The US Senate on Wednesday unanimously backed a measure censuring Iran for what it said was complicity in the killings of US soldiers in Iraq, intending to send a stern warning to Tehran.
The United States on Wednesday dismissed Iran's claim it has new evidence linked with national security charges against two jailed American-Iranians.
Iran's judiciary banned a moderate news agency on Wednesday, only hours after it had resumed transmission following a week-long suspension, the semi-official Mehr news agency reported.
The deputy head of the UN atomic watchdog held talks in Tehran on Wednesday in a new bid to resolve the standoff over Iran's nuclear drive, but President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad remained defiant despite mounting pressure for more UN sanctions.
South Korea ground out a 1-1 draw in their crucial "group of death" showdown against Saudi Arabia Wednesday as regional powerhouse Iran came from behind to beat Uzbekistan.
Iran survived an early scare to beat Uzbekistan 2-1 on Wednesday and take a big step towards the Asian Cup knock-out stages, but the victory was soured when coach Amir Ghalenoei was sent off.
Iran's judiciary has launched a probe into the judge who ordered the stoning to death of a man convicted of adultery despite a suspension of such executions, the ISNA news agency reported Wednesday.
A team from the U.N. nuclear watchdog led by its second-in-command held talks in Tehran on Wednesday seeking details about Iran's offer to answer unresolved questions about its disputed nuclear program.
Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said Wednesday that the West should not expect his country to suspend uranium enrichment activities, the official Islamic Republic News Agency reported.
A team from the U.N. nuclear watchdog led by its second-in-command arrived in Tehran on Wednesday seeking details about Iran's offer to answer unresolved questions about its disputed nuclear program.