After denying the Holocaust again last week, Iran's president threatened to cut off the hands of any aggressors. Recent defiant rhetoric may indicate Tehran is worried about looming international talks on its nuclear program.
Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's comments coincide with report that IAEA withheld evidence about Iran's nuclear weapon capabilities
The Venezuelan leader gave Libyan strongman Muammar Qaddafi a warm hug yesterday during his 11-day tour to Russia, Belarus, Syria, Algeria, Libya, and Iran.
Top opposition candidates, including defeated presidential candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi, are among those who may be targeted.
Some 1,000 riot police at the inauguration hall held back protesters – whom Iran's Supreme Leader called 'angry and wounded.'
After stamping out election protests, Iran may see its "resistance" brand weaken. The first big test: The Non-Aligned Movement summit, which opens Wednesday in Egypt.
Hopes dimmed for a thaw in US-Iran relations as the Iranian president criticized his American counterpart Barack Obama for echoing Bush rhetoric.
The president's ties to military and security forces, as well as his hardline foreign policy, are among the factors cited for his support from the country's supreme leader.
The incumbent president will be easier to isolate than reformist leader Mr. Mousavi, say some leading Israeli policymakers.
Chávez has announced his support for the Iranian president's claim of election victory. The two leaders have developed close ties based on mutual animosity to the US.
Street clashes between security forces and supporters of challenger Mousavi picked up after dark on Sunday after President Ahmadinejad addressed thousands of his supporters in Tehran.
His challenger, Mir Hossein Mousavi, is claiming irregularities. Police moved quickly to quell small protests.
Voters flocked to the polls to weigh in on the country's faltering economy and aggressive foreign policy.
Supporters of challenger Mir Hossein Mousavi clash with riot police and Hizbullah vigilantes.
Days before June 12 vote, Mir Hossein Mousavi gets 'savoir's' welcome in a former presidential stronghold
More than 40 European diplomats walked out in protest over the Iranian leader's speech, in which he called Israelis "the racist perpetrators of genocide."
But despite their leader's message to Obama, Iranians at Tuesday's 30th anniversary rally continued to chant 'Death to America.'
The Iranian leader's appearance at an interfaith meal, expected Thursday, divides the faith community.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad met with key Iraqi leaders and offered the country a $1 billion loan as he began a two-day visit Sunday.