New surface-to-air missile launch not covered by terms of 2015 nuclear deal but likely to further inflame relations between Tehran and Washington
Consultations underway about controversially reclassifying Middle Eastern power's domestic security enforcers, who answer to Ayatollah Khamenei and wield considerable political influence
Seattle judge temporarily restrains President's ban to allow toddler Fatemad Reshad to receive vital treatment in Oregon
Iranians will take to the streets on Friday in government-approved protest against President
An official in U.S. President Donald Trump's Cabinet and at least one of his advisers gave paid speeches for an Iranian exile group that killed Americans before the 1979 Islamic Revolution, ran donation scams and saw its members set themselves on fire over the arrest of their leader.
'This is an outrageous violation of universal human rights,' says head of institution
Aim of exercise is to ‘showcase the power of Iran’s revolution and to dismiss the sanctions’
Comment comes amid rising tensions between the two nations
Iran quickly imposes its own set of sanctions against the US in retaliation, declaring Mr Trump has violated the UN resolution underpinning their 2015 deal
In pursuit of an anti-Iranian line, the Trump administration is making the same mistake as that made by Western governments after the 2011 uprisings in the Arab world. They tended to think in terms of nationalities and the nation state, but in the Middle East these count for less as communal bonds than religious identity
White House communications director appeared to conflate Iran with Yemen's Houthi rebels, and confuse the United States and Saudi Arabia in muddled comments
Rumoured decision comes in the wake of inflamed relations thanks to US ‘Muslim ban’ and Iranian missile test
The launch took place on Sunday east of Tehran
'It’s an opportunity to practice the skills we’ve learned in much tougher places around the world'
Central Bank decision fraught with risk for Iran’s oil revenues, analysts say
Iranian minister says test did not violate landmark nuclear deal struck in 2015