An influential spiritual leader in Iran has criticized what he described as the boom in working women, blaming the policies of President Hassan Rohani.
Stiff Iranian opposition to any attempt to rein in its oil production has left the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) divided and unable to agree on a plan of action.
U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry has said the United States has never had any doubts that Iran conducted work on nuclear weapons.
Russia, Iran, and Iraq have quashed a plan reportedly being eyed by Saudi Arabia to lift sagging global oil prices through collective cuts in oil output.
The brother of Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian -- who has been detained in Tehran since July 2014 -- has delivered a petition to Iran’s mission to the United Nations in New York calling for his release.
Russia has begun delivering S-300 air defense missile systems to Iran.
Israel called for more investigation after a United Nations watchdog found Iran carried out nuclear bomb development activities through 2009.
The UN atomic watchdog says it believes Iran conducted activities relevant to developing nuclear weapons at least until the end of 2003. Tehran had consistently denied its nuclear work had a military component.
The U.S. State Department is investigating the fate of an Iranian-American man who was reportedly executed in Iran for murder last month.
A well-known Iranian poet and songwriter has been arrested in Tehran for reasons that remain unclear.
Iraq has blamed Iran following a breach of the border by thousands of Iranian pilgrims who reportedly broke down fences and injured guards.
Iran has denied any links to two detained Kenyan nationals who were allegedly planning to stage a terrorist attack against western targets in Nairobi.