Ministers from the 14 members of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries have reached an agreement to cut their oil production by 1.2 million barrels a day.
A reformist junior lawmaker creates a buzz for challenging Iranian authorities -- and facing down the cops.
The director of the U.S. intelligence agency has issued warnings over the dangers of scrapping the Iran nuclear deal, as well as trusting what he called "Russian promises."
The chief prosecutor in Tehran says an arrest warrant against a reformist lawmaker who publicly questioned the financial dealings of Iran's chief justice remains legal and valid.
Iran’s intelligence minister has claimed that his agents prevented a planned Islamic State (IS) terrorist attack in the capital, Tehran.
A court in Iran has sentenced the son of one of Iran's founding revolutionaries to six years in prison for releasing a decades-old tape in which his father denounced the mass execution of prisoners in 1988.
News reports say an Iranian helicopter based at a Caspian Sea oil platform crashed late on November 26, killing all five people onboard.
The AFP news agency reports that the head of Iran's state-owned railway company has resigned following a train collision that killed at least 44 people and injured dozens.
Iranian state TV reports that the death toll from a train collision in the country's north-central Semnan Province has increased to 31, with dozens of others injured in the accident.
More than 70 people, most of them Iranian pilgrims, have been killed in a suicide attack at a gas station 100 kilometers south of Baghdad, Iraqi officials say.
United Nations human rights experts have called on Iran to end the "harassment" of a woman trying to learn the fate of her brother and his newborn daughter who disappeared from prison more than 30 years ago.
Iran has denied as baseless and unsubstantiated accusations by Israel that members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) were using commercial airline flights to ship weapons to the Lebanese Hizballah.