'I still don’t know why I am here and when I will be able to leave'
A new report on the plot refers to 'a series of bombing raids in several locations across the capital'
Many of Europe’s largest banks won’t do business with Iran for fear of breaching other US sanctions, which have nothing to do with the nuclear agreement – but a lot to do with US agencies and prosecutors
Iranian diplomat Ghadanfar Rokonabadi disappeared after being caught up in the mass panic on last year’s Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca
The Iranian football federation's morality committee cited Makani's clothing as a reason for the ban
'They were saying I am a cleric and I shouldn’t be meeting gay men. The other mullahs were suspicious about my sexual orientation and threatened me with death'
'It is a huge mistake to trust evil Britain and the Great Satan [the United States],' Ayatollah Khamenei says following report's release
Oil extends slide as members decide against production ceiling
The unidentified woman wanted to see her favourite team play in a match
Around 35 men and women were sentenced to 99 lashes each after being found 'dancing and jubliating'
Some women in Iran are challenging compulsory hijab laws by dressing in a more conventionally masculine way and cutting their hair. The Independent spoke to Kajal, a woman living in the country, about how cutting her hair allows her more freedom
'It is a serious cultural war between two lifestyles. For women, their hair is their identity and making it short to just avoid the morality police is really heartbreaking, but in a way, it is brave.'
Reza Hosseini was one of four people executed on 3 May in a northern Iran prison over drugs related charges
The French photographer discusses his documentation of a lesser-known side to Iranian culture
The incident in January was deeply embarrassing for the US and seized on by critics of President Barack Obama
Tensions between the two nations have risen after the Sunni-led kingdom executed prominent Shiite cleric Nimr al-Nimr in January