Iran's Revolutionary Guard unveil new "suicide" drones: report

Iran's Revolutionary Guard unveiled a new drone, which can also be used for kamikaze-style attacks, the Tasnim news agency reported Wednesday.

Choice of White House candidates between "bad and worse," Iran says

Iranian President Hassan Rowhani on Sunday revealed his low opinion of the two candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, hoping to become the next US president.

Report: US-Iran dual nationals jailed for spying in Iran

A court in Iran has sentenced two US-Iranians to 10 years in prison each on spying charges, news agency Mizan reported Tuesday.

Iran's Ahmadinejad says he won't run again for president

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad announced Tuesday he has decided not to run again for president, saying he will instead remain a "little foot soldier of the revolution."

Iran releases jailed Canadian professor

Iran has released a Canadian professor accused of espionage on humanitarian grounds because of her ill health, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said Monday.

Iranian Supreme Leader opposes Ahmadinejad's bid for president

Iran's Supreme Leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, has spoken out against a potential return to the presidency Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, media reports said Monday.

Iran plans to export 2.4 million barrels of oil per day

Iran is planning to export 2.4 million barrels of oil per day by March, according to the Ministry of Petroleum.

Iran and Russia begin work on second nuclear plant in Bushehr

Iran and Russia officially started work Saturday on a new atomic power plant in the port city of Bushehr, more than a year after an international nuclear accord was concluded between Tehran and...

Iran's ayatollah calls Saudis "infidels" ahead of Hajj pilgrimage

Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei criticized the Saudis as unbelievers and questioned the country's role in administering the annual Muslim pilgrimage to Mecca.

British Airways resumes flights to Tehran after four-year break

British Airways is to resume direct flights to Tehran later Thursday after an interruption of nearly four years, in another sign of Iran's closer ties to Western countries.

Iran stations anti-aircraft missiles at nuclear facility

Iran has placed Russian-supplied anti-aircraft missiles at one of its nuclear facilities, the Iranian news agency Fars reported Sunday.

Iranian nuclear negotiator arrested, released on bail

A member of the negotiating team which agreed the Iranian nuclear deal was arrested and released on bail, ISNA news agency reported Sunday.

Iranian inquiry finds executions do not deter drug smuggling

An inquiry board from Iran's judiciary has concluded that executions do not deter drug smugglers, with the board head saying Saturday that the amount of such contraband has even increased.

Iran employs preventative measures to keep youth from Islamic State

Iran said Friday it is using preventative measures to keep young people from developing sympathy for the Islamic State extremist militia.

Iran denies delivering weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif denied on Friday that his country delivered weapons to Houthi rebels in Yemen, responding to accusations made by US Secretary of State John Kerry the...