Japan says it relies on crude imports from Iran and seeks to hold talks with the United States about the matter to keep its energy supply steady, amid ongoing attempts by Washington to curtail Iran’s oil sales and punish third countries that buy Iranian crude.
Iran has identified 290 CIA agents across different countries, forcing the US to form a special committee to reassess its cloak-and-dagger operations, Intelligence Minister Mahmoud Alavi says.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan says his country attaches great importance to its ties with Iran, and he will seek closer relations between the two neighbors during his upcoming visit to the Islamic Republic.
Google has blocked Press TV and Hispan TV's access to their official accounts on the technology company's platforms, including YouTube and Gmail, without prior notice, citing “violation of policies”.
Iran celebrates its National Army Day with large-scale military parades across the country, showcasing its latest achievements in the defense sector.
Military forces of Iran and Oman have held joint naval rescue and relief exercises in the waters of Oman as the two neighbors move to build stronger relations.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo is “setting the stage for a war with Iran,” says a Bush-era official, claiming he sees the same pattern that developed ahead of the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has warned of "long-term and immediate repercussions" of the US designation of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) as a terrorist organization, urging global action against Washington’s acts of adventurism.
Tehran and Ankara have voiced opposition to the US sanctions against Iran as well as Washington’s terror blacklisting of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps while reaffirming the need to bolster bilateral ties.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the region would have been facing an unclear fate had it not been for the Iranian Armed Forces’ efforts against Daesh terrorists.