The Russian president is meeting his Iranian counterpart, Hassan Rouhani, next week.
Iran's top religious leader says Washington has failed to live up to its obligations.
The scorched wetlands and river beds have turned the wind into sand storms. The wind “has turned the region into hell.”
It is necessary to paralyze Hezbollah and Iran now to prevent devastation later, writes Israeli Intelligence Minister Israel Katz.
Berlin’s domestic security agency says Tehran has attempted to acquire nuclear technology in Germany.
Security services foiled the plot two weeks ago, arresting 10 militants and seizing explosives.
Some of the 10 crew members gave away capabilities of their vessels, one of them disclosing his vessel's potential speed and suggesting it was on a "presence" mission to demonstrate U.S. military power in the Gulf.
The intelligence ministry said it has made multiple arrests connected to a bomb threat.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says if U.S. president rips up nuclear deal, Tehran will “light it on fire.”
Iranian authorities handed Sosha Makani a six-month ban after pictures of his yellow slacks surfaced.
Moscow and Tehran have supported Syria’s government with ground troops and airstrikes.
The top religious leader in the Islamic Republic says the country will not cooperate on regional issues with enemies.
An Iranian museum has asked for art on the themes of “Zionism, terrorism and racism.”
The notion that “moderates” won a great victory in the February elections in Iran has now been conclusively disproved.
Hundreds of Iranians died in a crush during last year's pilgrimage; both countries accuse each other of politicizing the hajj.
An adviser to Iran's Quds Force boasts about Tehran's supposed capabilities.
Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif, who confirms Pakistan didn't have advance warning of strike, calls operation a 'violation of Pakistan's sovereignty.'
An exhibition of 150 submissions is now up in the Iranian capital, as Germany, Israel, UNESCO and others condemn the contest.