their seats, according to at least two people who were present at the event, including a lecturer.