DUBAI, July 31 Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah
Ali Khamenei, accused the United States on Friday of trying to
stir anti-government protests by imposing sanctions that he said
are aimed at bankrupting the country.
DUBAI, July 28 Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards
launched a military drill in the Gulf on Tuesday, Iranian state
television reported, at a time of high tension between Tehran
DUBAI Iranian security forces fired tear gas on Thursday to disperse demonstrators gathered in the southwestern city of Behbahan, witnesses told Reuters, and there was a heavy presence of forces in other cities.
DUBAI Desperate to afford her daughter's overseas university fees, 58-year-old retired Iranian teacher Maryam Hosseini withdrew all her savings from the bank to buy U.S. dollars.
DUBAI A fire at Iran's underground Natanz nuclear facility has caused significant damage that could slow the development of advanced centrifuges used to enrich uranium, an Iranian nuclear official said on Sunday.
* Incident follows explosion at military base, earlier virus
(Adds IAEA statement)
DUBAI An Iranian who spied for U.S. and Israeli intelligence on slain Revolutionary Guards commander Qassem Soleimani has been sentenced to death, Iran said on Tuesday, adding the case was not linked to Soleimani's killing earlier this year. | Video
DUBAI Iran's Supreme Leader on Friday denounced Israel as a "tumor" to be removed and hailed Tehran's supply of arms to Palestinians, drawing swift condemnation from the United States, European Union and Israel.
DUBAI Around 10,000 Iranian health workers have been infected with the new coronavirus, the semi-official ILNA news agency quoted a deputy health minister as saying on Thursday.
DUBAI Iran is taking advantage of a stock market boom to boost state revenues by selling stakes in state companies, but risks political repercussions if those buying shares get burned.