U.S. officials released photos Thursday of the missile parts intercepted by military personnel believed to be from Iran headed to Yemen
A fresh wave of political uprisings hit the Middle East this year, as if to complete the work that the 2011 Arab Spring left unfinished. They have stretched so far across the region that it has shattered even Iran’s illusion that
Iran unveiled an official model of the next-generation ‘Hormuz Project’ destroyer on November 28. The stealthy trimaran design is much more modern than existing Iranian warship projects
The U.S. State Department announced Thursday it was offering $15 million for information related to an Islamic Revolutionary Guard Commander who planned one of the most sophisticated attacks against coalition troops in Iraq, killing five soldiers in 2007
More than a dozen people have been stabbed in a Baghdad square that has become a focal point for anti-government and anti-Iran protests after supporters of an Iranian-backed militia flooded the area
Every hunter and hiker knows that one of the first rules of the wild is to beware a wounded animal. It’s also pretty good lesson to remember in foreign relations
Iranian security forces were “shooting to kill” in their deadly crackdown against protesters in recent weeks, according to credible video footage, the U.N. human rights chief said Friday
A woman who defended herself against rape was hanged this week in Iran, according to the Women’s Committee of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)
Iranian security forces may have killed more than 1,000 people in response to recent protests over gasoline-price hikes, a senior U.S. State Department official said on December 5.
The family of Robert Levinson, an ex-FBI agent-turned-CIA consultant who disappeared in Iran 13 years ago, has asked a US judge for $1.5 billion in damages from Iran. Tehran recently said it opened a missing persons probe into Levinson, but his family believes he sits in an Iranian prison.
Many Iranian journalists working for foreign media outlets say officials back home are harassing their family members in an attempt to silence critical reporting from abroad. DW spoke to some of the affected journalists.