Habib Elghanian, founder of Plascokar industries for which the building was named, had the edifice put up in the 1960's, in a pre-Islamic revolutionary era when the Jews fared well in Iran.
The Plasco building is an iconic presence on the Tehran skyline and was built in the early 1960s by an Iranian-Jewish businessman.
Reince Priebus tells ABC News 'a collective decision' on the agreement will be made, with the president-elect 'having the primary say.'
Iran, which has not directly purchased a Western-built plane in nearly 40 years, has ordered 100 from Airbus, 80 from Boeing and 20 from ATR.
Rafsanjani's pragmatic policies of economic liberalization and better relations with the West attracted fierce supporters and equally fierce critics during his life.
Iranian vessels came within 900 yards of American ship in Strait of Hormuz, U.S. officials says.
'Those ballistic missiles, with a range of 1,250 miles, were designed to intimidate not only Israel ... but also intended to frighten Europe and someday maybe hit even the United States,' Trump told AIPAC in March.
Iranian President Hassan Rohani suffered a shocking blow with Rafsanjani’s death and he wasn't alone.
Concerns expressed in report submitted to the Security Council on December 30 by UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon before he was succeeded by Antonio Guterres on January 1.
The influential politician supported the country's current president, Hassan Rohani, and headed the council that advises Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei.
Tehran denies there is discontent among its Arab minority and has blamed suggestions of there being any separatist sentiment on a foreign plot to seize the oil that lies beneath Iran's Gulf coastal territory.
Federica Mogherini lays out documents that reduce the amount of enriched uranium that counts towards a limit set by the deal.
In response to the U.S. sanctions move, Tehran ordered its scientists on to start developing systems for nuclear-powered marine vessels.
White House says bill extending U.S. sanctions against Iran to become law; Tehran orders scientists to develop systems for nuclear-powered marine vessels.
In Mosul, Iran intentionally trapped several thousand militants with little choice but to fight to the death and 1 million remaining civilians.
The Revolutionary Guard expanded its influence during times of international sanctions, but must now face internal competition and the effects of the nuclear deal.
Obama did not sign bill to see renewal of U.S. sanctions, most likely in attempt to defuse Iranian anger at the law; Bill won't affect nuclear deal, White House says.
Local archeologists lack access to technology necessary to verify the age of the drawings due to sanctions imposed on Iran over its nuclear program, report says.
Iranian president Rohani described the technology as a 'nuclear propeller to be used in marine transportation.'
Iran signed a $16.6 billion deal for 80 Boeing passenger jets on Sunday, the biggest package contract between Western companies and Iran since 1979.