A top U.S. State Department official said Washington is aiming to do as much as possible to shut off Iran's oil export revenues.
Belgium authorities said an Iranian diplomat was arrested, as well two other people, on suspicion of plotting a bomb attack on a meeting of exiled Iranian opposition groups in France.
An Iranian official has accused Iran's foreign enemies, including Israel, of stealing the country's clouds to cause drought.
Demonstrators protesting over water scarcity in southwestern Iran have clashed with police for a second night, local media report.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani is traveling to Western Europe this week, amid continued uncertainty over the future of the 2015 nuclear agreement between Tehran and world powers.
Hundreds of demonstrators protesting against shortages of drinking water in southwestern Iran have clashed with police, local media report.
UNESCO has added eight pre-Islamic Iranian archeological sites to its World Heritage List, raising the number of Iran cultural places on the UN agency's list to 24.
Close allies of U.S. President Donald Trump have told a "Free Iran" rally in Paris that the end of the Iranian regime is near and that sanctions against the country will be "greater, greater, and greater."
Two top Iranian players have said they are retiring from international soccer after being targeted online by angry fans following Iran's failure to qualify for the knockout stage of the World Cup in Russia.
A fire at an oil refinery in the Iranian city of Abadan in southwestern Khuzestan Province has killed one person and injured 18.
In a new report, the U.S. State Department says Belarus, Iran, Russia, and Turkmenistan remain among the worst offenders of human trafficking and forced labor.
The Iranian capital was hit by power outages amid protests in Tehran over worsening economic conditions in the country.