Iran has reached an agreement with Iraq that will allow Tehran to access funds trapped in Baghdad due to the US sanctions, the state-run IRNA reported on Tuesday.
A group of Iran-backed militias said Sunday that it halts attacks targeting the American presence in Iraq and their interests, on the condition that US-led coalition troops withdraw from the country, Washington Post reported.
A suspected gas explosion hit Ahvaz’s Ameri market on Sunday, killing at least five people and wounding dozens more.
Iran is constantly increasing enriched uranium, but it does not have enough to make a nuclear bomb under the UN atomic watchdog’s official definition, the agency’s head said.
A police document showed that an Iranian diplomat charged in Belgium with planning to bomb a meeting of an exiled Iranian opposition group in France warned authorities of possible retaliation by unidentified groups if he is found guilty, Reuters reported.
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Iran’s Defenders of Human Rights Centre (DHRC) urge the Iranian authorities to end executions.
Islamic Republic of Iran has been committing “serious human rights violations” in response to a series of nationwide protests since November 2019, Amnesty International said in a report published on October 2.
The US government seized the domains of 92 news websites apparently operated by the Iranian government, the Department of Justice announced on Wednesday.
Videos received by Avatoday on Wednesday show bakeries are closed in several provinces across Iran due to a severe shortage of bread.
In other places, people had to stand in line for hours to buy bread.
A US judge has ordered Islamic Republic of Iran to pay $1.45 billion to the family of a former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who have been missing on an Iranian island since 2007, the Washington Post reported.