'Iran is in economic and psychological war with America and its allies,' Iran's president says
Iran nuclear deal
The Iran nuclear deal is a 2015 agreement aimed at dismantling Iran's nuclear program, and ensuring that it is used only for civilian purposes. The Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) was signed between Iran, the six P5+1 countries, which include the five permanent members of the United Nations Security Council: United States, United Kingdom, Russia, France and China, plus Germany and the European Union, on April 2, 2015 in Lausanne, Switzerland. In return, the United Nations' sanctions on the country were lifted, freeing up tens of billions of dollars in oil revenue and frozen assets.
Comments come as the UN nuclear watchdog was expected to again announce that Tehran is complying with the nuclear deal
Pressure from hardliners over Iran's nuclear deal with world powers forced Zarif to resign, according to a close ally
The Iranian foreign minister’s resignation could take pressure off President Rohani to step down, or it might intensify it
'Apart from closing Strait of Hormuz, we have other options to stop oil flow if threatened... The U.S. administration lacks 'goodwill''
Tehran announces exercise months after U.S. sanctions hit the country
German leader told the Munich Security Conference 'keeping the small anchor we have' would help exert pressure on Tehran on other issues, criticized U.S.'s Syria pullout
Pence accuses EU of leading scheme to 'break American sanctions against Iran's murderous revolutionary regime'
Two failed rocket launches prompted a New York Times investigation into a classified program aimed at supplying Iran with faulty parts to thwart aerospace efforts
Israel's 2019 military intelligence estimate says Iran has not violated the nuclear agreement, but pressure from economic sanctions and the American withdrawal from the deal may change that
Tehran calls EU overture to launch system facilitating non-dollar trade 'late and inadequate,' vows to continue tests despite European pleas
The surface-to-surface cruise missile has a range of 1,300 kilometers
Marzieh Hashemi, born Melanie Franklin, was held by the FBI for ten days and testified as a witness in an undisclosed federal investigation, U.S. authorities say
Evidence has appeared showing the kingdom might be manufacturing the type of weapons program it has long criticized its rival Iran for possessing
Days after prominent Iranian TV newscaster claimed be be jailed in the U.S., prosecutor says officials are investigating security-related accusations against Michael White
A 30-year drought coupled with a population explosion have put increased pressure on Tehran's water aquifers. Increased water pumping has caused soil particles to pack closer together, leading the ground to sink.
After a failed launch earlier this week, which Israel's Netanyahu warned was hiding efforts to develop intercontinental ballistic missile, other Western leaders warn against Tehran's attempts to deliver a nuclear weapon
Iran is allowed to produce nuclear fuel under strict conditions that need to be approved by a working group set up by the signatories to the deal
Proposals to remove four zeros from the currency have been floated since 2008, but the idea has gained strength as the rial lost more than 60 percent of its value in 2018
'China, India, Japan, South Korea and other countries that were granted waivers from America to import Iranian oil are not willing to buy even one barrel more from Iran'
A flotilla is expected to set off for the Atlantic in March according to Iran's naval deputy commander. The move is in response to the presence of U.S. aircraft carriers in the Gulf
Iranian president announces budget of 4,700 trillion rials, warns sanctions will affect Tehran's economic growth
Iran's missiles currently cover a range of 2000 kilometers and many 'enemy bases' are within 800 kilometers of the Islamic Republic, commander says
UN Security Council meets to discuss possible violations of nuclear deal resolution in Tehran's missile program
A parliamentary report warns that unemployment rates could rise to 26% as the Iranian rial has fallen to record lows after Trump withdrew from the nuclear deal
Thousands of Iranians Mark Anniversary of U.S. Embassy Takeover in Tehran as Trump Restores Sanctions
Crowds chant 'Down with U.S.' and 'Death to Israel' during Tehran rally ■ State TV says similar demonstrations were held in other cities and towns
Trump Reimposes All Iran Sanctions Lifted Under Nuclear Deal: 'Maximum Pressure Means Maximum Pressure'
The sanctions will take effect Monday and cover Tehran’s shipping, financial and energy sectors ■ State Secretary Pompeo says sanctions are 'aimed at fundamentally altering the behavior of the Islamic Republic of Iran'
A Norwegian citizen of Iranian background was arrested in Sweden on October 21 in connection with an alleged plot to assassinate a leader of an Arab opposition group in Iran
Funding Blacklists of U.S. Citizens, Playing D.C. Against Iran: Israeli Gov't Implicated by Shelved Al Jazeera Investigation
Haaretz obtained the Al Jazeera documentary on the Israel lobby, in which the Israeli Strategic Affairs Ministry director admits it serves as a liaison to Jewish right-wing organizations in the United States
Iran, which says its missile program is purely defensive, has threatened to disrupt oil shipments through the Strait of Hormuz if Washington tries to strangle Tehran's oil exports