China's second-largest telecommunications equipment company has said it will "restrict...business development" in Iran following reports it had sold sophisticated monitoring technology to Tehran.
Turkish media reports say police have detained two men of Iranian background after a firebomb attack on the Iranian Embassy in the capital Ankara.
Listeners of RFE/RL's Farsi Service, Radio Farda, call in to share their wishes for the New Year.
"Shahs of Sunset," a new reality show on U.S. cable television is raising the ire of some people in the Iranian-American community.
European Union foreign ministers have imposed new EU sanctions targeting the Syrian, Belarusian, and Iranian regimes.
The United Nations has renewed the mandate of its human rights investigator for Iran.
A new U.S. report predicts that increasing water scarcity and other water-related problems could trigger conflicts between countries and lead to the failure of states in the coming decades.
You may find it surprising to learn that the most valuable work by the American artist Jackson Pollock, the commanding figure of the Abstract Expressionist movement, is owned by -- wait for it -- Iran.
RFE/RL Radio Farda's audience has chosen exiled Crown Prince Reza Pahlavi, the eldest son of the late deposed Shah of Iran, as the most important and most influential person of the Iranian year.
The Bushehr project has seen several delays, including postponement of full operations that was set for the end of last year.
The United States warns Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to cooperate with a UN-backed plan or face increasing isolation, as UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expresses hope that a Security Council statement marks a "turning point" on the Syria crisis.
An Iranian national who pleaded guilty in 2009 to plotting to ship sensitive U.S. military technology to Iran has been deported back to his home country, a spokesman for the U.S. State Department has confirmed.