Journalist accused of espionage after arrest in July 2014
Ali Mohammadian noticed his pupil was being bullied, and shaved his head to show his support
Ex-home secretary Jack Straw returns from a visit to Tehran convinced that it’s time for the West to rethink its relationship with the regime
Veteran politician has just returned from Tehran as part of 'well received' UK parliamentary delegation
Negotiations between six world powers and Iran aimed at preventing Tehran from obtaining a nuclear weapon reached a critical stage tonight, after foreign ministers gathered in Geneva in search of a breakthrough on an interim deal.
The French have been robust in protecting what it considers to be French and, by extension, Western interests
After several false starts, Western negotiators are cautiously hopeful of a breakthrough deal with Iran this week to curb Tehran’s nuclear programme in return for sanctions relief.
When elected, Mr Rouhani promised he would seek to lift the unpopular international economic sanctions used to punish Tehran for failing to curtail its nuclear programme
John Kerry says ‘the window is open,’ as hopes rise of a constructive dialogue with country’s officials
The former freight company boss found guilty of selling missile batteries to Iran returns from the US to serve the remaining 14 months of his sentence.
Hardline protesters threw shoes and eggs at Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and chanted "death to America", following the first conversation between American and Iranian presidents in more than three decades during a 15 minute phone call yesterday evening.
Hope of a more open approach to the internet from new government after 15 ministers sign-up
Rouhani made comments during a meeting with Syrian prime minister Wael al-Halqi
President-elect also expressed doubts about the possibility of an Israeli-Palestinian peace
Hassan Rouhani has given his first news conference since being declared as Iran’s new President-elect, vowing to continue to enrich uranium and so putting him on a collision course with Western powers.
Nation chooses between six candidates amid tight regulations and stringent controls on international arbiters and journalists