Federal Aviation Administration warns commercial airliners flying over the Gulf of Oman to exercise caution 'due to the potential for miscalculation or mis-identification'
Both Tehran and Washington eschew war, but must save face. A powerful mediator, like Moscow and Beijing, is necessary to pull them back from the brink
Following a threat made by Iran’s supreme leader saying it won't be difficult to enrich uranium to weapons-grade levels, Foreign Minister Zarif says Iran remains committed to the 2015 nuclear accord
An attack on four oil tankers and oil pumping stations in the Gulf has raised regional tensions, fueling concerns that the U.S. and Iran are headed toward a conflict
The sanctions on Iranian oil intensified, but gave rise to a symbiotic relationship with Russia: The less oil Iran can export, the more Russia is able to take over lost markets
Confronted by the Trump administration’s 'maximum pressure' policy and by hardliners at home, Iran's Rohani is fighting a losing battle for negotiations, not conflict, with the U.S.
India was Iran's top oil client after China, but halted imports after Washington reimposed sanctions on Iran and later withdrew waivers
Whether Tehran is driven by fear of sanctions or concern over Trump's reelection, it seems to be changing policy ■ Unclear if White House heads toward negotiations or confrontation
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
The unprecedented move to end sanction waivers underscores the influence of hard-liners in Trump's National Security Council
The State Department says additional sanctions could be imposed for uranium trade or any assistance to expand the Bushehr nuclear reactor
Sources say an unusual number of oil tankers have been sailing between the two countries, and that their alliance will provide Iran's economy with a source of oxygen
Washington's announcement that it will halt waivers on imports of Iranian oil caused rising oil prices and further tightened global supply
Move comes a day after Washington ratcheted up pressure on Tehran by announcing that no country would any longer be exempt from U.S. sanctions if it continues to buy Iranian oil
Washington announced it is ending waivers that were granted to some importers of Iranian oil last year
Recently appointed Hossein Salami dreams of regional domination, but his elite military organization is running low on cash
'However, Israel is a sneaky and jealous enemy, and we must be prepared for every possible situation,' Hezbollah leader says
The designation of the group as a foreign terrorist organization created confusion among U.S. officials whose interlocutors still work with the guards
President Rohani's major difficulty to conduct a consistent policy, implement economic reforms or navigate between the sanctions and EU states lies in the fact elite Quds Force's chief Qassem Soleimani is the one pulling all the strings
'There are better market conditions for us to accelerate our path to zero,' said special U.S. envoy for Iran Brian Hook. 'We are not looking to grant any waivers or exceptions to our sanctions regime'
Iran has been facing major flooding for the past two weeks and on Monday, the death toll in the disaster rose to 45
Some traders have revived tactics that were used to skirt sanctions against Iran between 2012 and 2016
'Iran is in economic and psychological war with America and its allies,' Iran's president says
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
Pence accuses EU of leading scheme to 'break American sanctions against Iran's murderous revolutionary regime'
The drift between the U.S. and European countries over the nuclear deal may not be resolved, but a photo-op for Netanyahu alongside Arab leaders could bolster diplomatic ties
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