This edition of the program is about film industry in Iran.
Despite US pressure, the IAEA issued a report in late August, confirming for the seventh time Iran's compliance with the 2015 nuclear accord.
Iranian pilgrims rejoice as they return to Hajj this year after Riyadh provided the Islamic Republic with guarantees to ensure the safety of its nationals.
The first official session of City Council of Tehran took place on August 23rd with Mohsen Hashemi Rafsanjani, chosen as the chairman of the council.
This edition of the program is about Iran’s efforts to bring on stream the National Information Network.
The US violations of the 2015 nuclear deal have prompted Iranian MPs to give an initial approval to a bill aimed at boosting defense spending.
This edition of the show looks at the achievements and failures of Rouhani’s previous term and the challenges ahead of his new administration.
On July 28th 2017, Donald Trump’s administration imposed fresh sanctions on Iran.
This edition of the program is about Total's deal with Tehran to develop phase 11 of Iran's South Pars gas field.
Found 30 years ago, the Welfare Organization of Iran has been giving to millions of Iranian orphans and people with physical disabilities.
This week’s Iran Today show explores the root causes of dust storms in Iran.
The US Senate in Congress has voted almost unanimously to impose new sanctions against Iran, which is a blatant violation of JCPOA.
This edition of the program is about the International Quds Day.
This program gives details about Tehran's terrorist attacks.
This edition of the program is about Iran’s stance on different regional issues and it talks about Iran’s policy regarding Saudi Arabia’s hostilities on different fronts.
June 4 marked the 28th anniversary of the passing of Imam Khomeini, the founder of the Islamic Revolution.
This program looks at the challenges facing Iran’s 12th administration with re-elected President Hassan Rouhani at its head.
Iranian nation made history once again by turning out en masse in the May 19 twin elections.
The voting procedure and the bodies in charge of holding and supervising the elections are brought under the spotlight on this show.
On Friday May 19, Iranians will head to the polls to choose the members of City and Village Councils as well as their 12th president.
Campaigning for the presidential election in Iran has become more heated these days as the hopefuls are doing their best to garner votes.
This edition of the program is about the Iranian city and village councils elections.
The second round of Iran presidential debates was held on Friday May 5.
This edition of the program is about Iran’s upcoming presidential election.
Less than three weeks are left until Iranians pick their next president.
There are less than three weeks to Iran’s presidential elections and the Guardian Council has already announced the qualified candidates for presidential and city and village councils elections.
On May 19, Iranians will head to the polls once again to decide who will be their next president.
This week's program is about two upcoming elections in Iran.
Iran has made a considerable breakthrough in biotechnology inasmuch as it is able to produce GM foods and Up until 2013 it has produced 18 different kinds of recombinant medicines.
This episode is about the budget bill recently approved in the Iranian parliament.
GM foods have made their ways into Iran; however, like some other countries which have banned the use of these products, Iranian authorities are supporting organic foods against GM ones.
This program is about Syria's six-year resistance against terrorists.
There are less than 3 months to the presidential elections in Iran amid rumors that President Rouhani has lost votes because he has failed to fulfill his promises.
On February 21st, Iran inaugurated the 6th International Conference in Support of the Palestinian Intifada to emphasize its support for the Palestinian nation.
This week’s edition of Iran Today looks at the tragic collapse the Plasco high-rise in Tehran last month.
“The Charter of Citizens’ Rights,” outlined by the administration of Iranian President Hassan Rouhani, is to guarantee freedom of speech, protests, fair trials, and privacy.
Thirty eight years have passed since the people of Iran took to the streets and brought about the Islamic Revolution of 1979.
Imam Khomeini, the leader of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution, was an influential political figure who brought about a sea change to the world.
This edition of Iran Today looks at Iran's upcoming presidential and city and village councils elections.
On Sunday, January 8, the news broke that Iran’s Ayatollah Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani had died of a heart attack.
The 2016 Intl. Elecomp Exhibition in Tehran provided proof of the major growth in Information Technology in Iran.
From new startups to discovering renewable energies and robotic techs, Iran has been one of the leading countries and 2016 was not an exception.
Among the highlights of politics in 2016 were a US-Iran naval incident, the implementation of the JCPOA, and Iranian parliamentary elections.
The US Congress earlier extended the so-called Iran Sanctions Act (ISA) for another 10 years. The extension is considered by many Iranians as a violation of the JCPOA.
Unity Week, designated by Imam Khomeini, is commemorated among Muslims every year as a time of unity between the world’s Shias and Sunnis.
Organ donations by the bereft of brain-dead patients have seen an outstanding rise in during the recent years.
Iran’s transit potentials have been limited due to sanctions. However, in the post-sanctions era, Iran has made attempts to tap its potentials in this area.
What implications will the election of Donald Trump have for world politics?
