February 5, 2014
After a recent meeting with Swedish Minister of Foreign Affairs, Iran's President Rouhani claims to be ready for final nuclear talks with world powers.
Iran's Foreign Minister reaffirmed this week that Tehran is committed to implementing the Geneva nuclear deal ahead of the next round of nuclear talks with world powers.
February 4, 2014
US officials declared on Tuesday that Iran is “not open for business” and vowed to scrutinise companies heading to the Islamic republic since it entered a temporary nuclear agreement.
Syrian, Iranian and Swiss officials met in Tehran to discuss improving aid access to the victims of Syria's civil war.
February 3, 2014
Iran and China will soon sign a agreement setting a “roadmap” to boost cooperation in a wide range of economic sectors
Iran makes a public statement regarding its views on the Holocaust at an international security conference in Munich.
Whilst stating that Iran is "not a military aggressor", Iran's foreign minister Javad Mohammad Zarif expressed his confidence in a full nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and world powers being struck by July 2014.
EU nations are preparing (and competing!) for Tehran investments following the easing of sanctions against the country.
Acclaimed Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s French-language drama The Past (Le Passé) has been nominated in five categories at France’s César Awards 2014.
February 2, 2014
Following the implementation of a nuclear deal between the Islamic Republic and the six world powers, Tehran has received the first installment of its $4.2-billion funds previously blocked overseas.
As the beginning phases of Iran's nuclear deal take shape, previously frozen funds are being released for use in the process.
Iran's Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that the "illusions of power" surrounding the Syrian opposition -who he says has little control inside Syria - is not helping to achieve a peaceful resolution to the country's crisis.
January 31, 2014
Former U.S. ambassador Frederic Hof has revealed that Iranian officials, in private meetings, told him that Iran is not in conflict with the U.S. or Israel but rather believe Saudi Arabia to be the main threat considering its perceived tampering in Syria.
The world’s chemical watchdog called Friday for Syria to “pick up the pace” in shipping out its chemical weapons stockpile after a key deadline was missed, Agence France-Presse reported.
The Leader made the remarks during a meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Tehran.