Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst, says President Rouhani has made good on part of his campaign-trail promises, but he is not to blame for the unfulfilled parts since he is not the only decision maker.
President Rouhani reiterated that his administration will continue to safeguard the rights of the Iranian nation and the national interests and is not afraid of facing criticism.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry slammed the US police’s mistreatment of minorities and the people of color and the implicit support of the country's judicial system for racial segregation and violence against them.
While America has admitted to the positive role of Iran in the fight against IS, the question is why US allies unfairly take a swipe at Iran, Mousavian said.
An Iranian MP says that the British embassy is likely to reopen by March 2015 amid ifs and buts surrounding the shaky relations between Tehran and London.
“Iran has carried out no airstrikes either directly or in collaboration with others [against ISIL] because it regards this course [of action] as wrong,” said the parliament speaker.
The Iranian president says that development of ties with neighbors is a top priority of Iran’s foreign policy, adding Tehran is keen to have expanded relations with Turkmenistan and Kazakhstan.
The Yemeni chargé d'affaires in Tehran has been summoned to Iran's Foreign Ministry following a car bomb attack which targeted the residence of the Iranian ambassador to Sana’a.
A look into an acid attack in the capital during which a physician used acid to vent his pent-up anger at a colleague.
President Hassan Rouhani says that the entire region will benefit from the Iran-Turkmenistan-Kazakhstan railway, adding it marks a new beginning for better interaction among regional nations.