Rescue operations continued late on Thursday in the Iranian capital Tehran following the collapse of a shopping centre which had caught fire.
A shopping mall collapses in central Tehran killing dozens of firefighters
Dozens are reported dead after Tehran's iconic Plasco building collapsed as firefighters battled a blaze inside.
Tehran’s iconic Plasco building has collapsed as firefighters battled a blaze inside.
For some, the first snowfall of the season is a cause for frustration.
Picking up two awards at the Cannes film festival, for Best Screenplay and Best Actor (for Shahab Hosseini), Ashgar Farhadi’s latest movie ‘The Salesman’ tells the story of a middle-class couple who m
British Airways is resuming direct flights from London to Tehran which were suspended four years ago because of western sanctions against Iran.
Oil prices continue to be pulled down by the lack of a deal between OPEC and other countries to freeze production.
Commentators say the results could mean Iran will further its new ties with the West after the recent nuclear deal
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
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
Hundreds of Iranians turned out for a third day in Imam Hussein square in central Tehran to vent their anger over Saudi Arabia's execution of a Shia cleric
The past few days have been particularly bad, with the government acknowledging that the air quality is unhealthy for the city's residents
People around the world showed their sorrow and solidarity with France on Saturday in the wake of the Paris attacks. In Rio de Janeiro the iconic
After a four-year closure, the British embassy has reopened in Tehran. Philip Hammond became just the second UK Foreign Secretary to visit Iran since
The UK is set to this weekend reopen its embassy in Iran, which was closed nearly four years ago after it was stormed by protesters. British Foreign
A new dawn or an historic mistake, whatever your viewpoint on the deal between Iran and the major powers, it has brought to an end to an era of
Iran’s foreign minister has been welcomed back to his country’s capital after concluding a landmark nuclear deal with six world powers in Vienna
The trial of Jason Rezaian has begun — the Washington Post correspondent who has been detained in Iran for almost 10 months. The accusation against
The trial of the Washington Post’s Tehran correspondent, Jason Rezaian, accused of espionage by the Iranian government opens today. The process will
Politically sensitive talks aimed at ending a decades-old dispute over Iran’s nuclear programme are now in their final stages. The writing of a
Benjamin Netanyahu’s US visit (address on March 3rd on Iran, in joint session of Congress) has stirred controversy in three main areas: Obama didn’t
Talks on Iran’s nuclear programme have adjourned without Tehran clinching a final deal with the six world powers. Discussions are expected to
Iran’s foreign minister is returning to Tehran for “consultations and exchange of views” on nuclear talks which are expected to continue throughout
A senior adviser to Iran’s supreme leader has said he anticipates that jailed Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian could be freed “in less than a
Iranian president Hassan Rouhani, addressing concerns about his country’s nuclear programme on Monday, said the country was not interested in making
At least 38 people were killed when an Iranian aircraft crashed in Tehran on Sunday (August 10) morning. Iranian state media has reported that 10