As Iran’s third oil tanker sails into the Venezuelan waters to deliver its much-needed gasoline cargo, the Iranian envoy to the South American country dismisses the claims that Tehran has received nine tonnes of gold from Caracas in exchange for the fuel.
A military advisor to Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution says the US has created good targets within reach of Iran by deploying forces to the Middle East region.
Saudi Arabia's Al-Hadath TV has claimed in an anti-Iran move that the Lebanese people had been chanting slogans against the Islamic Republic of Iran, but facts on the ground reveal it’s just another piece of fake news.
Baghdad has suspended Saudi state-owned broadcasters Al-Hadath TV and Al Arabiya over their misguiding coverage of recent protests in Iraq.
Iran’s foreign minister says Tehran is prepared to come to the negotiating table with Riyadh if Saudi Arabia changes its policy.
Iran says will definitely go beyond the 20-percent uranium enrichment limit it had committed itself to under the 2015 nuclear deal in case the European Union fails to meet Iran’s demands before the 60-day deadline.
Iran’s parliament speaker has criticised the US arrest of the Iran-based journalist Marzieh Hashemi, describing it as yet another proof that Washington does not hold real respect for human rights and sees it a tool for pressurising independent states.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has expressed hope that the UN would be able to play its key role in establishing peace in Yemen while remaining unaffected by different pressures.
Around 1,000 freedom-seeking Bahraini women are behind bars in the Al-Khalifa regime’s prisons, the country’s main opposition party announced.
Saudi media have launched a blame game in order to exonerate the Saudi government from accusations of involvement in the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in the Arab kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul, Turkey.