Several detainees went on strike this week, protesting over prison officials’ misbehavior and constant pressures from Iranian Intelligence Agency known as Etelaat on their family.
At least 100,000 nurses are needed in Iranian hospitals and thousands are ready to enter the department, but government cannot pay for their services.
The Kurdish Autonomous Administration in northeastern Syria announced on Saturday that 17 civilians died and 24 more wounded since Thursday night’s ceasefire, which Turkey was blamed for breaking it.
Iranian intelligence service confirmed on Monday the capturing of a popular anti-regime activist Rooholla Zam, who was running a social media outlet outside the country in France.
After the sudden announcement of US withdrew by President Trump earlier this week and giving green-light to Turkey to enter Syria and attack the Kurds, Iran has also joined the game with a surprise military manure near Turkish border on Wednesday.
Hundreds of Iranians in the village of Chenar Mahmoudi in Chaharmahal Bakhtiari province protested on Wednesday over a shocking case of using HIV-infected syringes by the villages’ health clinic to inject drugs especially to diabetic patients.
Tehran-Zahedan train derailed on Wednesday,100 kilometers north of Zahedan. Eyewitnesses reported that ten dead bodies were found in the area while 40 others have been severely injured.
An Iranian drone which was supposed to participate in the attack on Saudi oil fields earlier this week has crushed in Khorramshahr on Saturday, confidential source told Avatoday.
Turkish ambassador in Prague, an accomplice of Iran sanctions buster, may be in hot water despite diplomatic immunity
Iranian celebrities reacted to the death of Sahar Khodayari, a female football fan who died in hospital after she set herself on fire protesting her six-month jail term for trying to enter Azadi Stadium.