The foreign ministers of Iran, France, the UK, Germany, Russia, and China – the remaining signatories to the 2015 nuclear deal officially known as the JCPOA
The open session of Majlis on Tuesday December 1 made history in the seven and half years life of the 11th and 12th government
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif reasserts Iran’s position that its 2015 nuclear deal with world powers is not open to renegotiation and that the U.S. has to observe the agreement and the UN resolution that endorses it.
Police in French city of Lyon fired tear gas as hundreds of 'Yellow Vest' protesters took to the streets on Saturday, despite a ban on demonstrations in the city center.
In its latest report, International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Wedesday announced that Iran’s economy will grow by 3.2 percent in 2021.
A fireman died and 19 people were missing in France and Italy after a storm hit border regions of the two countries.
The caretaker of Industry, Mine and Trade Ministry says industry sector of the country has grown positively 2.5 percent in the first quarter of the year and the country in terms of steel production is now ahead of countries like France and Italy.
French President Emmanuel Macron on Saturday called on Turkey to reopen a "responsible dialogue" on the Eastern Mediterranean.
Recalling France’s massacres in Algeria and Rwanda, the Turkish president said that the French president is in no position to lecture Turkey on “humanity”.
French weekly Charlie Hebdo is a satirical weekly known as a far-rightist which hits the news-stands on Wednesdays in France.