Eight months after Trump's withdrawal from the Iran nuclear deal both sides continue to hang tough
EU adds names of two men to terrorist list in first sanctions slapped on Iran since 2015 nuclear deal
Documents show that the Chinese tech giant controlled a telecom equipment seller that operated in Iran and its holding company registered in Mauritius, which had also operated in Syria
Iran has been trying to implement standards set by the Financial Action Task Force (FATF), an inter-governmental organization that underpins the fight against money laundering and terrorist financing
Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani - which Washington imposed sanctions on for human rights abuses - will head the council that revolves disputes between the Iranian parliament and a watchdog body
Iranian president announces budget of 4,700 trillion rials, warns sanctions will affect Tehran's economic growth
Iran's navy commander says U.S. navy is allowed to sail in international waters near Iran ■ 'They do not have the courage or ability to take any measures against us'
Businessman had been convicted of 'spreading corruption on earth,' a capital offense under Iran’s Islamic laws ■ Special courts set up in August have jailed dozens of businessmen and traders
If the government can support the value of the rial in coming months, it may be able to bring down inflation, improving living standards and reduce capital flight from Iran
A London-based cybersecurity group has uncovered a large scale attempt to hack into the email accounts of more than a dozen U.S. Treasury officials under the nickname Charming Kitten
Pompeo calls on UN to establish 'inspection and interdiction measures to thwart Iran's efforts,' says arms embargo on Tehran shouldn't be lifted in 2020
Baghdad, an ally of both Washington and Tehran, is seeking U.S. approval to allow it to import Iranian gas for its power stations
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
Chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou reportedly covered up attempts to sell U.S. equipment to Iran despite U.S. and EU sanctions
State TV quotes President Rohani as saying that 'if someday, the United States decides to block Iran’s oil (exports), no oil will be exported from the Persian Gulf' ■ The strait at the mouth of the Persian Gulf is crucial to global energy supplies
'Rohani's slander, which calls for the destruction of Israel, proves yet again why the nations of the world need to join in the sanctions,' premier retorts
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
By maintaining its status in Syria, Iran hopes to show endurance in the face of sanctions and diplomatic pressure. But the cost is high, and Tehran is looking toward Russia to break its shackles
The complicated arrangement involved a Syrian citizen using his Russia-based company to ship Iranian oil to Syria with the aid of a Russian state-owned company, said a U.S. Treasury statement
Angered by the U.S. move that has raised worries about oversupply, Saudi Arabia is now considering cutting output with OPEC and its allies by about 1.4 million barrels per day, or 1.5%, of global supply
Iraqi officials said they had agreed to sell foodstuffs in return for Iranian gas and energy supplies. Iranian trade officials denied that any food-for-gas scheme could be set up as Iran was a net exporter of food to Iraq
The United States announced reinstatement of sanctions earlier this month as the Trump administration tries to force Iran to curb its nuclear program as well as its support for proxy forces in Yemen, Syria and Lebanon
Some elites have house tigers and mansions, while every day Iranians are having 'serious difficulty getting diapers for their child,' Iranian cleric alleges
Sanction exemption waivers granted to Iran’s biggest oil clients, including China and Turkey, will allow them to import at least some oil for another 180 days
Education Minister Bennett thanks Trump 'for Making The Ayatollahs Scared Again' ■ Netanyahu praises inclusion of SWIFT banking system in sanctions
Israeli Defense Chief Thanks Trump for Reimposing Sanctions on Iran; Rohani Warns of 'War Situation'
Avigdor Lieberman says move will deal 'critical blow to Iran's entrenchment' in region ■ Iranian president vows to keep selling oil and break sanctions
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
IranAir is looking to buy planes from any company not requiring U.S. sales permits; most modern commercial planes have more than 10 percent of U.S. parts, the threshold at which U.S. Treasury approval is necessary
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'
Days before resuming heavy penalties on Iranian crude oil, the White House doesn't know how to bridge the gap between its ambition to twist Tehran's arm and the reluctance to hurt its allies