Iran’s leaders say nuclear weapons are forbidden by Islamic law. What I’ve seen suggests otherwise.
In the wake of its disputed election, Iran faces diminished support from some friends and hardening opposition among foes.
Iran braces for showdown on Nov. 4 anniversary, during which antigovernment protesters plan to take to the streets for the first time in six weeks.
A senior cleric called Friday for British Embassy employees to be tried for allegedly inciting mass protests. The move signals a heightened effort to portray recent unrest as a foreign plot.
Iran's supreme leader ordered the Guardian Council to investigate the candidate's claims of electoral fraud. But the council is headed by a cleric cut from the same cloth as President Ahmadinejad.
Thousands of protesters are calling for the release of journalist Mundtadhar al-Zeidi.