Iranian authorities are using extensive force to crack down on protesters in the city of Isfahan, where mass demonstrations have been held to support the farmers’ demands for water and their call for the revival of the city’s lifeblood river Zayanderud.
The father of dissident Iranian journalist Ruhollah Zam has revealed the identities of the two spies involved in his deception and subsequent return to Iran, where he was put on a "sham trial" and sentenced to death.
Israel’s Defense Minister Benny Gantz revealed the locations of two Iranian drone bases that he claimed were used to conduct attacks against targets at sea in the past few months.
Ayatollah Sayyid Kamal al-Haydari has been prohibited from teaching religious studies by the Iranian Intelligence due to his views against the Velayat-e Faqih, the system of governance in Iran, an informed source has told AvaToday.
The "International People’s Tribunal" on Iran’s atrocities of November 2019, an independent event organized by human rights groups, concluded on Sunday, November 14, after holding five days of public hearings in London.
International Atomic Energy Agency’s chief, Rafael Grossi, will visit Iran "probably soon", the Iranian foreign ministry spokesman said on Monday.
At least ten Kurds have been arrested by security forces on unidentified charges in western Iran’s Kurdistan province, human rights monitors said on Thursday.
The state-affiliated Israeli Cyber Unit successfully removed a website belonging to the Black Shadow Iranian hacking website after it targeted a number of Israeli websites, Walla reported on Thursday.
The US Special Envoy for Iran, Robert Malley, will visit the Middle East next week, the State Department announced in a statement.
The command at Hamadan Airbase in midwestern Iran last Wednesday discovered that the air base’s video surveillance system had been hacked and its F-4 fighters had been disabled, a source who wants to remain anonymous told Avatoday.