May 6, 2014
Iran and the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) have agreed on how the Agency will carry out inspections of the Arak heavy water plant in central Iran.
May 5, 2014
Iran and the P5+1 group are set to resume expert-level talks on Tehran’s nuclear energy program in New York, an Iranian official says.
Iran's South Pars field, located in southern part of the country, exported gas and oil to 29 countries during the last Iranian calendar year (started on 20 March 2013).
A delegation from the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) is in Tehran to discuss with Iranian officials a safeguards approach for the country’s Arak heavy water plant in line with an agreement reached between Tehran and the IAEA.
Five out of the new attachés will be dispatched to Germany, Italy, Serbia, Spain and Switzerland in a bid to boost trade and economic relations with Europe, the official added.
May 4, 2014
A senior Iranian military official described south Lebanon as Iran’s first line of defense, an Iranian News Agency reported over the weekend.
Iran announced this weekend that they are ready to supply the EU with natural gas to meet the continent's growing energy needs.
May 3, 2014
Iran already banned other popular social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter in the past.
April 30, 2014
The U.S. has stepped up unilateral sanctions against Iran by banning companies from China and the UAE from having any connection with Tehran.
April 29, 2014
Iran is eager to enhance economic ties with Germany with the hope of securing $7 billion dollars worth of trade transactions annually, an official said.
The advisor to the Leader and the head of Expediency Discernment Council Strategic Research Center says French delegation agrees on easing trade restrictions on Iran.
April 28, 2014
Iran's Energy Minister is warning of the serious water-shortage crisis his country is going through.
Iran and Russia are negotiating to sign a deal, worth about $10 billion, to boost bilateral ties in the power sector.
April 27, 2014
So-called open, liberal president Hassan Rouhani may now be one of the prominent figures in Iranian politics promoting democracy and reform, but many Iranians are still taking to the streets in protest of the country's continued treatment and torture of opposition figures.
"Of course I don't want prices to go up, but the reality is that the prices have to become real," said a 30-year-old communication specialist in Tehran. "But I expect more services from the government in return, such as health and transportation."