Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 20 Irans Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Hashemi Shahroudi ordered a ban on prison leave for enemies of the Islamic Republic, including political prisoners and trouble-makers, a semi-official daily reported on Thursday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 20 Irans Foreign Minister raised the stakes in the escalating war of words between his government and Britain on Thursday by claiming that Tehran possessed evidence proving that London was behind last weeks twin bombings in the south-western Iranian city of Ahwaz.
AFP: Iran's Islamic regime has slapped a ban on foreign films deemed to be "feminist", "secular" or pro-American, with hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad also pushing his vision of a Koranic society.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 19 United States President George W. Bush has become terrified of Irans divisions of suicide bombers, according to Irans chief nuclear negotiator who was quoted by a hard-line Iranian weekly on Wednesday.
AP: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice on Wednesday refused to rule out U.S. troops still serving in Iraq in 10 years or the possibility that the United States could use military force against neighboring Syria and Iran.
Iran Focus: London, Oct. 19 An Iranian-backed militia group which has penetrated key positions in the Iraqi Interior Ministry has been ordered to assassinate Iraqi Sunni Muslim activists, Iraqi media reported.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 18 Irans Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said in a blistering attack on the corrupt global powers that the Islamic Republic of Iran was on a historical mission to challenge the domination of the corrupt financial and political powers on the international scene, state-owned dailies reported on Tuesday.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Oct. 18 Irans para-military police, the State Security Forces (SSF), have been given unlimited powers to raid and search premises in the north-eastern province of Khorrasan Shomali, the chief prosecutor of the town of Bojnourd announced.
Reuters: Iran's leading hardline newspapers on Tuesday called on the government to cut diplomatic ties with Britain after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad accused London of being behind deadly weekend bombings in southern Iran.