TEHRAN—Iran’s conservatives won a landslide in the country’s parliamentary elections, strengthening hard-liners opposed to diplomacy with the West. But a record-low turnout dealt a public rebuke to the
Iranian society is physically and politically sick, the youngest son of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, one of the principal architects of the Iranian revolution, has said in a rare interview. Yasser Rafsanjani
Iran’s conservatives are on the brink of a landslide victory in the country’s parliamentary elections as forecasts show them taking more than two-thirds of the seats. The reformists, the largest grouping
Iran’s senior leaders flooded the media with eve-of-poll warnings that abstentions in Friday’s parliamentary elections – either through indifference or as a protest – will only encourage Donald Trump step
The stream of anti-American rhetoric that usually emanates from Ayatollah Ali Khamenei’s Twitter account was interrupted this week for a public-service message, directed at his fellow Iranians: Please
“Tomorrow, the Iranian regime will stage an event euphemistically called elections,” said Brian Hook, the State Department’s special envoy on Iran. “Unfortunately for the Iranian people, the real election
The Iranian foreign minister, Javad Zarif is expected to attend the Munich Security Conference on 14 February. He may skip the event, as he did with the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Davos last month.