An international soccer broadcast is under fire for allegedly cutting away any time a female referee's legs were seen on camera.
Most of Iran is experiencing high COVID-19 infection rates as the country is in the midst of a mass lockdown.
Diplomacy is extremely difficult work. But the absence of diplomacy creates even more problems.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said the U.S. has "broken" its "promises tens of times, and it is the same now."
The strategic partnership arrangement has been under discussion since 2016.
As usual in the region, the real action is on the sidelines, where the Biden administration has been undermining Israel and the Abraham Accords to the benefit of Iran.
The U.S. and its European allies have been trying to revive the 2015 Iran Nuclear deal, which the Trump administration withdrew from in 2018.
"The answer for Natanz is to take revenge against Israel," Iran Foreign Ministry spokesman Saeed Khatibzadeh said. "Israel will receive its answer through its own path."
Simply jumping back into the Iran nuclear deal isn't an option.
Officials said a suspicious Sunday blackout at a major uranium enrichment facility was likely orchestrated by foreign actors seeking to disrupt Iran's controversial nuclear program.
Many of Iran's rulers are as tired of their outcast status as its people are. Deprived of their buffers in Ankara and Doha, they are ready to cut a deal.
To wait for the next major cyber incident before acting would be deeply unwise.
The unclaimed attack comes as the U.S. and Iran appeared closer to nuclear deal negotiations for the first time since former President Donald Trump left JCPOA, sparking a wave of unrest in the Middle East and surrounding seas.
Sen. Jim Inhofe is leading a call for the Biden administration to "reset" its approach to nuclear negotiations with Tehran.
Former President Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the 2015 agreement in 2018.
Levinson went missing on an island off the coast of Iran in 2007 and is presumed to be dead.
If democracy should prevail, President Joe Biden will soon return to the Iran nuclear deal. The president should feel confident in doing so because it's what Americans want.
"I called on France to ... cease abiding by illegal sanctions imposed by the US," tweeted Iran Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, in follow-up remarks Saturday afternoon.
"We do not anticipate presently that there will be direct talks between the United States and Iran through this process, though the United States remains open to them," State Department spokesperson Ned Price said in comments sent to Newsweek.
In Iran, a majority of 51% of Iranians approve of the nuclear deal, but 62% oppose negotiations involving their country's missile program, and just 37% believe the U.S. would live up to its obligations if it did return to the accord, a Chicago Council on Global Affairs and IranPoll survey showed.
There must also be a structured, incentivized approach to deescalating the conflict, based not on mere good will (which seldom works with terror groups), but on a stick-and-carrot approach.
I was one of those kids. So I know what I'm talking about when I say that it takes a powerful, selfless love to send a child to a safer place.
President Joe Biden will need to manage his foreign policy challenges with shrewd diplomacy, and take bold action to mitigate risks of war.
"It seems that Iranian policymakers have come to realize that the global balance of power is changing," Tehran-based expert Zakiyeh Yazdanshenas told Newsweek. "Iran is going to grab the opportunity of great power competition in order to advance its national interests as much as it can."
Beijing has increased its imports of Iranian oil to record levels, despite the American "maximum pressure" campaign.
Something clearly is rotten at the heart of the Turkish banking system. Yet a Manhattan court still thinks Turkey is a functioning democracy with a fair and transparent legal system.
International Atomic Energy Agency chief Rafael Grossi told Newsweek on Tuesday that Iran must answer questions about uranium found at two alleged secret nuclear sites.