After initially holding back information that the virus had entered Iran for weeks, some now accuse the regime of underestimating the number of cases
Urgings and pressures have not produced a substantial shift in Washington’s policy, but a crack was nonetheless forged. Is Iran willing to shift its stance?
The republic has reported a total of 53,183 cases since the outbreak of the pandemic
In a rare acknowledgment of the severity of the outbreak, Rohani says the virus may remain through the end of the Iranian year
Esmail Ghaani, head of Iran’s expeditionary Quds Force, succeeded slain Iranian general Qassim Soleimani who was killed by a U.S. strike at Baghdad's airport
'Iran will pay a very heavy price, indeed!' tweeted Trump without clarifying what information he was referring to
'It was a great opportunity for Americans to apologize ... and to lift the unjust and unfair sanctions on Iran'
Pompeo, who said sanctions don't apply to humanitarian supplies, said when asked if U.S. might reevaluate its stance on sanctions, 'would we ever rethink? – Of course'
Turkey's state broadcaster TRT Haber said the cause of the explosion was unknown
Russian, Chinese and European companies will be able to continue their work, despite the United States tightening sanctions
In the past 24 hours, the country has seen 117 new deaths and 3,186 new confirmed cases of the coronavirus, bringing their total to 41,495
The government has banned intercity travel after warning of a potential surge in cases after many Iranians defied calls to cancel travel plans for the Persian New Year
Iranian sources say Revolutionary Guards warned the victim before the deadly shooting
Iranian media reports nearly 300 people have been killed and more than 1,000 sickened so far by ingesting methanol across the Islamic Republic
Humanitarian supplies are exempt from sanctions Washington reimposed on Tehran after President Donald Trump abandoned Iran's 2015 multilateral deal to limit its nuclear program
Persian New Year saw many people travel despite warnings
Trump said he had not been told that Robert Levinson, the former FBI agent who disappeared in March 2007, was dead
Iran is one of the countries hit hardest by the pandemic outside China
Iran's death toll from coronavirus climbs to 1,812 with 127 new deaths
Khamenei says U.S. could send medications that spread the coronavirus, as debate rages in Washington over sanction policy
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's comments come as Iran faces crushing U.S. sanctions blocking the country from selling its crude oil and accessing international financial markets
President Rohani marked the new year by promising a better economy: 'We will put the coronavirus behind us soon with unity, hard work and cooperation'
In Iran, every 10 minutes one person dies from the coronavirus, says health official
Coronavirus crisis: Iran is asking the IMF for a loan to help combat the virus - the first request for help since the Shah was in power
Some 17,361 people having been infection nationwide, as authorities have been accused of mishandling the initial outbreak
Days of denials, a national celebration and an election helped the coronavirus spread quickly in Iran
Two rockets fell outside Baghdad's Green Zone on Tuesday without causing any reported casualties, Iraq's military said in a statement, the fourth such attack in the span of a week
China had called on the U.S. to ease sanctions as the country faces one of the world's worst cornavirus crises, but to no avail
The rockets hit the Basmaya base near the Iraqi capital on Monday evening, the army statement said
A state television report gave the warning hours after hard-line Shiite faithful pushed their way into the courtyards of two major shrines closed due to the coronavirus outbreak