Washington says the high-resolution satellite will allow Iran to surveil the Israeli and American military bases.
Experts believe Hezbollah's plan to build energy cooperation with Tehran wouldn't resolve Lebanon's energy crisis but help Iran weaken Beirut's pro-Western government.
The vessels departed last month from Iran’s southern port of Bandar Abbas in a mission described by Adm. Habibollah Sayyari, Iran's deputy army chief, as the Iranian navy's longest and most challenging voyage yet.
Attempts to portray the performative elections as otherwise look foolish, and won’t convince the public.
Artin Irannezhad, who police say was 18 months old when he died, drowned along with four family members when their boat sank while trying to cross to Britain from France in October.
If the government stops subsidising many essentials, Lebanon will head towards a new crisis. Could this new low be the spark for a revolution that ushers in a new political system?
Around 75 percent of respondents in a recent survey of Iranians said they would not cast their vote in this month’s presidential election.
A conservative force within Iranian and regional politics, Ali Akbar Mohtashamipour died of the coronavirus aged 74.
Firefighters believe the fire started at a pipeline for liquefied petroleum gas at the facility in Tehran, a senior official of the crisis management team says.
Experts argue that a regimented Iran led by a hardliner president might be more confident in dealing with the West.
Largest ship in Iranian navy catches fire and sinks under unclear circumstances near the port of Jask, local media report.
Many moderate and reformist candidates were disqualified by the country’s Guardian Council, a vetting body dominated by clerics. But public opinion is shifting in favour of a moderate candidate.
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