Iran Says it has Killed Mastermind of Deadly Attack on Parade
Iran's Revolutionary Guards said on Tuesday they had killed the "mastermind" behind an attack on a military parade in the Iranian city of Ahvaz last month which left 25 people dead, nearly half of them members of the Guards.
US Deputy Secretary of State Arrives in Manama to Discuss Fighting Terrorism and Iranian Influence
Deputy Secretary of State John Sullivan will arrive in Manama, Bahrain on October 13. The Deputy Secretary will meet during his 2-day visit with senior officials to discuss critical regional and bilateral issues, including counter-terrorism cooperation and countering the Iranian regime's malign influence.
India yet to Work out Payment Mechanism for Iran Oil Imports, Government Official Tells CNBC TV18
India has not yet worked out a payment mechanism for continued purchase of Iranian oil, a finance ministry official told CNBC TV18 news channel.
U.S. Investigating Possible StanChart Iran Breaches after 2012 Deal: CEO
U.S. authorities are investigating whether Standard Chartered breached Iran-related compliance rules as recently as 2013, a year after it settled with them over earlier allegations of breaches and pledged to improve internal controls.
U.S. Rejects Iran's Legal Claim to Recover $1.75 Billion in Frozen Assets
The United States on Monday asked judges at the International Court of Justice to throw out a claim by Iran to recover $1.75 billion (1.5 billion euros) in national bank assets seized by U.S. courts.
King's Adviser Contradicts Interior Ministry’s Narrative: Iranians Entered Bahrain with Valid Passports after Paying Bribes
Bahrain's King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifa's media affairs advisor Nabeel Al-Hamer revealed that a number of Iranians entered Bahrain with valid not forged passports.
Bahrain Accuses Iran of Funding Individuals to Write Political Slogans on Walls
Bahrain accused on (September 25, 2018) Iran of standing behind protestors who wrote the King’s name on streets of a village located on south west of Manama.
Al-Wefaq Condemns Terrorist Act in Ahvaz, Expresses Solidarity with Victims
The Al-Wefaq National Islamic Society condemned the terrorist act that took place in Ahvaz province in the Islamic Republic of Iran and led to the death of dozens of innocent Iranian people.
Spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry: No Evidence on Entry of 14 Iranians to Bahrain with Fake Passports
Spokesman for Iran's Foreign Ministry Bahram Qassemi dismissed Bahraini security agency's claims that it had arrested 14 Iranian nationals for illegal entry with fake passports, Fars News Agency reported.
Iran President Asks Europe for Guarantees on Banking Channels and Oil Sales
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani on Monday urged the remaining signatories to its 2015 nuclear agreement to act to save the pact, although France’s leader called again for broader talks on Tehran’s missile program and its role in the Middle East region.
Washington Criticizes European aid Package for Iran
A European Union aid plan for Iran sends "the wrong message at the wrong time" to the government in Tehran, the US State Department said Friday.
Saudi Arabia Frees 3 Iranian Fishermen following Negotiations between 2 Countries
Saudi Arabia has freed three Iranian fishermen detained by the kingdom’s coastguard last year, Iran’s state news agency IRNA quoted an Iranian official as saying on Tuesday, following negotiations between the two regional rivals.
Zarif: Iran Seeks Restoring Relations with Saudi Arabia, UAE, Bahrain
The Iranian Foreign Minister, Mohammad Javad Zarif, said his country wants to restore relations with Saudi Arabia, the UAE and Bahrain.
Iraq Caught in Crossfire of US Sanctions on Iran
Caught in the crossfire between its key allies Tehran and Washington, Iraq's economy could suffer the heaviest collateral damage from the US reimposing sanctions against Iran.
Germany Warns US Sanctions on Iran Could Cause ‘Chaos’
German Foreign Minister Heiko Maas warned Wednesday that US President Donald Trump’s decision to reimpose sanctions on Iran could further destabilise the Middle East and boost radical forces in the region.
Iraq Opposes U.S. Sanctions on Iran but will Abide by them: PM
Iraq does not agree with U.S. sanctions against Iran but will abide by them to protect its own interests, Prime Minister Haider Al-Abadi said on Tuesday.
Iran, US Trade Barbs ahead of Renewed Sanctions on Tehran
The first salvo of sweeping US sanctions against Iran will be reimposed later Tuesday as the two countries traded fresh accusations and Tehran dismissed Donald Trump's offer of talks on a new nuclear deal.
US will “Enforce the Sanctions” against Iran: Pompeo
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo vowed Sunday that the United States would "enforce the sanctions" it is reimposing against Iran after President Donald Trump pulled out of the 2015 nuclear pact.
Iran Expects US Sanctions Tomorrow, Rouhani Delivers Speech for Nation
Iran said the United States was "isolated" in its hostility to the Islamic republic on Monday, as it braced for the return of sanctions against a backdrop of political turmoil inside the country.
Israel Warns Iran of Military Response if it Closed Key Red Sea Strait
Israel would deploy its military if Iran were to try to block the Bab al-Mandeb strait that links the Red Sea to the Gulf of Aden, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday.