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Iranian Revolutionary Guard colonel killed by motorbike assassins
Iranian authorities hinted the death could be linked with other motorbike slayings previously attributed to Israel.
US to maintain sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard even if nucelar deal is reached
US to maintain sanctions on Iran's Revolutionary Guard even if nucelar deal is reached says Robert Malley, US special envoy for Iran
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Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe arrives back in UK after Iran release
It came after the UK settled a decades-old debt to Iran.
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New nuclear deal achievable, Iran says
A deal on nuclear policy that would release Iran from sanctions could be reached in a matter of hours, if western powers seize the opportunity, the Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has told Euronews.
Fire at Tehran's Grand Bazaar damages shops
Firefighters say they have put out a fire that broke out in Tehran's grand bazaar in the morning on Saturday.
Iran 'jail restaurant' aims to free bad debt inmates
Two Iranian ex-prisoners have opened a successful "jail restaurant" to help raise funds to free convicts languishing behind bars for unpaid debts
French tourist jailed in Iran for eight years for spying, says lawyer
France's foreign ministry said the prison sentence was "unacceptable".
French-Iranian academic Fariba Adelkhah reimprisoned in Iran
The French government said the imprisonment of Fariba Adelkhah is purely political and called for her immediate release.
Iran launches rocket into space, state TV says
The reports did not say when the launch was conducted nor what devices the carrier brought with it.
Iranian museum showcases vintage cars once owned by royal family
Luxurious vintage cars once belonging to the last Shah of the Pahlavi Dynasty, Mohammad Reza Shah, have gone on display at the Iran Historical Car Museum.
Thousands of Iranian farmers protest against severe water shortages
Thousands of protesters in Isfahan in central Iran have voiced their anger after the city’s lifeblood river dried up due to drought and diversion.
UN atomic watchdog: Iran further raising nuclear stockpile
The United Nations' atomic watchdog says it believes that Iran has further increased its stockpile of highly enriched uranium in breach of a 2015 accord with world powers.
Iranians celebrate Pomegranate Festival in Tehran
Iranians celebrate Pomegranate Festival in Iran's capital Tehran, which is scheduled to run until November 22.
Iran begins annual war games as nuclear talks near
Iran's military began its annual war games in a coastal area of the Gulf of Oman, state TV reported Sunday, less than a month before upcoming nuclear talks with the West
Thousands gather on anniversary of 1979 US Embassy seizure
Thousands of Iranians gathered on the streets of Tehran to mark the anniversary of the storming of the US Embassy in 1979. They chanted "Death to America" and "Death to Israel," while burning American and Israeli flags.
Talks to revive Iran nuclear deal to resume in Vienna
The 2015 agreement saw Iran agree to restrict its enrichment of uranium in exchange for the lifting of sanctions.
Court upholds new 1-year prison sentence for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
An Iranian appeals court has upheld a verdict sentencing an Iranian-British woman long held in Tehran to another year in prison, her lawyer said on Saturday.
Iranians are crying out for regime change, not nuclear power | View
Europe and the United States must stop pandering to Tehran's nuclear 'extortion' tactics, argues dissident author Alireza Jafarzadeh.
Banisadr, Iran's first president after 1979 revolution, dies
Banisadr's family said in a statement online Saturday that he died in a hospital in Paris after a long illness.
Iran deal sparks hopes of wider nuclear talks with the US
The agreement in 2015 saw world powers promise to end international sanctions in return for Tehran ending some of its nuclear work. But the US, while under President Donald Trump, decided to pull out of the deal in 2018,
Former Iranian official accused of war crimes goes on trial in Sweden
Hamid Noury is accused of helping to kill “large numbers of prisoners” in Iran on the order of Ayatollah Khomeini in 1988, according to Swedish prosecutors.
Hardline judge becomes president of Iran amid rights controversy
Conservative cleric Ebrahim Raisi was sworn in as president of Iran at a ceremony on Thursday.
Iran experiences internet shutdowns amid protests over water crisis
The Iranian province of Khuzestan has experienced internet outages amid demonstrations over a water shortage, NetBlocks says.
Euronews in Iran: What brought hardline clerics back to power?
Euronews spent a week in Tehran to hear what Iranians think of their country as it makes a hardline U-turn.
Iran ramps up rhetoric against Washington after election criticism
Iran on Tuesday condemned US "interference" in its domestic affairs after Washington criticised last week's presidential election.