An article published on a Foreign Policy blog on Thursday enumerates 20 signs which show that the Iranian government is serious about rapprochement and reform as well as the settlement of the dispute over the country’s nuclear program.
The United States is ready to engage in talks "on the basis of mutual respect" with Iran about its nuclear program as long as Tehran is willing to demonstrate that its program is for civilian purposes, the White House said on Friday, Reuters reported.
UNITED NATIONS, Oct 20 (Bernama) -- Iran\'s Ambassador to United Nations here Monday delivered a letter to rotating head of Security Council asking that body and international community\'s condemnation of Sunday bloody terrorist attack in country\'s Sistan-o-Balouchestan Province, Iranian national news agency (Irna) reported.
Mohammad Khaza\'ie has in his letter referred to the martyrdom of 57 Iranian citizens and 150 others who were woun
TEHRAN, Iran — Iran has raised the death toll among elite troops killed in Sunday\'s suicide bombing and now says 15 Revolutionary Guard members were among the 42 people killed.
A state TV report on Tuesday gave the latest toll.
Previously, five Guard members were reported killed, including the highest ranking victim — acting commander of the Guard\'s ground forces, Gen. Noor Ali Shooshtari.
The official IRNA
Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) said western states have systematically miscalculated Middle East realities and this has resulted in the pattern of failures of the big powers in the region.
Speaking in a meeting with the visiting Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Tehran on Sunday, Saeed Jalili pointed to the catalog of western blunders in the Middle East despite their massive funding and costs and said “The main reason for the f
Bruno Pellaud, former deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), tells swissinfo.ch that there is a lack of unity among the negotiating partners. He also predicts that Iran may face tougher sanctions.
The talks follow the discovery of a second uranium enrichmen
TEHRAN, June 29 -- A top supervisory body reviewing Iran's disputed June 12 election formally dismissed all opposition complaints of fraud Monday and affirmed a landslide victory for President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, setting off shouts of protest from Tehran's rooftops but leaving opponents with few options amid an intensifying government
TEHRAN, Iran (CNN) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad appeared to have won a landslide victory in the country's election Saturday but his main challenger demanded the counting of ballots be halted because of what he called "blatant violations."
In a sharply worded letter addressed to the people of Iran, chief rival Mir Hossein Moussavi said: "I recommend to the authorities