British Airways is to resume direct flights from London to Tehran, the latest sign of Iran's closer ties with Western countries since the implementation of its nuclear deal with world powers.
The United States has carried out its part of the Iranian nuclear deal, but unilateral U.S. sanctions on Iran have remained in place and are a "big hindrance" for Tehran, a top Russian diplomat told TASS.
Iran says it arrested an Iranian-American dual citizen in late July on charges of plotting against national security and collaborating with hostile governments.
Iranian state media reports say a retired Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) general has been killed while battling against Islamic militants in northern Syria.
A top U.S. commander sharply criticized recent high-speed maneuvers by Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps patrol boats in the Persian Gulf that last week prompted a U.S. Navy ship to fire warning shots.
Iranian state media have reported that a jailed and ailing Iranian citizen who had been a graduate student in Texas has been released after more than five years in Tehran’s notorious Evin Prison.
Iran's official news agency reports the country has launched the first phase of its National Network of Data, an attempt by Tehran to create its own Intranet.
Iranian officials say they have deployed a new Russian-made long-range missile system to protect its Fordo nuclear facility.
Iran says it has detained a member of its negotiation team with world powers on suspicion of spying.
French Environment Minister Segolene Royal has announced plans for a series of joint projects with Tehran that are aimed at dealing with energy, water shortages, and pollution.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has held talks with Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro focused on stabilizing world oil prices and strengthening OPEC.
A top Iranian judiciary official says the death penalty hasn’t deterred drug trafficking, which is in fact on the rise.