Reports that Iran has stopped four British parliamentarians from paying a visit to Tehran are baseless.
Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami underlines openness as a core principle of democracy.
Iran has not breached the terms of the November 2013 interim nuclear deal.
Nuclear talks will focus on the level and capacity of uranium enrichment; Iran will carry on enrichment as it was agreed on by both sides.
Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif says that sanctions against Iran have not produced good results for the imposing countries.
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani hopes Iran and P5+1 could reach an agreement, saying it could solve the outstanding issues.
German Foreign Ministry Spokesman Martin Schaefer highlighted his country’s sheer determination and hope to clinch a final deal with Iran by a November 24 deadline.
Russia says that Iran and the P5+1 are determined to arrive at a final nuclear deal by November 24.
A host of European diplomats have urged Iran and P5+1 to finalize a nuclear deal before November 24.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham, has denounced an attack on Shiite Muslims on Ashura, asking Saudi officials to identify and punish those behind the terrorist attack in the country.
The Iranian foreign minister says that the Islamic Republic seriously follows efforts to work out a final nuclear deal with P5+1.
Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman, Marzieh Afkham, has blasted Israeli closure of the al-Aqsa Mosque, urging regional nations not to remain silent.
A meeting is expected to be held between Iran’s Zarif, US Secretary of State John Kerry and EU’s Ashton in Muscat on November 9-10 to discuss a comprehensive final deal on Iran’s nuclear program.
Supreme Leader’s advisor, Ali Akbar Velayati, defends Iran’s nuclear team amid speculations that they have covertly clinched a final nuclear deal with P5+1.
The Iranian President takes his reaction to parliament's rejection of his choice for science minister to Twitter.
Iran’s foreign ministry official, Abbas Araghchi, says that discriminatory policies are to blame for the spread of extremism and violence [in the world].
The Iranian Foreign Ministry says allegations that the negotiating team has struck a secret deal with P5+1are actionable.
Iran’s deputy foreign minister has said that P5+1 is expected to make a tough decision on Tehran nuclear talks, ruling out the possibility of the extension of nuclear negotiations.
Iranian deputy hits out at a purported Iran-US nuclear agreement which he says crosses the red lines of the Islamic establishment.