Iran Says It Seized a British Oil Tanker
The incident comes a day after the U.S. said it shot down an Iranian drone.
Iran Says It's Ready to Resume Making Weapons-Grade Uranium
Tehran warns Europe that unless Iran gets relief from U.S. sanctions, it will resume enriching uranium in violation of the nuclear deal.
The Top Five Countries That Executed The Most People In 2018 Are In Asia
China ranked number one.
Iran Slams "Idiotic" U.S. Sanctions, Says White House Is "Afflicted by Mental Retardation"
President Hassan Rouhani made the remarks on live television.
Trump and Iran Are Playing the World’s Scariest Game of Chicken
“The danger is the potential for miscalculation, and it takes just one mistake. You can easily see the tit-for-tat and how it gets out of hand pretty quickly.”
Trump and Israel Team Up to Cool Tensions With Iran
U.S. officials are raising concerns that intelligence about Iran's plans to attack American allies was misinterpreted.
On its Last Legs | Otherworldly Photos of a Dying Lake in Iran
Lake Urmia was once the largest salt lake in the Middle East, but now it is set to vanish altogether
Photographing the Grim Spectacle of Public Executions in Iran
WARNING: Some people may find these images disturbing
This Photo Series Tells a Tender Story of Modern Life In Iran
Sarah Pannell's debut book 'Tabriz to Shiraz' challenges preconceived notions of life in Iran.
China Sentences Canadian Man to Death for Drug Smuggling
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau accused Beijing of "arbitrarily" applying the death penalty amid an escalating rift over the arrest of a Huawei executive.
Immigrants in New Zealand Tell Us the Worst Casual Racism They've Encountered
“Oh, so like do you guys like still have slaves in Egypt? Do you have your own slave?”
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Iranian Women Fight for Right to be Soccer Fans at the World Cup
A group of nine fans have travelled to the World Cup to protest against the rules banning women from stadiums back home during each of Iran’s matches.