Iran's elections take place in June. World leaders, the global community and Iran's people will be skeptically watching.
Drawing parallels to media malpractice during the run-up to the invasion of Iraq, a recent report concludes press coverage of Iran's nuclear program has been similarly distorted and dishonest.
Regardless of what political maneuvering takes place prior to the election, one thing is for sure, economy is the foremost issue for the Iranian electorate.
According to an article on the Guardian Express, Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was arrested and held for seven hours on Monday. Except that there is no evidence for this claim.
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Iran's leader condemns the attacks on the Boston Marathon while also criticizing the drone program of the United States.
Once again, the P5+1 talks with Iran have failed to jumpstart peace. And it's because of the U.S.
An strong earthquake hit nearby an Iranian nuclear facility, but officials say the plant remains unharmed. Still, the event brings up memories of Fukushima.