White House: Next US president will maintain Iran nuclear deal
White House Chief of Staff Denis McDonough is confident whoever is elected in 2016 will preserve the nuclear deal between Tehran and six world powers.
Rouhani inaugurates two South Pars phases
Iran brings online two more operations in its biggest gas field, marking the opening of the first such project all carried out by domestic entities in the face of Western sanctions.
Aid heads for Syrian town of Madaya
Dozens of aid trucks headed on Monday to the terrorist-held town of Madaya in coordination with the Syrian government.
Islamabad hosts four-way Afghanistan peace talks
Delegates from Afghanistan, Pakistan, China and the United States held talks on Monday to resurrect a stalled Afghan peace process and end nearly 15 years of bloodshed, even as fighting with Taliban terrorists intensifies.
Tehran welcomes Ottawa move to restore ties
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman, Hossein Jaberi Ansari, on Monday said Tehran was not the one that cut ties with Ottawa, and thus welcomes any move by the new Canadian administration to resume bilateral ties.
US compensation bill advances in Iran parliament
Iranian lawmakers have submitted a bill, demanding compensation from the US after recent measures taken in the United States to appropriate frozen Iranian assets, an MP says.
Beijing calls for restraint between Tehran, Riyadh
A Chinese envoy who visited Saudi Arabia and Iran over the past week has called for both countries to exercise calm and restraint amid an ongoing feud between the two countries, in a rare diplomatic foray into the region by Beijing.