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Why Ayatollah Ali Khamenei always sours on the elected leaders.
Iran’s state television had been giving incredible amounts of airtime to the American politician most likely to bash Islam. Now I was there to hear Trump speak in person.
The largest group from among the banned nationalities has built a durable community here.
The Washington Post’s Tehran bureau chief, Jason Rezaian, was stuck in an Iranian prison when his wife brought him a bit of news: Muhammad Ali, the boxing great who was revered by the Iranian people, had called for his release.
Negotiations on Iran’s nuclear program would continue until November.
Baseball in Iran attracts a variety of misfits, says the coach of the country’s little-known national team.
The pilot’s reported death marks the first confirmation of Iran’s presence in Iraq amid fighting against extremists.
Unchecked development, subsidized water and bad agricultural practices leave Iran dry.
The move is a response to calls from Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, to increase the country’s population.
Iran's top official quiets speculation of cooperation with the U.S. on Iraq.