The bank will also face restrictions on its Hong Kong and UAE businesses.
Maryam Mirzakhani is also the first Iranian to earn the coveted Fields Award.
The cause of the crash has not yet been determined.
U.S. officials have previously insisted that tension between the U.S. and Russia would not affect the effort to curb Iran’s nuclear program.
Black Hand’s stenciling is popping up around Tehran and raising eyebrows.
Iran has detained three journalists — two of them U.S. citizens — without charge since July 22.
Sherman doesn’t promise everything will be done by November.
No word yet why Iranian officials detained four journalists — among them three U.S. citizens — in Tehran on Tuesday.
Marzieh Rasouli was sentenced Tuesday to 50 lashes and two years in prison for allegedly spreading anti-government propaganda.
Majid Tavakoli Street at the U.N.?
Bosnia defeats Iran 3-1 in its last group stage match. The World Cup is over for both teams. Argentina and Nigeria will advance from Group F.
Iran’s official IRNA news agency said police arrested two people who appeared singing and dancing in a World Cup music video that went viral on YouTube.
Iranian president denounces ISIS fighters as “killers and terrorists,” and promises to protect Iraq’s Shiite shrines.
Hassan Rouhani cut a forlorn figure when he posted a picture on Twitter of him watching the World Cup match between Iran and Nigeria. Much like the game, which ended 0-0, he doesn’t look terribly excited.
Garbled messages from the right as everyone figures out their position on working with Iran.
U.S. and Iranian officials to meet as early as Monday to discuss a coordinated response to the deteriorating security situation in Iraq.
Add If You Could Be Mine to the top of your to-read pile this summer. Sara Farizan is setting the stage for a new kind of YA novel.
Lions, and tigers, and bears… Olé!
The rare wind and dust storm left five dead and around 30 injured.
Puppets shake it despite fear of arrest.
The latest episode in Iran vs. the Internet.
A court ruling banned it — but Iranians are still instagramming strong.
A lesson in why you shouldn’t make karaoke selfies while driving.
The terms of their release remain unclear.
The video reportedly got 30,000 views in four days before being taken down.
Is this a sign of a Twitter thaw in Iran — or just practical pre-World Cup procedure?
No wonder people were worried — Iran’s censor had said the messaging app had been banned because the owner Mark Zuckerberg was an “American Zionist.”
This is what the rest of the world eats when intoxicated?! We need to step up our game.