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Forbidden by the ruling clerics from dancing in public, women devise new format of protest as activists look to bring anti-regime protests back to the boil.
Those poisoned smell something like tangerine or rotten fish before falling ill.
Cornelius Adebahr point to signs of power struggle within Tehran’s elite. Several insiders have in recent weeks argued in favour of more substantial reforms to address protesters’ grievances.
Move appears to be response to arrest by Iranian regime of seven people with links to UK amid anti-government protests.
Israeli security source, meanwhile, says the “deep change Iran is undergoing will not necessarily result in a revolution and regime change”, but is “real”.
It has brought nothing but suffering, she says, condemning the Iranian regime’s bloody crackdown on anti-government protesters.
Senior European diplomats quoted as saying country’s leadership is at irreversible turning point as they have “lost contact” with the Iranian people.
The late-night edit by an unknown actor is the latest tussle in a battle of wills between those who support the current Islamic regime and those who look back to the Pahlavi monarchy.
Ahead of Wales World Cup match, focus is again on whether Iranian players will sing national anthem.
In Qatar, soccer players bravely stand silent during anthem. Back in Iran, regime may be preparing a death penalty climate of fear.
As Iranians prepare to take on England in FIFA World Cup, authorities will be nervous about any signs of solidarity with protests shown by players.
Human rights group warns mass executions could be ahead unless international community raises the political cost of the regime’s actions.
French president Macron steps up pressure, saying "grandchildren of the revolution are carrying out a revolution and are devouring it."
On same day, Tehran, angered by media coverage of unrest, designates as “terrorist” Iran International, a London-based news broadcaster seen as having ties to Riyadh.
Islamic Republic's latest troubles have set off another phase of currency depreciation.
Images spark debate over double standards in country riven by protests sparked by police custody death of woman said to have breached Islamic dress code.
Eighty-five year-old genetics researcher Dariush Farhoud among prominent people snatched by security forces.
Ukraine, meanwhile, makes case that Fifa should expel the Iranian football team from the upcoming Qatar world cup finals.
Former communications minister warns stock market value of Iranian telecom sector in danger of dropping sharply, with serious liquidity problems possibly ahead.