Iran's president has criticized the mass disqualification of candidates in next month's parliamentary elections, suggesting the decision could make the vote pointless.
Iran's reformist political parties have called on the country's Guardians Council to reverse its decision to disqualify large numbers of moderates from being candidates in upcoming parliamentary elections.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has repeated Tehran’s criticism of fresh U.S. sanctions over Iran’s ballistic missile program, calling the sanctions “illegal” and justifying Tehran’s recent missile tests as “self defense.”
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has condemned the attack on Saudi Arabia’s Embassy in Tehran in early January, saying it was "very bad" and "wrong."
A reporter with the Persian Service of the BBC says she was prevented from flying to the United States because she was born in Iran.
Former U.S. Marine Amir Hekmati who was released by Iran over the weekend says he feels lucky to be free again.
U.S. government sources say three U.S. citizens who disappeared in Baghdad last week were abducted and are being held by an Iranian-backed Shi'ite militia, Reuters has reported.
Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif has offered to host talks between Iran and Saudi Arabia in an effort to resolve disputes between the rival countries.
The White House says a retired FBI agent believed held captive in Iran since vanishing eight years ago is still alive but is no longer in Iran.
Plummeting oil prices, the lowest in a decade, are having far-reaching and unexpected consequences around the world.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has called for vigilance by officials in Tehran to ensure that world powers meet their commitments under a newly implemented nuclear deal.
The head of Iran’s central bank, Valiollah Seif, says Tehran is set to receive $32 billion of unfrozen assets following the lifting of sanctions under a nuclear deal with world powers.