Nasrollah Tajik, a veteran Iranian diplomat, has talked about the way he was captured in October 2006 by the British police based on an order from the White House.
The London-based Saudi newspaper Al-Hayat has drawn negative reactions after publishing an insulting cartoon about foreign workers in the Arab kingdom.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei referred to the increased attacks against the Iranian Judiciary, and warned that the enemy is seeking to destroy Iran’s “national power.”
The secretary of Iraqi Assyrians has announced that the Iranian humanitarian aid shipment for Assyrians has arrived in Iraq.
A convict who had been sentenced to death for killing a boy at his 17 was pardoned by the victim’s next of kin.
Prosecutor of Tehran announced that a famous Iranian sport sponsor has been detained because of bank debts.
Iranian Police has intensified previous driving laws and regulations, and introduced more severe restrictions for newbies.
Shahindokht Molaverdi, Iran’s Vice-President for Women and Family Affairs, says violence against women amounts to the violation of human rights, and should be stopped in Iran.
Arash Sadeqi, the Iranian political prisoner who has reportedly been on hunger strike for 71 days, will end his strike tonight after his wife Golrokh Iraee was released on bail today, their lawyer said.
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.