Iran's Writers Association says security officials have prevented the group from holding its monthly advisory meeting.
The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is tasked with verifying that Tehran is adhering to the terms of a six-month accord on its nuclear program.
Officials in Washington have warned that an interim accord on Iran's nuclear program does not open the door to new economic opportunities with Tehran.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has used a speech at the World Economic Forum to warn the world not to trust Iranian claims about the Islamic republic's nuclear program.
Former top American security and defense officials have launched a new appeal to free a former U.S. Marine imprisoned in Iran.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani has addressed the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, giving a speech filled with talk of cooperation and security.
The wife of Robert Levinson, an American who disappeared some seven years ago during a trip to Iran's Kish Island, has confirmed that he was working at the time for the CIA, the U.S. intelligence agency.
United Nations human rights experts are calling on Iran to halt what they call an "abrupt surge" in hangings in the country since the start of 2014.
Prosecutors in the United States say a former defense contractor has been indicted on charges of stealing information about the U.S. Air Force’s F-35 fighter jet program and military jet engines that he tried to ship to Iran.
The Russian and U.S. presidents, Vladimir Putin and Barack Obama, have spoken by telephone about preparations for the UN-backed Syrian peace conference that is due to begin in Switzerland on January 22.
The U.S. State Department's Persian-language spokesman Alan Eyre has sent condolences via Facebook over the death of one of the sisters of opposition leader Mehdi Karrubi.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the UN decision to withdraw an invitation to Iran to attend peace talks on Syria was a "mistake" but not a "catastrophe."