Haleh Sahba was detained and released in Iran after being forced to leave Canada Tuesday, according to her sister.
Iraqi officials know Iran considers the right of Iraqis to determine their own fate a step toward stability and tranquility
in Iraq, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi told state-run radio.
Iraqi officials know Iran considers the right of Iraqis to determine their own fate a step toward stability and tranquility in Iraq, Foreign Ministry spokesman Hamid Reza Asefi told state-run radio.
to exiles and other opponents of Tehran's repressive ...
elections in Iraq. In an interview with the Washington Post, Yawar, a U.S.-educated civil engineer and Sunni Muslim tribal leader, said he was disappointed by political interference from Iran aimed at influencing the outcome of the Iraqi elections.
out attacks at home and abroad, the public prosecutor said
diplomat and an Egyptian national over a plot to assassinate an unidentified public figure.
Egyptian Mahmud Aid Dabbus is accused of being paid
50,000 dollars by Iran's Revolutionary Guards to kill the unnamed target and of spying for the Islamic republic,
charges that carry a possible 25-year prison term.
rights activists say.
in a park in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan, the Kayhan evening newspaper reported. It said the men had
been found guilty of involvement in international narcotics trafficking and attacks on security forces. They were hanged in Zahedan's Laleh Park.
President Mohammad Khatami to mark Student Day at
Students chanted "Shame on you" and "Where are your promised freedoms?" to express their frustration with the failure of Iran's reform movement.
over Hamza to Cairo in October in exchange for information about members of an Iranian exiled group living in Egypt.