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Cultural restitution: Artefacts returned to Iran after legal battle
The long lost Mannean bricks turned up for sale in Europe in the 1990s and after a spell in a Swiss bank are back in Iran in the National Museum.
Iranians flock to parks to celebrate nature day
Iranians flock to parks to celebrate nature day and North Koreans enjoy hot springs at a resort in Yangdok, some 120 kilometres from Pyongyang.
Iran: The Persian powder paradise drawing in the world’s best skiers
With 87 kilometres of slope and 66 lifts, the ski resorts outside of Tehran offer some of the best pistes in Asia - and no one knows about them.
Release 'should have happened six years ago,' says Zaghari-Ratcliffe
The British charity worker has called for other hostages to be freed in Iran.
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe arrives back in UK after Iran release
It came after the UK settled a decades-old debt to Iran.
Three Iranians sentenced in Denmark for spying for Saudi Arabia
The men had been found guilty of promoting terror in Iran and passing on information for Saudi intelligence services.
Diplomats reconvene in Vienna for Iran nuclear deal talks
Western European participants have warned that time is running out for a successful conclusion to the talks.
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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
Iranian separatists found guilty of spying for Saudi Arabia
The three suspects were convicted of promoting terror in Iran and gathering information for Saudi intelligence services.
French tourist jailed in Iran for eight years for spying, says lawyer
France's foreign ministry said the prison sentence was "unacceptable".
Yemen's rebels hold protest against Saudi-led coalition strikes
Yemen's Houthi rebels hold a mass demonstration in the rebel-held capital Sanaa to denounce deadly airstrikes.
Iran isn't seeking nuclear weapons, president tells Russian Duma
In a speech to Russia's State Duma, Raisi said Iran was serious about reaching an agreement to limit its nuclear programme, but would not agree to anything less than its "rights".
Astana Peace process: 17th round of talks on Syria begin in Kazakhstan
Delegations from Turkey, Russia, and Iran meet in Nur Sultan for the 17th meeting of the Astana Peace process that aims to find a solution to the decade-long crisis in Syria.
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.
Prison massacre accused to give evidence at landmark trial in Sweden
Charged with more than 100 murders and grave war crimes, Nouri is expected to give evidence that allegedly implicates Iran's current president Ebrahim Raisi.
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.
Iranians celebrate Pomegranate Festival in Tehran
Iranians celebrate Pomegranate Festival in Iran's capital Tehran, which is scheduled to run until November 22.
Husband of British-Iranian woman stuck in Iran ends hunger strike
Richard Ratcliffe, the husband of British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, ended his hunger strike.
Ratcliffe down after meeting about securing wife's release from Iran
Ratcliffe has been on a hunger strike since October 24 outside Britain's Foreign Office in an effort to ratchet up the pressure on the British government to secure her release.
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
Husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe vows to continue hunger strike
The husband of Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe has said he's determined to "continue" his hunger strike which he started almost two weeks ago.
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.
'UK letting us down': Zaghari-Ratcliffe husband in new hunger strike
Richard Ratcliffe said Iran remains the “primary abuser” in Nazanin’s case, but the “UK is also letting us down".