Iran has sentenced the US to pay $245 million in damage to to the victims of chemical attacks carried out by Saddam Hussein’s troops during the 1980 to 1988 imposed war on Iran, according to the Judiciary spokesman.
Many people in northeastern Iranian city of Bojnourd attended a balloon festival held in memory of Syrian children stranded in the Shiite-majority towns of al-Foua and Kefraya in Idlib province, which are still under the siege of terrorists.
An Iranian lawmaker says more than 90 percent of those sentenced to death for carrying illicit drugs would have the chance to return to life if the new bill passed by the Parliament is signed into law.
Food packs dispatched by Iran have been distributed among Palestinians at al-Aqsa mosque amid tight security measures.
Bahraini human rights advocate, Ebtisam Al-Saegh, who was arrested on July 3 after security forces attacked her house, has gone on hunger strike since Friday night.
Six men who had committed murder in separate cases in Iran have managed to obtain consent from the victims' parents and escaped the gallows.
The Iranian Judiciary has taken dozens of foreign ambassadors residing in Tehran to a tour of Evin Prison to prove that the allegations raised against Iranian prisons are wrong and politically-motivated.
A political commentator has weighed in on the US double standards in reaction to two similar tragic incidents: the USSR’s shoot-down of a Korean airliner, and the US downing of an Iranian passenger plane.
Iran’s foreign ministry has released a statement to mark the 29th anniversary of the downing of an Iranian commercial airliner by a US Navy guided-missile cruiser back in 1988.
Iran has strongly criticized the French government for allowing the terrorist Mujahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO) to hold its annual gathering in Paris.