1 hr ago | World-Grain
On Saturday, a number of Iranian MPs criticized the government for buying wheat from farmers at a low price, saying it has encouraged Iraqi merchants to buy wheat from Iranian farmers at a higher price, "Now, Iraqi dealers are buying wheat produced in the country at a price of 1200 tomans ," three MPs said in separate messages to the president and ... (more)
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Ma'an quotes Gazan official as saying tunnel issue resolved by balancing Egypt's security needs with Gaza's humanitarian needs.
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Iran's state TV says overseers of next month's presidential election have rejected a top aide of outgoing President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and a former president who revived hopes of reformers.
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TEHRAN The transfer of funds for refugees living in Iran has been disrupted by the sanctions imposed on the country, Bernard Doyle, the representative of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees in Iran, said in Tehran on Monday.
Iran's electoral watchdog said on Monday it would bar physically feeble candidates from running for president, in an apparent hint that it could disqualify 78-year-old former President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani from the race.
Iranian men register their candidacy for the June presidential election at the Interior Ministry in Tehran earlier this month.
The U.S. is trying to stop the gold rush to Iran in a bid to undermine the Islamic Republic's plummeting currency, but critics say the move is more likely to hurt ordinary citizens than the rogue regime's leadership.
At the crack of dawn on Sunday morning, Iran hanged two Iranian men for allegedly being agent spies of the U.S. CIA and the .
Iranians use computers at a cybercafe in the center of the Iranian capital Tehran on May 14, 2013.
The Supreme Court is taking a new case on the intersection of religion and government in a dispute over prayers used to open meetings in an upstate New York town.
"I will vote," says Arash, a university student who has just turned 18. "I don't know any of the real candidates yet but I will vote, because I can.
Outgoing Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and his close ally and would-be successor Esfiandiar Mashaei greet supporters after registering Mashaei's candidacy for the presidential election on June 14.
A senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guard has warned that his forces will be on watch for possible unrest after next month's presidential election, calling the outcome "unpredictable" and sending the strongest message yet against any attempts to revive street protests, media reported on Sunday.
The news agency did not provide additional information about the men or identify the location where the executions were carried out.