Monday was the deadline for a nuclear agreement with Iran, but instead of a deal there was a new extension. Secretary of State John Kerry and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani praised the progress so far, but some leading Republican senators…
By PBS NewsHour
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said Friday that the government of Tehran is doing its “best” to handle the detention of Washington Post correspondent Jason Rezaian, who was arrested with his wife on undisclosed charges in July.
U.S. efforts to garner regional support for fighting Islamic State militants, including an all-out effort this week by Secretary of State John Kerry, has hit a roadblock in Iran. It’s partly because the leadership isn’t convinced the U.S. government “was…
By Associated Press
For years, Iran has been an archenemy of the United States. Now, with alliances blurred in the Mideast, the two countries are talking about how to stop an offensive in Iraq by al-Qaida-inspired insurgents.
By Diane Jeanty
A southern Iranian court has summoned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg after opening a case over complaints of privacy violations regarding social media applications WhatsApp and Instagram.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani announced his plans for a new health insurance program that would provide universal coverage on Wednesday.
The U.S Constitution requires the president to "give to Congress information of the State of the Union." But what would such a speech look like in nations where there is no such requirement, if the government was in disarray, or…
By Larisa Epatko
The year 2013 had many defining moments. The Roman Catholic Church ushered in a new pope, the number of Syrian refugees crossed the 2 million mark, and the Philippines endured the thrashing of a super typhoon. Which world event --…
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