Iranian women have been forced by law to cover their hair since the 1979 Islamic revolution
The summit met to discuss the threat of terrorist groups obtaining nuclear weapons
The 28-year-old man, identified only as Saman, is due to be blinded after 'accidentally blinding another man with a metal rod'
The prince visited the Iranian city of Bam in October 2004 after an earthquake devastated the area, nut this was in his capacity as president of the British Red Cross
The former cross-Channel hovercraft may be facing the scrapheap, but there's still a future for these go-anywhere workhorses
Despite its often turbulent dealings with Israel, Iran has one of the world's largest and longest-established Jewish communities - and it's growing. Kim Sengupta reports from Tehran on their intriguing relationship with the country's establishment
Crude prices have bounced back from their January lows of $27
Lebanon and Iraq voted against the decision in a meeting tha saw Saudi Arabia storm out
'If you send women to parliament members, they will face catastrophes and your honor will be violated'
Latest Iranian missiles emblazoned with slogans fired as US VIce President Joe Biden visits Israel
Iranian journalist and activist Masih Alinejad has become a vociferous voice for Iranian women
Two other defendants were convicted of 'corruption on earth', the most serious offence under Iran's criminal code
After Iran’s vote for change, with moderate conservatives and reformists combining to squeeze out hardliners in much of the country, Kim Sengupta reports from Qom, the ‘Shia Vatican’, where many feel the Islamic Republic is at risk
Hardliners see many of their most senior leaders fall during a dramatic 24 hours in the nation's landmark elections
The elections open the door to long-term changes in Iran
Head of the National Council for Resistance of Iran said most young people had boycotted the polls