Reza Pahlavi, the exiled heir to the now-defunct Iranian throne, tells Newsweek that the bloody unrest in his home country can only be solved by removing the regime in Tehran.
Iran has vowed to defy "hegemonic powers" trying to limit its naval capabilities and has sought to court major Eastern powers amid tensions with the West.
Iran freed an American Princeton University graduate student, Xiyue Wang, held since 2016.
U.S. military and intelligence personnel told Newsweek that Iran and its allies have been increasingly conducting reconnaissance and gathering intelligence near U.S. positions, raising major concerns.
The U.S. and Iran have a decades-long history of legal dispute, with both countries largely ignoring one another's domestic rulings.
Iran has sought to improve troubled relations with Arab states, while boosting military ties with Russia and China, both of which oppose a U.S.-led campaign to isolate the Islamic Republic.
Iran is just the latest government to shut off its internet in a hope to shut down its problems.
Iran and Israel have escalated their conflict in Syria, but they're both looking to Russia to prevent an all-out war.
Researchers in Iran were given sentences for up to ten years after being arrested on charges of being American spies.
"If the enemy intends to invade, attack or even infringe on our country's skyline, which is one of our red lines," Iran's army air defense commander warned, "we can deal with it."
While China and Saudi Arabia seek to "enhance the mutual trust and friendly relations" between their armed forces, a U.N. arms embargo on Iran is set to expire next October.
"This is just an escalation of tensions," a senior Russian diplomat warned of U.S. plans to maintain up to 3,000 troops in Saudi Arabia.
Economic pain is undermining the Iranian government at home and—for the first time—in two of its most important client states.
Iranian Information and Communications Technology Minister Mohammad-Javad Azari Jahromi confirmed that Iran's Supreme National Security Council ordered internet service to be suspended amid unrest.
At least six people have so far been killed in the unrest, which erupted last week over increases in the price of gasoline.
President Donald Trump has consistently argued in favor of ending Middle East wars, while holding on to foreign oil assets— feeding into longstanding criticism about the intention of U.S. intervention.
Baha Abu Al-Atta, a top commander for the Islamic Jihad organization, was killed alongside his wife on Tuesday in an Israel airstrike.
Assad's forces have used tactics including indiscriminate bombing, chemical weapons and mass disappearances in their effort to bring all of Syria back under the dictator's control.
Iranian Army Air Defense Force Brigadier General Alireza Sabahifard said that the "decisive act of firing missiles came in response to a foreign invasion of our airspace."
The International Institute for Strategic Studies said Tehran has established a regional network of some 200,000 fighters.
The Supreme Court takes on their first environmental case of the term while President Donald Trump's lawyers return to court about those tax returns.
This week marks the 40th anniversary of the storming of the U.S. embassy in Tehran, an event that marked the start of a decades-long stand off between Washington and Iran.
An Iranian government spokesperson blamed the "bullying policy" of the U.S. and the "lack of resistance" by the Europeans,
Speaking of potential ties with Saudi Arabia, one Iranian official said "there could be bilateral ties established in numerous fields in the region and the U.S. pressures should not stir a gap between neighbors."
Iran is widely expected to make extensive use of its special operation forces and regional proxy militias in a hypothetical future war with the U.S.
Knowing the context of what happened in 1979 is crucial to our ability to move forward.
Rivals U.S. and Iran both support Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi—but he's under increasing pressure to step down amid widespread protests that could put US troops at risk
The dictator suggested Trump's transactional foreign policy is illustrative of America's global approach.
Iraqi Kurdish member of parliament Shirwan Mirza told Newsweek that, if the U.S. doesn't "change its attitude" soon, "then we are obliged to look for another friend in this area."