Britain, France and Germany have triggered the accord's dispute mechanism to force Iran into discussions. The process could bring back UN and EU sanctions on Iran.
Thanks to Donald Trump’s unilateral decision to assassinate Iran’s most popular public figure, we now see millions of Iranians taking to the very same streets; not demanding the Islamic Republic to justify its brutality in putting down the protests, but instead demonstrating national unity.
Hassan Rouhani said the world will be watching as families of the dead seek justice and transparency. But how was he in the dark at the beginning on the story?
Online videos from Tehran show Iranian police and security forces firing both tear gas and live rounds to disperse demonstrators who are protesting against the Islamic Republic's initial denial that it shot down a Ukrainian jetliner
Videos on social media showed protesters shouting anti-government slogans in Tehran and other Iranian cities despite the presence of security forces.
The arrest came amid anti-government protests in Tehran over the missile blunder. Donald Trump warned Iran against "another massacre" of protesters.
Regulators urged airlines to avoid all Iranian airspace after Tehran admitted one of its missiles downed flight PS752 in a "disastrous mistake."
Iranian cabinet spokesman Ali Rabiei said that such allegations “rub salt on a painful wound” for the families of the victims.
Iran has refused to hand over the black box to the plane's manufacturer, Boeing
It is possible that US withdrawal from the JCPOA is at the root of the escalating tensions between the two countries. After that, the region witnessed several attacks on American drones and other targets such as oil tankers in the Gulf and the Strait of Hurmuz.
Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei sees recent events as a watershed moment. Are we about to see mass evacuations?
Ukraine has confirmed that the victims come from at least seven nations, however Iranian media say that many were travelling on dual passports.
The extrajudicial killing of Iranian official Qassem Soleimani and Iraqi commander Abu Mahdi Al-Mohandis by US forces last week will set back Western-Iranian relations by decades, with repercussions not only across the region but across the world.
A US airstrike on Iranian military leader Qassim Soleimani has brought the Middle East closer to conflict, as Iran narrows the scope of its possible responses to the assassination of a national hero.
Hundreds of thousands attended the funeral procession in Tehran for a top Iranian general who was killed in a US airstrike in Baghdad. He will be buried in his hometown of Kerman.
"My message is simple and clear: stop escalation. Exercise maximum restraint. Restart dialogue," UN Secretary-General António Guterres said.
The stampede erupted at a funeral procession for the top Iranian general killed in a US airstrike last week, Iranian state tv reported.
The Pentagon said it will "follow the laws of armed conflict" and distanced itself from Trump's threat to target Iran's cultural sites.
Iran will no longer abide by any of the limits of its 2015 nuclear deal, the country's state television reported on Sunday.
European calls for restraint will not be enough on their own, argues Thomas S Warrick
Soleimani's death will also prove to be more significant than that of Osama Bin Laden or Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, according to one of Italy's ex-foreign ministers.
Reaction to the killing of Iran military chief Qassem Soleimani has been flooding in. Here's a chronological recap.
Iran "will fall into the hands of the most militant and hardline elements," @AliVaez of the ICG told Euronews.
Iran expert Soraya Lennie tells Euronews: "I really don't see a lot of positive avenues left open to de-escalate this crisis.
Qassem Soleimani grew so close to Iran's supreme leader, Ali Khamenei, that Khamenei officiated the wedding of the general’s daughter.
The targeted killing of Gen. Qassem Soleimani, the head of Iran's elite Quds Force, could draw forceful Iranian retaliation.