Iran's foreign ministry was quoted saying the companies had 'flagrantly violated human rights' and cooperated with Israel against the Palestinians.
Shi'ite militias, Hezbollah and the Revolutionary Guards: Israel increasingly concerned with Iran's influence on the Syrian border.
U.S. Navy commanders accused Iran of jeopardizing international navigation by 'harassing' warships passing through the Strait of Hormuz and said future incidents could result in miscalculation and lead to an armed clash.
Democratic co-sponsor of new bill says it's specifically designed not to interfere with landmark nuclear agreement.
The question Israeli leaders must ask themselves: When will Israeli tactical successes in Syria turn into a strategic risk?
The naval commanders warned that a future incident could lead to an armed clash.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei tweets that 'designating women as goods' is 'most probably' a Zionist plot 'to destroy human community.'
Trump's White House has evidently reassessed American policy regarding North Korea. But it's not the only country governed by a 'crazy' regime.
The unusual contribution to the Center for Security Policy, headed by Frank Gaffney, was used for ads against the Iran nuclear deal.
Plants can produce different types of missiles, including those with a range of more than 500 kilometers, Kuwaiti newspaper Al-Jarida, considered an Israeli mouthpiece, quotes an anonymous source as saying.
At 27, Shafiei has become a symbol of the shifting social norms for women in Iran, realizing her dream of becoming a professional biker despite living in a country where she is not allowed to ride on public roads.
Rejecting Netanyahu's Purim analogy, Javad Zarif says Iran saved Jews three times in history; Netanyahu responds: 'Who are they kidding?'
Fars says the tank named 'Karrar' is equipped with an electro-optical fire control system and laser range-finder and is capable of firing at both stable and mobile targets day or night.
Netanyahu, said to be almost euphoric about change in his relations with White House, tells Knesset committee there's a 'change of the highest order' in U.S. view of Iran. With regards to settlements, Netanyahu seeks to avoid unnecessary confrontations.
Despite sanctions and threats from the U.S., Iran’s Revolutionary Guard continues to test ballistic missiles in the country’s central desert.
The man is accused collecting information on a professor at a university in Paris, the former president of the German-Israel Society and others in Western European countries.
A U.S. official told Reuters on Monday that multiple fast-attack vessels from the Revolutionary Guard had come within 600 yards of a U.S. tracking ship, forcing it to change direction.
The FBI investigator, credited with busting Russian and Italian mobsters, was working for a private firm in Iran when he disappeared 10 years ago.
The official, speaking on condition of anonymity, said the boats came within 600 yards of the USNS Invincible, a tracking ship, and stopped. The Invincible and three ships from the British Royal Navy accompanying it had to change course.
Amid talk of 'Western infiltration, a number of Iranian dual nationals held behind bars on charges of espionage, collaborating with hostile governments.