Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 39, who was arrested and jailed in 2016, is accused of spreading propaganda against the Iranian regime.
The European nations urged US President Donald Trump not to pull out of the accord.
The President of the United States pulls out from the accord and has announced the highest level of economic sanctions on the state.
There has been almost a week of protests against the government, some of which have resulted in death
Protests in Iran have led to the deaths of 22 people
The mother is currently serving a five year jail term for allegedly plotting to overthrow government in the country, but she denies the claims
Richard Ratcliffe says he's confident Johnson is doing his best, but stops short of suggesting the Foreign Secretary's intervention will help his wife
The terms of the executive order - which places travel restrictions on eight countries - can be active while challenges to it are processed
The president of Iran's weightlifting federation has said the country has 'talented female athletes'
The Foreign Secretary is expected to discuss the idea of diplomatic protection with Richard Ratcliffe
More than 400 people are known to have died following the 7.3 magnitude earthquake
The Environment Secretary is weathering criticism in the wake of a BBC interview on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
More than 300 people have been killed and thousands injured in the powerful 7.3-magnitude earthquake
Ratcliffe's wife, Nazanin, has been imprisoned in the country on accusations of plotting to overthrow the Iranian regime
Senator Sam Dastyari was called a 'monkey' and 'terrorist' by white supremacist group Patriot Blue
The husband of the woman imprisoned in Iraq spoke to Paul Ross and Carole Malone about her situation and how the Foreign Secretary may have impacted it
The Foreign Secretary suggested Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been training journalists at the time of her arrest, which Iranian TV claims was an admission of guilt
The Foreign Secretary's meetings in Washington come amid ongoing firestorm over comments made about a woman imprisoned in the country
Campaigns director at Amnesty International UK, Kerry Moscogiuri, is calling on the public to encourage to government to work on releasing Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe
Some claim Boris Johnson's comments on Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe could increase her sentence in Iran
Iran's foreign minister Javad Zarif claims Washington is attempting to 'whitewash' the role of US allies
Users in Europe, as well as India and as far as Mozambique, reported they had no service on the messaging system
The corporation claims employees of BBC Persian have endured "collective punishment" at the hands of the Iranian government since 2009
The US President threatened to terminate the agreement if it is not amended satisfactorily
Donald Trump is expected to disavow the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action in a speech on Friday
The protest was led by the husband of one of the women, who was jailed last year
The US President looks poised to attempt to impose wider restrictions on Tehran, despite the country fulfilling its obligations under the deal
The remains were found in a church in Urmia but it was previously thought they'd never be found
The restrictions have morphed from a travel ban imposed by Donald Trump on six majority-Muslim countries this year
The government in Doha is currently embroiled in a diplomatic crisis with five other gulf countries
The nuclear agreement was agreed in July 2015 between Tehran and all of the major powers, ensuring Iran would limit its nuclear programme
The Shiite place of worship in Herat came under attack by two assailants, once of whom detonated a suicide vest
Several countries still punish gay people with fines, prison and even the death penalty
The Washington Post has claimed a false news story created by the UAE on a government website created the current diplomatic crisis
A White House statement has said if a chemical attack takes place in Syria by President Bashar al-Assad, the country will pay a heavy price
The US Secretary of State made clear US policy in relation to Iran was to 'reduce its hegemony' over the Middle East
The Iraqi legislative building came under attack this morning, along with a nearby shrine
The second son of Donald Trump has defended his father's action to strike a Syrian airfield, says it shows he won't be 'pushed around
Russia and Iran have pledged to 'respond with force' if their own 'red lines' are crossed in Syria, but Hamish de Bretton-Gordon believes Vladimir Putin knows his army can't take on America's
Tensions between Russia and the West are rising after the US assault and Boris Johnson cancelled his trip to Moscow
US District Judge Derrick Watson said the evidence the ban was a matter of national security was 'questionable'
The Swedish government has defended its decision to have officials wear headscarves in a trip to Iran, saying they would have broken the law otherwise
Iran's state-run Press TV said the workers were attempting to extinguish fires at the Plasco building in central Tehran when the building went down
The Foreign Secretary claimed there wasn't enough leadership to stop proxy wars in the region
The country has seen a number of high-profile terror attacks from the militant group over the last year.
The baby girl is said to have travelled with a group of migrants from The Jungle camp in Calais, they were discovered at Watford Gap services on Tuesday
Trump believes the nuclear deal signed by Iran and world powers last year poses a direct threat to Israel.
Britons thinking of flying BA to Iran will soon be able to visit a huge theme park