This edition of the program looks at the history of US meddling in Iran.
To the world's surprise, America has accused Iran of meddling in its upcoming elections. The US has held Russia accountable for meddling in its elections, alongside China, North Korea and Iran.
Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was brutally murdered and dismembered in Saudi consulate in Istanbul which once again proved the US's double policy in the Middle East.
Iran's parliament approved the four FATF bills proposed by the administration and now it is up to the Guardian Council to decide if Iran will join it.
Irans progress in the field of drone manufacturing is so dramatic that has surprised the world; however, it owes this progress to US sanctions.
The US and its allies in the region, now have turned to social media platforms to help them overthrow the government in Iran.
The Al-Ahwazi terrorist group, which has an office in London, carried out a terrorist attack in the Iranian soil, killing soldiers and civilians in southwestern city of Ahvaz.
On September 8, Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps struck the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party.
This edition of the program is about the United States' withdrawl from the JCPOA.
Iranians say that they will resume their uranium enrichment vigorously and take some other retaliatory actions if the EU cannot compensate for the US withdrawal from JCPOA.
Iran as a water-stressed country, has taken measures to address its water crisis.
Unlike the US and some of the EU countries, Iranian government gives the refugees and immigrants, even the illegal ones, all the services required for a dignified life.
People's Mujahedin of Iran or the MKO which has assassinated thousands of Iranians receives support from the US and its allies in the region.
The MKO terror group, which has assassinated thousands of Iranians, receives support from the US and its allies in the region.
International book fairs hold in Iran every year and also the digitalization of the books have actually paved the way for Iranians to read more.
The US puts pressure and economic sanctions against Iran with the apparent aim of undermining its national defense program.
Now that the US has pulled out of the JCPOA, everything depends on the EU to salvage the Iran deal.
US's president announced the US's back out from the nuclear deal hoping that the world will back his decision.
A May 12 deadline draws near for US President Donald Trump to announce whether his country would keep its side of the multilateral Iran nuclear deal.
Iran's exchange market saw an unprecedented rise in the value of US dollar which affected many variables inside the country.
Almost 40 years into the victory of the Islamic Revolution in 1979, despite all the achievements, the country is still grappling with various problems, especially economic ones.
Ayatollah Khamenei named the Persian calendar year of 1397 the year of support for Iranian products amid the country's economic woes.
Despite all the negativity spread by the western media outlets, foreign tourists who visit Iran fall in love with it on their first visit.
The freedom that the religious minorities enjoy in Iran is unparalleled in the world as the Jews and Christians can practice their religious rituals freely.
Almost 40 years have passed since the day the 2500-year empire in Iran was changed into an Islamic republic following the Islamic Revolution in 1979.
Iran has said if it sees no benefit from the JCPOA because of US antagonist actions, it will leave the deal as well.
Iran is among the few countries in the region which give cheap medical services at best quality.
Statistics indicate that Iran ranks 13th among the most water-stressed countries in 2040.
Despite all the pressure from the West, Iran says it will not stop its missile program under no condition.
In less than 120 days the US's Trump is going to announce its latest decision whether the US will remain committed to the deal or withdraw from it.
This program is about four decades after the Islamic Revolution.
This week’s program is about Iran’s export of technical and engineering services.
This program is about the anniversary of Ayatollah Khamenei's letter to Western youths.
This edition of Iran Today looks at scattered unrest that hit some areas of the country last month.
Iran's capital Tehran hosts the 2nd West Asia Security Conference.
This edition of the show explores the weaknesses and strengths of the planned budget for the next Iranian fiscal year that begins on March 21, 2018.
Hassan Rouhani was elected for the second time as president of Iran with many challenges ahead such as housing market and unemployment; however, he managed to control the inflation rate.
This edition of the program is about political events of 2017, including Iranian and US presidential elections, Daesh terror attacks in Tehran and the US’s violations of the nuclear deal.
This edition of the program is about the Mustafa Prize ceremony in Iran.
This program takes a look at a legal case that has been a bone of contention between Iran and the US for over a year now.
This edition of the program looks at Saudi, US and Israeli military threats against Iran, which are in violation of the international law.
This program is about the Kermanshah earthquake.
This edition of the program looks at Iran-China trade ties, the ups and downs in their economic relations and the areas that need more mutual attention and investment.
This program is about the anniversary of US embassy takeover in 1979.
Iran's mobile phone and social media market is vibrant with some 40 million users.
This edition of the program is about the transportation system in Iran.
This program is about JCPOA threatened by the US.
This edition of the program is about Kurdistan’s referendum.
This edition of the program Iran Today is about Iran's defense capabilities after the Islamic Revolution.
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.