‘Kamikaze’ drone attacks were reported 80 km from Kyiv in the city of Bila Tserkva on the night of October 4. The drones are allegedly part of the Iranian-made Shahed series, which Russia has used on the battlefields since September.
Joe Biden issues statement saying he is "gravely concerned" at reports of an "intensifying violent crackdown on peaceful protestors".
Media struggles to paint reliable picture of evolving events amid internet blackouts deployed by officials. Generation Z most prominent in unrest.
Cutting off Instagram has put around 400,000 businesses “at risk of annihilation”, says analyst.
Activists supporting street demonstrations say “there is a belief that something is going to change this time”.
Government will be anxious to avoid any such sentiments from hugely popular Iranian soccer squad preparing for Fifa World Cup in Qatar.
President says unrest will be dealt with “decisively”. Observers say many Iranians have lost their fear of “brutal regime”.
Move comes after Ukrainian military claims to have downed four Iranian-made “kamikaze” unmanned aerial vehicles.
Unrest that started as a demonstration against enforcement of compulsory hijab has become uprising against whole existence of Islamic Republic, say some observers.
Unverified claims of death of boy, 16, from bullet to heart shot by security forces.
Three confirmed killed as angry crowds demonstrate against country’s morality patrols. UN Human Rights Office says it has seen verified videos in which officers slap women in the face and strike them with batons.
Unverified social media claims of large-scale unrest in several cities, with security forces sometimes overwhelmed and members of Basij paramilitary volunteer militia beaten.
Disparate interests of organisation’s member nations meant many major issues of the day could not even be discussed. But there was only one dominant member: China.
Arrival on market of what’s being dubbed “Aya-kola” comes as shock to shoppers in Russia looking for “The Real Thing”.
Chants of ‘Death to the dictator’ heard as Mahsa Amini, allegedly beaten by officers, is laid to rest. Authorities appear to throttle internet.
Most important discussions and agreements at Samarkand gathering likely to concern regional connectivity, and the odd men out are Russia and Belarus.
Government daily, meanwhile, says “winter will bring the West to its senses”, implying Europe, US need nuclear deal relaunch to unlock Iranian energy supplies.
Albanian Prime Minister Edi Rama gave Iranian diplomats 24 hours to leave the country.
Tehran serves reminder that ‘winter is approaching’ and Europe needs Iran’s oil and gas on the market.
One of those condemned by court appeared in a BBC documentary about abuses suffered in Iraq's Kurdistan Region.