The group killed at least 18 people in attacks on parliament in Tehran and the mausoleum of Ayatollah Khomeini on June 7.
Rouhani has intensified efforts to protect the deal – the biggest achievement of his first term – against Washington’s return to an aggressive Iran policy.
Dozens of Yemenis and Iranians who won the chance to immigrate to the US sued the US State Department on Friday for not processing their visa applications after President Donald Trump’s temporary travel ban was reinstated.
Iran had already said it would complain to the body that oversees the 2015 deal, under which curbed its nuclear programme in return for sanctions relief.
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson also said he and President Trump discuss how to use the international agreement to advance administration policies.
Iran’s former president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, faces sentences on seven verdicts of misusing billions of dollars in government funds while in office, the public prosecutor at Iran’s Supreme Audit Court said.
Iran boycotted the haj last year after hundreds of people, many of them Iranians, died in a crush at the pilgrimage in Saudi Arabia in 2015.
The move came after Iran announced it had successfully tested rocket technology to put satellites into space, which the US claims breaches UNSC resolutions as the technology can be used to develop missiles.
Vladimir Putin, who has repeatedly denied the conclusions of US intelligence agencies that Moscow interfered using cyber warfare methods, has threatened retaliation against the legislation.
Iranian defence minister Hossein Dehghan and his Iraqi counterpart Erfan al-Hiyali signed a memorandum which covered border security, logistics and training.
Iranian defence minister Hossein Dehghan announced the launch of the Sayyad 3 missiles with improved altitude and range, as a response to arms acquisitions by its middle east neighbours.
Iran’s demand came in response to Trump’s threat of “new and serious consequences” if three US citizens detained by Tehran were not freed.
The House is set to vote on sanctions covering Russia, Iran and North Korea under which Trump must submit to Congress a report on proposed actions that would “significantly alter” US foreign policy.
By ramping up the violence and allowing the Saudis to wreak carnage in the Yemen war, the US is essentially repeating the process that birthed ISIS.
Trump seeks to put pressure on Iran while keeping in place an agreement between Tehran and six world powers to curb its nuclear programme.
Tensions have been rising since a Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen’s civil war in 2015, backing government forces fighting Iran-allied Houthi rebels.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani led the bold move by posting a picture of Mirzakhani on Instagram without a hijab a day after her death.
US intelligence learned that top UAE government officials were involved in the hacks, which manipulated Qatar’s social media and news sites to show the emir praising Iran and Hamas.
The seized oil fields lie south of Rasafa and its oil wells, which the army took last month in their first major territorial gains, inside the province.
Under US law, the State Department must notify Congress every 90 days of Iran’s compliance with the so-called Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action.
Seeking to force the Republican hand, Democrats introduced the same legislation which passed the Senate by 98-2 on June 15 but has been stalled ever since.
The United States, Russia and Jordan reached the “de-escalation agreement,” at the G20 summit, ahead of the UN-based peace talks set to open this week.
The Arab countries have demanded Qatar curtail its support for the Muslim Brotherhood, shut down Al Jazeera, close a Turkish military base and downgrade its relations with rival Iran.
“Tehran stands with the Qatari nation and government… We believe that if there is a conflict between regional countries, pressure, threats or sanctions are not the right way to resolve differences.”
The demands include curbing ties with Iran and shutting down the news agency Al Jazeera.
The Supreme Leader criticised the US president’s policies towards Tehran and said his ‘destabilising measures’ will not work.
The claim stands at odds with President Trump’s undiplomatic accusations against the nation even as his own State and Defence departments try to strike a neutral chord.
41 suspects have also been arrested for having ties to the twin attacks that killed 17 in the city of Tehran last week.
Even as Kuwait mediates discussions, the leaders say they will not keep ties with a country supporting Islamist extremism and their arch enemy, Iran.
“No medium is ever “finished.” It is only an artist who can be finished.”
ISIS terrorists entered the Iranian parliament dressed as women and opened fire. Supreme Leader Khameini said these forces will be ‘eliminated soon’.
Trump’s West Asia tour has made the prospect of engagement and dialogue very remote. The region needs a strong dose of statesmanship and good sense for peace prospects to be revived.
Tehran is fostering a start-up industry as a possible motor to solve Iran’s unemployment crisis.
Dariush Shayegan, one of Iran’s prominent philosophers, talks about the direction the Islamic republic has taken, the failure of the Islamic revolution and the rise of Hindutva in India.
UAE’s foreign affairs minister Anwar Gargash, warned against the crisis less than a week after Saudi Arabia and the UAE signalled frustration at Qatar.
The villages taken by the Popular Mobilisation paramilitary force include Kojo, where ISIS fighters abducted hundreds of Yazidi women in 2014
Without protection, Iran’s spectacular American- and Italian-designed mid-century structures will be reduced to dust, beams and concrete blocks.
With a lavish welcome, Saudis convince Trump that Iran – not their own fundamentalism – is a bigger danger for the Middle East
Will President Rouhani, who has spoken up for gender equality, give women a chance in his second term?
In light of the recent arms deal between Saudi Arabia and the US worth over $100 billion, Iran is accusing the US of spreading fear against it throughout the Middle East.