Mahmoud Ahmadinejad

An Iranian student and political activist, Maryam Shafipour, has been sentenced to seven years imprisonment by the "judge
Iran's newly-elected president Hassan Rouhani has signalled he is ready to talk to both Britain and the US to "remove the
Iran's most moderate presidential candidate, the cleric Hassan Rouhani, looks set to win simple majority as votes are counted
Today the Iranian people go to the polls for the first time since 2009's controversial reelection of President Ahmadinejad... Unfortunately, with hundreds of candidates disqualified and all the current Presidential hopefuls part of the ruling establishment and links with Ayatollah Khamenei, it is unlikely that there will be any reforms.
What's next for Ahmadinejad? With his villainous charm and strident views, the former Iranian leader is bound to have a raft
His wild rants to the United Nations and capture of "invading" British sailors might be how President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad
He's called UN sanctions against Iran "annoying flies, like a used tissue" and George Bush "a wicked man" but the Middle
Everything must come to an end. The departure of Iran's President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad marks the culmination of an era of
Hassan Rowhani, one of the candidates in Iran's presidential elections set for Friday 14 June, is not the first politician of recent times to have his academic credentials questioned. According to an article in the Daily Telegraph, despite Mr Rowhani revising his official biography there are still queries over the timing of his studies, especially in the light of his political career.
If there was ever any doubt that the Iranian regime of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei was on its last legs, his government
As Iran's Presidential elections approach, the fundamentalist regime finds itself in its most difficult dilemma since its
Never one to shy away from causing controversy abroad, Iranian president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is causing a few ripples closer
Hugo Chavez, the once indefatigable leader of Venezuela, died pleading with his Cuban doctors saying: "I don't want to die
Poor David Cameron. He took a shoeing for joining Twitter and now his personal Facebook profile has amassed a single, lousy
Iran-Israel tensions have reached a shocking climax, with Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and Benjamin Netanyahu battling it out mano
In one very bloody seven month period, from August 1988 to February 1989, at least 4,500 people, some of them teenagers, were executed, according to Amnesty International. This works out at an average execution rate of one person almost every hour for over 200 days.
Once again, the European Parliament is planning to send a delegation to Tehran. The trip, scheduled for the end of this month
After nearly two decades, the PMOI (People's Mojahedin Organisation of Iran) is delisted from the State Department's list of terror organizations, by the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Upon hearing this news, large waves of celebration could be seen across different cities from Washington DC to New York and Toronto and from Paris to London and Oslo.
Riot police used teargas to disperse hundreds of angry demonstrators in Tehran, chanting anti-government slogans after the
Iran's top news agency Fars has issued an apology after running a story lifted from satirical website The Onion - unaware