Border guards arrested three terrorists bent on launching suicide attacks on religious congregations in the capital.
The Islamic Republic of Iran is the fourth missile power in the world, says the country’s defense minister.
The police chief said the launch of an anti-theft center has seen the number of thefts drop dramatically across the nation.
Iran’s Army plans to practice fighting against terrorism in an upcoming large-scale exercise, a senior army officer says.
Deterrence is the most important feature of Iran's missiles and in order to strengthen its defense capability, Iran does not need to obtain permission from anybody, said Velayati.
Among other things, the new drones are capable of real-time transfer of images.
Intelligence Minister Seyyed Mahmoud Alavi says the onus to respect people’s rights is on those who are in charge of ensuring security in the country.
Sistan provincial police chief said recruitment of Baluchi, Sunni locals is on the agenda of the law enforcement force.
Like the nuclear technology, Iran's missile industry is in pursuit of peaceful purposes, said Iran’s Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council.
The Iranian Navy should overcome its shortcomings and develop strategies to deal with enemy threats, urged the Supreme Leader.