Despite ongoing efforts by certain Arab countries to mediate between Iran and Saudi Arabia, the two countries' war of words doesn’t seem to have an end.
Following the tragic collapse of Plasco Building, many Iranian media outlets have sharply criticized the presence of Iranian artists and athletes in Tehran’s City Council - thanks to public votes - while they do not possess sufficient expertise and efficiency for managing urban affairs.
The deadly collapse of Iran's oldest high-rise building in downtown Tehran on Thursday morning has sparked emotional reactions from the international community.
It was recently claimed that the late ex-president Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani had collaborated in assassinating a former Iranian Prime Minister in the 1960s. But what was the real story?
The leading conservative newspaper Kayhan has called on President Hassan Rouhani to answer 12 questions in his Tuesday press conference.
Some Arab media has referred to the recent resignation of Carlos Queiroz, the Portuguese coach of Iran national football team, as his “escape from Iran”. Now, after his return to Iran, what should be said?
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 44 them. The selected headlines show how Iranian newspapers covered the death of Ayatollah Rafsanjani in their front pages.
Arash Sadeqi is an Iranian political prisoner who has reportedly spent 70 days on hunger strike in protest at his wife’s arrest. However, there is another side in his story and the popular campaigns calling for attention to his demands.
Iranian people’s happiness with their participation in a traditional ceremony, irrespective of their religious beliefs, has played a major role in helping Christmas business thrive in Iran during the days leading to Christian New Year.
In a surprising reaction, a VOA and BBC commentator has lashed out at the US and Israel over their hypocritical approaches towards the recent liberation of Syria’s Aleppo.