Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the former president, shocked the country by registering, although Ayatollah Khamenei previously urged him to not run
Trump's administration announced it was putting Iran 'on notice', but Ahmadinejad says U.S. 'cannot hurt Iran' in first interview since announcing surprise presidential run
It isn't the first dispatch sent by the former Iranian president, who can count Presidents George W. Bush and Barack Obama among his pen pals.
Cuba’s longtime president will be remembered as the man who stood up to the United States in the 1960s, even if it nearly triggered World War III.
Iranian supreme leader warns against any foreign funding and interference leading up to the May 2017 election.
Iran's supreme leader warns the hardline former president's candidacy would increase divisions in the Islamic Republic.
Commentators suggest the firebrand populist will run in next year's elections, but Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's instruction effectively destroys his chances.
While unclear what steps Ahmadinejad would like Obama to take, he wants the Supreme Court ruling to 'be quickly fixed by your excellency.'
After slamming Iran's current President Hassan Rohani as incompetent, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad first signaled his desire to return to politics in April.
Two new books – by American journalist Laura Secor and human rights activist and lawyer Shirin Ebadi – shed light on Iran's complex political and religious psyche.