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Iran’s supreme leader has told former hardline president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad not to stand again in next year’s elections, state media reported on
This is an opinion piece by Mehrdad Khonsari, a former Iranian diplomat. Euronews seeks to represent All Views but does not endorse any political
Images of Russian jets bombing Syria have become commonplace since Russia decided to enter the war in support of the Assad regime last September.
Independent counting suggests this will be the first parliament in more than 20 years with neither a conservative nor reformist majority.
Moderate and centrist allies of Iran’s reformist President Hassan Rouhani have won the second round of parliamentary elections, taking more than 30
Voters in Iran voted in a second round of parliamentary elections on Friday (April 29). There are 68 remaining seats to fill. The remaining seats
The Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi has begun a two-day trip to Iran, the highest-ranking European leader to visit since world powers stuck a
Comments by Iran's Supreme Leader are seen as critical of former President Rafsanjani.
Just two months after signing an historic nuclear deal with the West, Iran has tested two ballistic missiles it says are designed to be able to hit Israel
There is as sense of deja vu about our interview here in Geneva, with Dr. Mohammad Javad Larijani, head of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights and
Commentators say the results could mean Iran will further its new ties with the West after the recent nuclear deal
Moderates and reformists go head-to-head with conservatives in Iran's first parliamentary election since the historic nuclear deal was signed.
Voting is underway in Iran. The election will shape the future of Iran for at least a decade. Hardliners and moderate candidates are vying for seats
On Friday elections take place that will shape the future of Iran for at least a decade. Hardliners and moderate candidates will vie for seats in
Centrist candidates behind President Hassan Rouhani, who deny links with the West, are up against conservative hardliners
Final campaigning is underway in Iran, ahead of Friday’s elections for parliament and the body that will choose the country’s next supreme leader
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif is in Brussels on a mission to broaden ties with Europe. He’s set to meet EU Parliament President Martin Schulz
Iran is to issue visas for all foreign nationals upon their arrival at Iranian airports, except for those from Britain, the US and seven other
In this week’s Perspectives we look at reports on the first visit to Europe by Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani after the lifting of international
“Iran is open for investment” that was the message the country’s President Hassan Rouhani brought with him as he met a warm welcome in Paris from
Iran’s president’s visit to Europe was scheduled for the 14 and 15 November 2015, but postponed as a result of the terrorist attacks in Paris. Over
The international agreement over Iran’s nuclear programme, billed as ‘historic’, ended years of sanctions that challenged the Islamic Republic. Long
The international agreement on Iran’s nuclear programme between Tehran, the European Union and the five permanent members of United Nations Security
As Tehran’s political maneuverings begin in earnest ahead of February’s parliamentary elections. A group of ex-cabinet ministers and allies of former
Iranians have been celebrating since the news emerged from the talks in Vienna of the landmark deal with the West over its nuclear programme.. For
Ahead of tonight’s deadline for talks in Vienna to reach an agreement on the Iran nuclear question, Russia says a deal is within reach. However, the
The trial of Jason Rezaian has begun — the Washington Post correspondent who has been detained in Iran for almost 10 months. The accusation against
Article written by guest contributor, Dr. Mehrdad Khonsari As one of the leading critics of the Islamic Republic of Iran (IRI) for the past three
World powers and Iranian negotiators managed at long last to agree on a framework for the continuation of Tehran’s nuclear development programme
With just two weeks to go to a deadline for reaching agreement on a nuclear deal, US Secretary of State John Kerry and his Iranian counterpart