Amnesty International reported on Saturday that Iranian security forces used “unlawful force” and “sexual violence” against protesters who took the streets for several days, demonstrating Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps’ downing of a passenger jet.
Qatar Airways, Emirates and several other Gulf airlines continue to fly over Iran despite an international avoidance to use the country’s airspace since Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps shot down a passenger plane and killed 176 people.
In an exclusive report, Daily Mail claimed that a new document belongs to Iranian government proved that Tehran has been trying to build a nuclear weapon since 2002.
Saeed Mohammad, Commander of Khatam al-Anbiya Construction Headquarters, an engineering firm owned by Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGCs) announced on Saturday that it entered the country’s petrochemical sector.
The US government on Friday imposed sanctions on an Iranian general who had a notable role in cracking down nationwide protests in Iran, which resulted in the death of 1500 civilians.
US Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook said on Friday that Iran’s continuous threats will isolate this country more than ever, Reuters reported.
Britain’s Treasury announced it has designated the entire Hezbollah organization as a terrorist group and consequently frozen all its assets, Reuters reported.
Five countries whose citizens were killed in a plane crash, shut down by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards requested Iran to pay compensation to the victims’ families and accept “full responsibility.”
Ahmad Alamolhoda the Imam of Friday Prayer in the city of Mashhad said expelling UK ambassador in Tehran is the “most generous gift” to him and that Qassem Soleimani’s followers could “chop him into pieces.”
Britain is keeping the security of its embassy in Tehran under review, foreign minister Dominic Raab said on Monday according to Reuters.
Iran briefly arrested London’s envoy to the country on Sunday night.