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Top MP: Neighbors can rely on Iran’s military might

The parliament speaker has said that Iran’s defensive power is to safeguard the country and the region against foreign military powers.

Will Ahmadinejad stand trial?

Proponents and opponents of former President Ahmadinejad seem to see eye to eye on one matter: his trial in a court of law.

Deputy minister tells colleagues to quit if they can’t manage

Giving an ultimatum to managers, the deputy energy minister warned that if they are not motivated enough to contribute to water management, they’d better step down.

Islamic establishment treats those under house arrest with tolerance

The secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council has said the responsibility to protect people under house arrest lies with the security apparatus.

A new face of the Assembly of Experts

Hamshahri Mah Magazine analyzes Iran’s political landscape one year before the Assembly of Experts elections.

Municipality should not pick up the tab for efforts to undermine the government

A Tehran City councilor says municipality’s public funds shouldn’t be used for political gains.

Ebtekar reacts to firestorm following dust storm

Iran's Environment chief has said that those MPs criticizing her agency for failure to tackle the dust storms are the very ones who eliminated the money allocated to the problem from the budget.

Iranians turn out in force for Feb. 11 rallies (Photos)

Iranians across the country attended Feb. 11 revolutionary rallies, lending support to nuclear negotiators at talks with P5+1.

Iranians rally in their millions to mark Revolution victory

President Rouhani told the crowd in Tehran that the West has no option but interact with Iran which is afraid of neither sanctions nor pressure.

Islamic Revolution has exposed Western double standards: Deputy minister

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.

February reminder of Iranian resolve to transform: Culture chief

In a message Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati vowed to protect the legitimate freedoms of everyone without any discrimination.

Iran’s president urges high turnout in February 11 rallies

The higher turnout in the demonstration, the better the world will get the message of Iran’s “national solidarity,” said President Rouhani.

I want to picture today’s Iran for Americans: US photojournalist

I decided to visit Iran again and be the only female US photojournalist who adds photos of today’s Iran to her old collection of snapshots, said Goodman.

Imam Khomeini turned Iran into a key regional power

An expert with the Al-Ahram Center for Political and Strategic Studies has said by underlining Muslim unity [the late] Imam Khomeini turned Iran into a regional heavyweight.

Ahvaz residents take their satirical war against dust storm to social networks

Residents of Ahvaz, the provincial capital of Khuzestan near the border with Iraq, are reeling after the southwestern city was walloped by a dust storm that prompted officials to order schools and government offices closed.

Labor Minister: We can and must be successful

Iran’s labor minister has said that the efficacy of the Islamic establishment should not be challenged.

Judiciary chief stresses wide public support for Islamic establishment

Iran's Judiciary chief has said that a big turnout in the February 11 rallies will show to the world that Iranians support the Islamic establishment and will never give up their divine goals.

In national security matters, please don’t make noise!

The official news agency rallies behind the moderate approach of the president and his diplomats in interaction with the rest of the world.

Rahimi, a link in the chain of offenses committed by the Ahmadinejad gov’t

An analytical look at widespread violation of rules by executive officials during the presidency of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.

A firsthand account by a veteran journalist

Fereydoon Sedighi, a veteran journalist, takes us back in time to the day the late Imam Khomeini made a historic return to his homeland.

A dreamy look at realities on the ground

Kayhan, a principlist daily, has criticized government’s business performance, saying that removal of sanctions is not a magic bullet to fix Iran’s economy.

Ali Motahari makes critical analysis of revolution

Ali Motahari, representing Tehran in the Islamic Consultative Assembly, said that thanks to reformist tendencies of the government, the media are subject to closures and permit revocations more than before.

Supreme Leader, president pay tribute to late Imam Khomeini

Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei and President Rouhani visited the mausoleum of the late Imam Khomeini to pay tribute to the late founder of the Islamic Republic.

Iran ex-veep hits back at Ahmadinejad following court verdict

A former Iranian vice president has hit back at Mahmoud Ahmadinejad for not supporting him in a corruption case.

Iranians voice outrage at Charlie Hebdo’s Prophet Mohammad cartoon

Tens of thousands of the Iranians have taken to the streets across the country to express their wrath at the recent publication of a sacrilegious cartoon of Prophet Mohammad by the French magazine, Charlie Hebdo.

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