The system is reportedly thought to be capable of firing missiles at targets over 90 miles away
Long off the tourist map, Iran is back in business for travellers, thanks to a restored air link
Surfers in search of the next big wave are now turning to more remote locations, from under-visited coastlines to extreme cold spots
The Pentagon has accused four Iranian boats of 'unsafe and unprofessional' behaviour after they 'harassed' a US destroyer
The complexity of the conflict is well described as three-dimensional chess played by nine players with no rules
Russia and Iran are supporting Bashar al-Assad's forces in the civil war
'Because it hurts,' she reportedly cried
Iranian volleyball fan Sajedeh Norouzi could barely contain her delight at the Maracanazinho arena as she watched her homeland's men's team take on Argentina, a match she would have been banned from attending in Tehran.
Zeid Ra'ad Al Hussein says there are 'serious doubts about the fairness of the trials'
Republican presidential candidate forced into embarrassing U-turn after accusing Obama administration of paying ransom for prisoners
Hassan Afshar denied the allegations and claimed the sexual acts were consensual
Four prisoners were released in January as part of a new strategic engagement with Iran
'Executions are never the answer to stopping crime, especially when they result from a flawed justice system that ignores torture allegations'
The Home Affairs Committee condemned the refusal of protection for some Eritreans and Iranians
In her first interview to Western media since winning her release, Atena Farghadani talks about the horrific conditions behind bars in Iran and how she plans to continue producing political art, even if that means going to prison again
Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe and her three-year-old daughter Gabriella have been trapped in the country since her arrest in April