The managing editor of leading conservative newspaper Kayhan has reviewed the course of Iran’s nuclear talks with world powers, and highlighted the numerous mistakes made by Rouhani’s government and his nuclear team.
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday, December 3, and picked headlines from 31 of them. The majority of headlines today were focused on the US Senate’s extension of anti-Iran sanctions.
The shrinking Lake Urmia in northwestern Iran has become a subject of geography book in Australian high schools to discuss the issue of water transfer and its harmful consequences.
Iran’s employment of Chinese contractors, rather than Western firms, for the development of its joint oilfields has been criticized by energy experts, particularly now that Iraq has speeded up its output from the oilfields it shares with Iran.
Why did Iranians keep following up the results of US elections and Trump’s victory while the election of a Democrat or Republican has never been so much important for ordinary people? Here are ten reasons for such sensitivity.
The outspoken vice-speaker of Iran’s Parliament believes that Tehran should not be worried about allowing the European Union to open an office in Iran, and even should welcome the criticisms of its human rights conditions.
Iranian Parliament members have sharply criticized Turkish President Erdogan’s claim on Mosul and Aleppo with regard to the current crisis in Iraq and Syria.
The last Iranian ambassador to Saudi Arabia in an interview has discussed the root causes of Tehran-Riyadh conflicts and the necessity for improving bilateral relations.
Mohammad Masjed-Jamei, who once was Iran's Ambassador to Rabat, believes that the reopening of Moroccan embassy in Iran indicates the country’s willingness to keep its distance from Saudi Arabia because of its adverse condition in the region.
A retired American General says the ongoing operation to retake the ISIS-held Iraqi city of Mosul will lead to Iran’s victory.