Iran is racing to curb the coronavirus' spread, but these efforts are complicated by U.S. economic restrictions and frustrations among the population.
An Iranian official told Newsweek that Tehran was willing to support a future Afghan government if asked, saying that "the security of Afghanistan is the security of Iran."
Turnout for the parliamentary election is expected to be low, reflecting widespread anger at the regime after it brutally suppressed protests and shot down a passenger plane.
Iranians headed to the polls Friday after a tumultuous year of internal unrest and growing tension with the U.S.
Abbas Ali Kadkhodaei, among those targeted in a new round of Trump administration sanctions on Iran, argued that the U.S. was "a regime still plagued by election uncertainties."
The insurgent-held province of Idlib is witnessing a surge in violence involving factions in the country's civil war and the international powers backing them.
U.S. Central Command has accused Iran of sending advanced weapons to Yemen's Houthi movement as the group's battle against a Saudi-led coalition nears its five-year mark.
The report outlining the administration's legal justifications for killing the Iranian general does not cite an "imminent attack," which Trump and some of his top officials claimed was the reason.
Many are questioning whether the president, emboldened by his impeachment acquittal, will take the rebuke from Congress as a warning or as a toothless threat.
"We are not naive," an Iranian official told Newsweek, expressing skepticism that even a Democratic victory over President Donald Trump would ease tensions between Washington and Tehran.
Long, expensive wars with oil-rich nations like Iran could be a thing of the past if we'd invest in something borderless, like solar and wind.
Twitter users noticed the similarity of the suit in the photograph to an outfit available from several online retailers.
Iran and North Korea have set out to modernize their aging underwater fleets to include new submarines capable of escaping detection and firing advanced missiles.
The first step in caring for these service members is recognizing the severity of their injuries.
Arriving in the Strait of Hormuz, the U.S. ships are taken out by an Iranian midget submarine after Queen's "We Will Rock You" plays.
The W76-2 low-yield nuclear warhead was reportedly deployed with the Ohio-class USS Tennessee ballistic missile submarine to the Atlantic Ocean from Kings Bay, Georgia, late last month.
Is the Cold War Back? Ninety-three separate military exercises last year weren't held in the Mideast and weren't directed at Tehran. They were directed against Moscow.
The 2015 Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action, or Iran nuclear deal, faces its biggest crisis yet, but the remaining parties refuse to give up on the historic accord.
The rockets reportedly hit the embassy cafeteria and caused minor injuries to at least one person.
"A traumatic brain injury is life threatening, not just at the time, but for the rest of your life," the Democratic presidential candidate noted.
The Pentagon said 34 U.S. service members were diagnosed with concussions and other traumatic brain injuries after Iranian missile strike on Ayn al-Asad base in Iraq.
Americans will need to learn to respect their allies' national interests. Europeans need to understand Beijing's drive for leadership in pharmaceuticals, aerospace, IT and robotics can lead to their industrial and economic demise.
Saudi Arabia's foreign minister said Riyadh would talk if Iran accepts it "cannot further its regional agenda through violence," while Iran's own top diplomat said Tehran "remains open to dialogue with its neighbors."
"We seem doomed to repeat past mistakes," said Cornell University Law School Professor Stephen Yale-Loehr.
The change comes following the U.S.'s October 3, 2018, termination of the 1955 Treaty of Amity, Economic Relations, and Consular Rights with Iran.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Quds Force commander Esmail Ghaani argued that the U.S. was "not man enough" to take on Major General Qassem Soleimani "on the battlefield."
The threat was made in Iran's parliament by the lawmaker who represents the area that former Quds Force commander Qassem Soleimani came from.
The New York congresswoman said most Americans have no interest in foreign wars but have been dragged along by a "powerful and concentrated class" that controls U.S. politics.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei suggested Washington does not want his regime's "religious democracy" to succeed.