An analytical report evaluates how Foreign Minister Zarif has masterfully acted as a game-changer on both regional and global stage.
A photo gallery featuring President Rouhani welcoming the Turkish president after he arrived in Tehran on April 7.
Iran says that all Israeli parties are accomplices in the regime's crimes against the Palestinians and in the acts of aggression.
In an in-depth interview, Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif talks about nuclear negotiations and how he is holding up.
Iran has exposed the double standards of the West as a result of which hegemonic powers have encountered a conceptual crisis, said a deputy Iranian FM.
The official news agency rallies behind the moderate approach of the president and his diplomats in interaction with the rest of the world.
The Foreign Ministry spokeswomen condemned a deadly terrorist attack in the French capital and said acts of terrorism targeting innocent individuals run counter to the teachings of the Muslim faith.
Seyyed Abbas Araghchi, a deputy Iranian foreign minister, talks about Tehran-Tokyo ties in the wake of the Geneva interim deal.
Nuclear talks will bear fruit only if the Western parties come to the understanding that “unfair sanctions do not amount to a great achievement for them”, Zarif said.
Not only will the Israeli dream of opening an embassy in Tehran never come true, but God willing Iran will open its embassy in Palestine without the presence of Zionists, Boroujerdi said.