Iranian state TV is reporting that authorities have executed two men convicted of a 2010 bombing at a military parade in northwestern Iran that killed 12 spectators.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry welcomed on Monday a recent decision by Turkey to reconvert Istanbul’s iconic Hagia Sophia into a mosque after serving decades as a museum.
Iran’s customs spokesman announced resumption of trade relations with all neighboring countries except for Turkmenistan and Iraq.
Iran’s favorability rating among Iraqis has hit its lowest point in years, falling below the popular support the United States enjoys in the war-torn country, according to a new poll by an independent agency.
A U.S. sanctioned Mahan Air pilot has told an IRGC-linked website in Tehran that he has once carried seven tons of “prohibited cargo” to Syria in 2013 with former Qods Force Commander Qasem Soleimani also on board.
The Naval Force of Iran’s regular Army on Thursday announced that it has successfully tested “a new generation” of naval missiles during an exercise in the Gulf of Oman and the northern Indian Ocean.
As different provinces and cities across Iran have been plunged into the novel coronavirus crisis, the authorities still attempt to style the country’s condition as normal. However, several health officials have leaked a part of reality.
Like its Latin American ally, Venezuela, Iran appears to be rebranding its crude oil destined for China in Malaysia to circumvent U.S. sanctions.
There are reports of various protests across Iran organized by workers from different industries, as well as cheated investors. The fact that these rallies are happening while the coronavirus pandemic is still sweeping Iran shows how serious the issues and the demands are.
On 1 June, Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani announced, “In the production leap, if we act in the same way as the coronavirus, united and monolithic, we will be successful.” What Rouhani wants to convey to the audience is that the regime has succeeded in confronting the coronavirus.
Iranian military forces killed one porter and injured two others in the border regions of Urmia, West Azerbaijan Province, on Sunday.