Saeed Jalili

Saeed Jalili

Iran

Swarms of butterflies bring colour to Iran's capital

The migration has helped elevate the public mood amid rising tensions between Washington and Tehran.

Swarms of butterflies bring colour to Iran's capital

Iran

Iran floods: Mass evacuations amid warnings of heavy showers

Fresh flooding may affect 400,000 people in southern Iran, officials say, after 70 people were killed by rising waters.

Iran floods: Mass evacuations amid warnings of heavy showers

Middle East

Iran flood: More than a dozen killed in flash flooding

Southern city of Shiraz suffers extensive damage as government urges people to cancel trips amid forecast of more rains.

Iran flood: More than a dozen killed in flash flooding

Middle East

Iran: Rouhani rejects top diplomat Zarif's resignation

Iranian president says resignation of Foreign Minister Javad Zarif would not be in the interest of the country.

Iran: Rouhani rejects top diplomat Zarif's resignation

Iran

Zarif's sudden offer to resign rattles Iran, Rouhani yet to reply

President Rouhani is yet to accept his foreign minister's resignation, a move that could undermine fragile nuclear deal.

Zarif's sudden offer to resign rattles Iran, Rouhani yet to reply

Middle East

Iran marks 40th anniversary of Islamic revolution

President Rouhani leads the rain-soaked commemoration in Tehran and vows to continue the country's missile programme.

Iran marks 40th anniversary of Islamic revolution

Arts & Culture

Iran artist puts spotlight on water shortage through music

Electronic musician Saba Alizadeh hosts shows at dried-up reservoirs to call attention to growing scarcity of water.

Iran artist puts spotlight on water shortage through music

Iran

Telegram shutdown sparks anger in Iran

Court ruling banning popular messaging app met annoyance among its tens of million of users in the country.

Telegram shutdown sparks anger in Iran

Women's Rights

Anger in Iran as 'morality police' scuffle video goes viral

Clip of young woman being beaten by officers during argument over headscarf seen as reflection of recurrent struggle.

Anger in Iran as 'morality police' scuffle video goes viral

Business & Economy

Iran to replace US dollar with euro in financial reports

Amid currency crisis, switch is aimed at circumvent restrictions on accessing US dollar and prevent market instability.

Iran to replace US dollar with euro in financial reports

Iran

Iran scrambles to halt rial's slide amid threat of US sanctions

Iran announces to enforce a 42,000-rial exchange rate after the rial hit an all-time low against the dollar on Monday.

Iran scrambles to halt rial's slide amid threat of US sanctions

Iran

Iran's Ahmadinejad: From populist president to oppositionist

Controversial former president takes on the Supreme Leader and calls for new presidential and parliamentary elections.

Iran's Ahmadinejad: From populist president to oppositionist