Suggestion comes after the Iranian president was publicly chastised by Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei for his handling of the international nuclear deal
As the Iranian president invokes the Iran-Iraq war of the 1980's, a reformist magazine was suspended by Iran's government for warning of war with the United States
'Reduction of some of Iran’s commitments and resumption of some nuclear activities which were ceased following the deal are the first step,’ says news agency ISNA
Supporters of the Iranian president allege that the case is politically motivated
Rohani also described the recent American decision to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guard as a 'foreign terrorist organization' as a calculated boost to Netanyahu
86,000 Iranians moved to emergency shelters after heavy rains devastate oil-right southwest
Story had erroneously cited an Instagram page run by his supporters and not his official page
On the 40th anniversary of the Islamic revolution, leaders of the insurgency outline vision of 'radical decentralization'
The assault, which wounded at least 13 people, took place in the province of Sistan-Baluchestan ■ Militant Sunni Muslim group, Jaish al Adl, claimed responsibility for the attack, Iranian media reports
U.S. President Donald Trump last year pulled out of an international nuclear deal with Iran and re-imposed sanctions
Iranian Foreign Minister Zarif also said that the U.S. is making the Middle East a 'tinderbox' by selling more arms than the region needs
The Revolutionary Guards' also released a statement saying, 'The evil and adventurous American president has focused on an economic war and cruel sanctions'
Vote comes two days after lawmakers sacked the minister of economy and finance and weeks after they sacked the labor minister, blaming them for the collapse of the rial and surging inflation
Erdogan and Rohani are slated to meet on the September 7. The Kremlin has stated that Putin may also come
Nasrin Sotoudeh said she was launching her protest over the recent arrest of a prominent civil rights activist and the harassment of his, and her own, family by security forces
Iranian president meets with North Korean FM as the two countries seek to 'deepen relations' amid renewed U.S. sanctions
U.S. sanctions won't necessarily change Iran's stance, and protests over staggering inflation still aren't threatening the regime. Nonetheless, there's a chance for a new negotiation
The rial has lost half of its value since April, ahead pf the U.S. announcement that it would impose sanctions
The Iranian president has been summoned by the parliament to answer questions about the government’s handling of economic hardships in the country
A tweet by an aide to President Rohani says U.S. would have to return to the internationally-backed nuclear deal and suspend new sanctions against Tehran ■ Senior Iranian parliamentary negates, says talking to U.S. now would be 'humiliating'
In his battle of wits with Rohani, Trump blinked first. Like Israel, Washington mistakenly believes that tactical strikes on Iranian targets and threats on Twitter can get Iran out of Syria
The renewed sanctions have left Tehran in an untenable position economically, but the White House is likely to miss the opportunity
After President Trump threatened that Tehran would face harsh repercussions if it struck the U.S., Iran's foreign minister retorts: 'Color us unimpressed'
The visit comes as Iran is bracing for renewed U.S. economic sanctions
The U.S. warnings came as Tehran threatened to disrupt Mideast oil supplies
France's foreign minister says concerns about Iran can be addressed without ditching the deal
By killing nuclear deal, Trump turned Rohani into lame duck and empowered Iranian conservatives
U.S. president Donald Trump pulled the U.S. out of the Iran nuclear deal vowing new and 'powerful' sanctions on Iran
If Trump's decision leads to the deal falling apart, Rohani could become politically vulnerable for promoting the 2015 accord and his plans to curb the economic activities of the Guards will come to an end
Britain, France and Germany remain committed to the nuclear accord but, in an effort to keep Washington in it, want to open talks on Iran’s ballistic missile program and its nuclear activities beyond 2025