The US Justice Department said on Tuesday it seized 36 Iranian-linked websites, associated with either disinformation activities or violent organizations, Reuters reported.
Clashes erupted in the city of Yasuj, in southwest Iran, between the locals and Iranian security forces, after people took to the streets to protest the results of the city council elections on Sunday.
Oil prices climbed on Monday, gaining on a pause in talks to end US sanctions on Iranian crude, and as the dollar retreated from two-month highs, Reuters reported.
Iran’s only nuclear power plant in Bushehr has been temporarily shut down over a “technical fault”, the country’s atomic energy body said in a statement.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch expressed their concern over Ebrahim Raisi's appointment as Iran's new president and called for him to be investigated over his role in what the rights groups have called the extrajudicial executions of thousands of political pr
Ebrahim Raisi, a hardline judiciary chief with a brutal human rights record, won Iran's controversial presidential election as expected, according to preliminary results announced by the interior ministry and reported by state media Saturday.
Four members of the armed forces of Kurdistan Free Life Party (PJAK) were killed on Tuesday in a heavy clash with the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) forces in Sarvabad heights, sources told Avatoday.
Iran’s state TV is reporting that the country has ordered an emergency use of its first domestically developed coronavirus vaccine.
In a leaked audio file, a former Iranian Ministry of Intelligence Security Deputy reveals that the Islamic Republic's judiciary authorized “thugs” to systematically crack down on demonstrators and beat detained protesters in 2009.
Iran's chief negotiator at international talks on its nuclear programe said late on Saturday he believed they could not conclude this week.