Rouhani, considered a relatively moderate candidate, vows to bring Iran back into the fold of international trade following the lifting of decade-old sanctions
'Do not look at the bluster of this guy who has just come [to office as president] in America,' Iran's supreme leader says
The government’s ability to clamp down on criticism is waning as Iranians turn to encrypted messaging applications and internet chats ahead of the May 19 election
The election will be held as President Hassan Rohani, elected in a landslide in 2013, is coming to the end of his four-year term
Ayatollah Khamenei urged Iranians to take to the streets in a show of force against Trump.
UNESCO sites, desert treks, ski and shopping jaunts – these are among the attractions drawing millions each year to Iran. Still, all is not smooth sailing.
An additional decade of sanctions would neglect the nuclear deal and 'the Islamist Republic would definitely react to it,' Iran's supreme leader says.
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.