Iraq: Protests rage over poor public services, unemployment

Security forces kill one as hundreds rally for better services, job opportunities and end to Iranian interference.

14 Jul 2018 12:21

On third anniversary, survival of Iran nuclear deal in question

Sanctions to hit Iran starting in August after US President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw from the 2015 agreement.

14 Jul 2018 12:21

What's next for Iran oil?

Will Iran's main oil customers stop buying from it as they give in to US pressure?

12 Jul 2018 01:11

Putin to hold separate talks with Netanyahu, Khamenei top adviser

Russian leader's meetings with Israeli prime minister and Iran's Ali Akbar Velayati come ahead of his talks with Trump.

12 Jul 2018 03:11

'I risked everything to dance in Iran'

The BBC's Feranak Amidi describes getting away with partying in Iran despite harsh rules.

11 Jul 2018 06:21

'It's not just dancing - it's protest at arrested teen'

Masih Alinejad, an Iranian journalist now based in the US, on why so many women have sent her videos of themselves dancing.

10 Jul 2018 07:04

Will the world’s oil supply continue to flow out of the Gulf?

The world's oil supply might be at risk if Iran decides to stop all oil exports from the Gulf.

06 Jul 2018 09:08

What's at stake if trading at Strait of Hormuz is disrupted?

Iran hints that it could retaliate against US sanctions by disrupting trade at world's busiest oil transit lane.

06 Jul 2018 09:08

Rouhani says US unaware about consequences of Iran oil ban

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says his country will stand firm against US threats, and will 'survive' sanctions.

05 Jul 2018 07:56

Iran's Syria predicament

There is growing pressure on Iran to withdraw its forces from Syria.

04 Jul 2018 12:27

UAE freezes accounts of nine Iranian individuals and entities

Abu Dhabi placed the nine on its list of 'terrorists' for suspected connections with Iran's elite Revolutionary Guards.

03 Jul 2018 10:52

Is Donald Trump on a relentless quest to corner Iran?

US president accuses OPEC of manipulating oil prices and urges allies to produce more while he reimposes Iran sanctions.

03 Jul 2018 09:01

Anti-government protesters injured in Iran's Khuzestan

At least eleven people have been wounded in two days of clashes between demonstrators and police across the southeast of Iran.

03 Jul 2018 09:01

US aims to reduce Iran's oil revenue to zero

US State Department says Washington's goal is to get as many countries as possible down to zero Iranian oil imports.

03 Jul 2018 09:01

When the US shot down an Iranian airliner

Some 290 people died when a US warship brought down an Iranian airliner over the Persian Gulf.

29 Jun 2018 01:47

Iran: Khamenei urges judiciary to confront those who harm economy

Members of Iran's judiciary say 'economic saboteurs' could face capital punishment, up to 20 years in jail.

28 Jun 2018 06:47

US Supreme Court upholds Trump's travel ban

The ban prevents people from Iran, Libya, Somalia, Syria and Yemen from entering the US.

26 Jun 2018 04:27

Former NATO chief denied entry to US over Iran trips

Javier Solana was denied an electronic visa waiver after visiting Iran for work in 2013.

26 Jun 2018 06:26

World Cup: A night of VAR - what was Match of the Day pundits' verdict?

Match of the Day pundits Pablo Zabaleta, Didier Drogba & Alan Shearer discuss several controversial VAR decisions during Portugal's 1-1 draw with Iran.

26 Jun 2018 06:26

World Cup 2018: Cristiano Ronaldo misses penalty but Portugal progress

Portugal progress to the World Cup knockout stages after drawing with Iran in a game full of VAR controversy.

26 Jun 2018 06:26