Iran says still ready for talks if US lifts sanctions
President Hassan Rouhani said on Wednesday that Iran is still ready for nuclear talks on condition the United States first lifts "unlawful" sanctions.
Smog in Iran shuts schools, universities
Air pollution forced the closure of schools and universities in parts of Iran on Saturday, including Tehran, which was cloaked by a cloud of toxic smog, state media reported.
Iran arrests eight 'linked to CIA' in street unrest
Iran has arrested eight people accused of links to the CIA and gathering information to send abroad during deadly street violence that erupted after a fuel price hike triggered demonstrations.
Iran vows to punish 'mercenaries' behind street violence
Iran vowed Sunday to severely punish "mercenaries" arrested over a wave of street unrest sparked by a fuel price hike, as much of the country came back online after a week-long internet blackout.
More than 100 protesters believed killed in Iran: Amnesty
More than 100 demonstrators are believed to have been killed across Iran since leaders ordered security forces to stamp out protests triggered by fuel price rises...
Khamenei says Iran wants removal of Israel state not people
Iran's supreme leader said Friday that calls for the abolition of Israel which have sparked outrage in the West target the "imposed state" not the Jewish people.
Five killed, 120 injured in Iran earthquake
A night-time earthquake in northwestern Iran on Friday killed five people and injured 120, according to early reports on state television.
Iran resumes uranium enrichment at Fordow plant in new stepback from deal
Iran resumed uranium enrichment at its underground Fordow plant south of Tehran on Thursday in a new step back from its commitments under a landmark 2015 nuclear deal.