Defense Minister Brigadier General Hossein Dehqan made the remarks on Thursday in response to recent hostile comments by US officials against the Islamic Republic.
The remarks are a significant departure from the position of the former US government, which made any resolution of the Syria crisis conditional on President Assad stepping down.
Israeli military forces attack Palestinian protesters marking the Land Day in the occupied West Bank.
Iraqi government forces recapture several areas in and around the strategic northern city of Mosul from Daesh terrorists.
A top US general in charge of the country's alleged war on terror in the Middle East says the US should use military force against Iran.
The Trump administration is willing to sell $2.7 billion of fighter jets to Bahrain without considering the country’s human rights record.
Clashes break out between Bahraini forces and protesters, who were out on the streets to slam the death and jail sentences given to opposition activists.
Arab League leaders call for the formation of a sovereign Palestinian state based on the 1967 borders.
Tensions erupted late on Wednesday for a third night in a row as hundreds of people continued protesting against police brutality.
A new batch of French military hardware and vehicles arrived in Estonia on Wednesday as part of a declared attempt to counter Russia.
The head of the Congressional EMP Commission and a former CIA director warn that North Korea is capable of killing millions of Americans in a nuclear strike.
South Korean intelligence sources say North Korea may be preparing to conduct a new nuclear test.
David Friedman, a strong proponent of Israel’s illegal settlements in the occupied Palestinian land, has been sworn in as the new US ambassador to Israel.
The United Arab Emirates sentences a dissident professor to 10 years in jail for his online activities.
The Qatari government has not allowed migrant workers to leave the Persian Gulf country and come back their homeland.
The Chicago Blackhawks moved closer to locking up the Central Division title with a 5-1 victory over the Pittsburgh Penguins on Wednesday night.
J.J. Redick scored a season-high 31 points, to help the Los Angeles Clippers beat the Washington Wizards 133-124 on Wednesday night.
Rafael Nadal moved into the Miami Open semifinals with a straight sets victory over American Jack Sock on Wednesday.
Two Palestinian prisoners continue their hunger strikes to protest their administrative detention at Israeli jails.
Iran’s northwestern Aras region is hosting an exclusive art festival. Artists from different parts of Iran have gathered there to take part in a lively art performance which includes painting gigantic eggs.
The World Health Organization says the number of depression at international level has increased nearly 20 percent in the past decade.
The Netherlands' doctors oppose a controversial proposed law that would allow elderly people the right to get professional assistance to end their lives.
According to the study, workplace exposure to very low frequency electromagnetic fields may be linked to a doubling in risk of developing the ALS.
The Iran men’s national soccer team defeats China 1-0 in the third round of the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification tournament.
In this Episode of Press Plus, we will discuss how money and credit control your life.
AIPAC is seen by many as the symbol of America’s full support for a regime which is undeniably a pariah for all nations.
This episode of The Debate discusses British Prime Minister Theresa May's triggering of the Lisbon Treaty’s Article 50 that officially started the country’s two-year process of withdrawing from the European Union.
Republican Congressmen failed to push their bill to repeal former President Barack Obama’s proudest legacy.
The US is funding security operatives in Kenya in what it claims is an effort to combat the spread of terrorism in the country.
This episode is about the budget bill recently approved in the Iranian parliament.