Nuclear deal will test whether Europe can deliver more than words, says senior Iranian politician.
As the US withdraws from Syria, the war-torn country risks becoming another battleground in the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
Iran accused US-backed Gulf states for military parade attack that killed 25
Mohammad Javad Zarif, the Iranian Foreign Minister, says Iran and Europe appear to be making progress with the Nuclear Deal. But he suggested the United States was pushing its own agenda. And he questioned whether the EU would back the agreement or blindly follow the US.
Foreign Affairs Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif sits down for a Euronews exclusive.
"Israel will not allow the regime to put a noose of terror around our neck," said Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says "foreign enemies" have tried to use protests to overthrow the Islamic Republic
There's no single cause driving Iranians to take to the streets but instead an intertwined web of older and newer issues coming together.
Hundreds of exiles take part in demonstrations of solidarity with those challenging the government in Terhan
Supreme Leader Khamenei accuses the country's enemies of stirring unrest, as the death toll from anti-government protests rises.
Moscow says unrest in Iran is an internal affair but the US and Israel both voice praise for protesters
More protesters die in violence across Iran as President Rouhani calls for calm
Iran today moved to restrict access to Telegram and Instagram apps used by anti-establishment protesters, according to state news agency Irib.
Videos appear to show clashes on the third day of protests in several cities, as the authorities warn people to stay away from 'illegal gatherings'.
Thousands gathered for the annual nationwide movement to mark 8 years since the end of major political demonstrations that rocked Iran in 2009.
The husband of a British aid worker jailed in Iran has met with British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson to discuss securing her release.
Huge protests have been taking place in Iran to demonstrate against the United State
The Secretary of the Supreme Council for National Security of Iran spoke to Euronews in the wake of Washington's decision to de-certify the Iran nuclear deal.
"The Trump administration’s bombast toward Iran is, in a sense, par for the course. US foreign policy is littered with absurd, tragic, and hugely destructive foreign wars..."
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The country's future direction is at stake as it emerges from international isolation.
Moderate incumbent Hassan Rouhani, standing for a second term in Friday's election, faces a tough challenge from hardliner Ebrahim Raisi.
After a hard-fought campaign, the day has arrived for Iranians to choose their next president.
Iran’s nuclear deal was signed at a time when the country’s political risks were high, and economic income and investment into financial corporations were…
The candidate's withdrawal is seen as a boost to conservative hardliners trying to unseat President Rouhani.
Iran's presidential election is on May 19. Euronews spoke to former president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who wants to run for what would be his third mandate.