Iran

May 11, 2014

Negotiations between Iran and the West are progressing, with some believing that a final deal on Iran's nuclear status can be reached in the coming months. (photo courtesy: aei-ideas.org)
17:34 GMT

Ayatollah Khamenei said that any reduction in missiles would be foolish when the West continues to threaten Iran.

Iran's vice president for legal affairs Elham Aminzadeh said "some sanctions have been lifted. But problems continue."
17:33 GMT

Iran's deputy oil minister for petrochemicals, said "nothing has changed compared with last year" in terms of petrochemical sales to the EU.

Rouhani’s remarks come ahead of a fresh round of high-level nuclear talks between Iran and the five permanent members of the UN Security Council. (AFP/File)
09:02 GMT

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has dismissed Western allegations that the Islamic Republic is pursuing a secret nuclear program.

May 7, 2014

“The cultural and historical background of the two nations indicate the close friendship between Iran and China, therefore, media collaboration in all technical and production fields can be developed,” Musavi said.
21:47 GMT

Speaking at the meeting, Musavi pointed to cultural commonalties between the two countries, which help deepen the ties.

Eric Lerner is a prominent scientist and researcher in America (Image: Smallplanet.com)
18:00 GMT

U.S. science writer Eric Lerner is working with Iranian researchers to producer cheaper and greener energy, Press TV reports.

Iran and the P5+1 have been working since late 2013 to reach a nuclear deal. (AFP/File)
13:46 GMT

Iranian diplomats suggested that Israel is attempting to torpedo the nuclear deal between the P5 +1 group of world powers and Iran, The Guardian newspaper reported.

May 6, 2014

Rouhani promised to be a progressive voice in Iran's government. (AFP/File)
08:55 GMT

Iran's women and minorities were hopeful as they watched Rouhani take office, but has Rouhani helped make Iran's government more inclusive?

The IAEA inspectors are expected to visit the Saghand uranium mine and the Ardakan concentration plant in Yazd on Tuesday. (AFP/File)
07:34 GMT

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

Mohammad Javad Zarif meets with Catherine Ashton, the High Representative of the Union for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy for the European Union, in Tehran, during a previous round of nuclear talks. (AFP/File)
12:59 GMT

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.

The capacity of South Pars gas and oil fields could hit 100 million cubic meters daily in the current Iranian year
11:55 GMT

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).

The deal, which was clinched last November and took effect in January, paves the way for the full resolution of the dispute over Iran's nuclear energy program. (AFP/File)
09:11 GMT

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.

The Iranian government has decided to increase the number of its commercial attachés overseas to 30 from 11, the TPOI director for marketing, Mir Aboutaleb Badri, stated.
03:55 GMT

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

Iran said that southern Lebanon is now its first line of defence. (AFP/File)
19:00 GMT

A senior Iranian military official described south Lebanon as Iran’s first line of defense, an Iranian News Agency reported over the weekend.

Iran has the second largest natural gas reserves after Russia (File Archive)
08:39 GMT

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

The international community has criticized Iran in the past for its crackdown on the internet and other popular social media outlets. (Photo courtesy: news.softpedia.com)
10:29 GMT

Iran already banned other popular social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter in the past.