Despite all the obstructions by the US, Iran has managed to make significant breakthroughs in the aerospace industry since the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
President Rouhani reshuffles his cabinet eight months ahead of Iranian presidential elections.
On November 4, 1979, two weeks after Shah had been allowed to enter the United States, a group of students took over the US embassy in Iran.
This year, it has embarked on an online census for the first time, expecting to set a record of 30%.
Iran is turning to renewable energy forms in order to avoid the side effects of generating power in traditional ways.
Shia Muslims venerate Imam Hussein in religious ceremonies marking his martyrdom anniversary on the Day of Ashura.
Family is of paramount importance in Islam and Islamic states. There are numerous Islamic teachings regarding the rearing of children and the appropriate behavior toward wives.
Saudi Arabia has made a lot of attempts to push Iran to the corner and remove it from regional equations, while giving financial support to terrorists.
Following a rapid growth of internet use in Iran, people started to trust online shops, slowly though, inasmuch as nearly 95% of orders in the country are online.
Riyadh failed to guarantee the security of Iranian pilgrims during this year’s Hajj, hindering their participation in the rituals.
Iran's new oil contracts have presented foreign investors with enticing conditions; however, there are many voices of criticism who are asking for amendments in the contracts.
On the occasion of the Iranian Govt. Week, this program examines the Rouhani administration's achievements in tackling foreign and domestic economic woes.
Iran has made major breakthroughs in many scientific areas such as nano-technology, biotechnology, stem cell, genetic engineering, aerospace sciences and medicine.
Official figures show Iranian exports have risen following the implementation of a nuclear deal struck between Iran and six world powers.
Small-scale enterprises make up the major part of every advanced economy in the world, and Iran, likewise, has embarked on supporting them.
After three years of stagnation in Iran’s housing market, it is picking up; though slowly.
The MKO terrorist organization who had a record of assassinating around 12000 high ranking Iranian officials is supported by Saudi Arabia.
In the US State Department's so-called annual report on terrorism, Iran sits atop as a supporter of terrorism because of backing Hezbollah.
Iranian plateau is replete cultural heritage and historical monuments. These architectural remnants date back somewhere between an average 200 years.
Watch a report on the extent to which both sides of the Iranian nuclear deal have actually managed to fulfill their own set of obligations.
Iranians are a people sitting atop underground resources from petroleum to minerals. Mines come in a close second after gas and oil in Iran.
In early 1979 Iranians finally ceased the 25 centuries of monarchic rule and instituted a novel manner of governance instead; a democracy predicated on religion.
Following the tragic human crush that happened during Hajj rituals, Saudi Arabia resorted to certain pretexts to block Iranians from this year’s Hajj.
Recently there's been a cloud of doubt hovering over the true application of Islamic principles and precepts in Iran's banking sector.
The US Supreme Court has issued a verdict that Iran must pay $2 b to relatives of Americans killed in Lebanon and Saudi Arabia.
International Competitions on the Holy Qur'an is annually held in Iran and bring together many non-Muslim European and Asian nations.
In the post-JCPOA era Iran is increasingly feeling the need to tap into other markets other than western markets, in a bid to develop its industries.
On April 29, Iranians went to the polls in the second of parliamentary elections to determine the fate of 68 undecided seats in the legislative chamber.
Saudi Arabia used its financial leverage over a number of OIC member states to make sure the summit condemns Iran and Hezbollah.
Since Iran is a gas and oil superpower, it has an enormous potential in the plastics industry to be tapped.
A review on what Iran and P5+1 countries agreed and their obligations.
Following the lifting of the sanctions, Iran’s untapped potential for investment is now open to foreign investment.
Robotics was first introduced in Iran less than 30 years ago but since then Iran has made considerable progress in this area.
Iran is a country with high potential in tourism industry and since the JCPOA it’s geared up to make its mark in the industry.
This edition of Iran Today addresses Iran’s stock market and the investment opportunities it provides.
The international World Trade Organization governs trade among countries. Iran applied for WTO membership in 1996 but has faced US opposition.
On February 26, 2016 millions of Iranians went to the ballot boxes to elect their candidates for the country’s parliament and the Assembly of Experts.
The Iranian people will cast ballots on Friday to elect the 5th Experts Assembly and the 10th parliament.
Life is based on energy and this energy comes from the burning of fossil fuels which, as a result, causes global warming.
On February 11, 1979, the Iranian monarchy was overthrown after months of public unrest.
One great way to deal with bumper to bumper traffic is the fast expanding subway system in Tehran and some other megacities.
On February 26, Iranians will elect 88 jurisprudential experts out of more than 800 prospective candidates for the 5th Assembly of Experts.
Officials from Iran and the P5+1 met Saturday evening, January 16, 2016 and told the world deal was now in effect.