Boys and girls at Iranian schools may be given separate textbooks under a new government initiative. It's the latest part of life to be segregated by gender in the Islamic republic.
Iran's envoy to the UN atomic watchdog says a high-level delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is to visit Iran on January 29-31 to discuss issues over Tehran's nuclear program.
The French media watchdog Reporters Without Borders says it is “shocked” to learn that Iran’s Supreme Court has confirmed a death sentence against website designer Saeed Malekpour, a dual Iranian-Canadian citizen.
Parastoo Dokouhaki, a well-known Iranian journalist, blogger, and researcher, has been reportedly jailed.
Iranian state radio has said that an Iranian company is sending the United States a model of the American surveillance drone captured by Tehran.
Iranian-Azerbaijani tensions -- which have been escalating for weeks -- have apparently erupted into a cyberskirmish that has affected dozens of websites in both countries.
A senior U.S. official has called on South Korea to reduce its crude oil imports from Iran to help pile pressure on the Islamic republic over its nuclear program.
The meeting of top Russian and U.S. diplomats in Moscow brought together Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, Deputy U.S. Secretary of State William Burns, and Michael McFaul, the new U.S. ambassador to Russia.
Iranian parliament speaker Ali Larijani says that Iran has made several arrests over last week's killing of an Iranian nuclear scientist.
A New York City gallery has opened its doors to an exhibit of Arab Spring-inspired photos by acclaimed Iranian-American artist Shirin Neshat.
Former senior Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) commander Hossein Alaei, who came under attack over a recent op-ed piece, has said that he did not mean to compare Iran's clerical establishment with the Pahlavi regime.
Iran has confirmed having received a message by the United States regarding the Strait of Hormuz, a vital international oil route in the Persian Gulf.