Some 174 Lecturers from Tehran's Sharif University of Technology called the Iranian government to release Amir Hossein Moradi and Ali Younesi, two of the university's imprisoned students.
A clash between an armed Baluch group and members of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps killed and injured several Baluch citizens and Iranian forces in Iran's Sistan and Baluchestan province, Rasanak news agency reported.
Atsa Ahmadaei-Rafsanjani, an Iranian citizen from the minority Baháʼí Faith, is convicted on multiple charges and has given an 8-year prison sentence in total by Iranian Revolutionary Court, Baháʼí activists told Avatoday.
Iran has enriched uranium to 63 percent, higher than the announced 60 percent that already complicated talks to revive its nuclear deal with world powers, a report by the UN nuclear watchdog said on Tuesday.
Today PEN America and the Center for Human Rights in Iran, along with a coalition of human rights organizations, sent a joint letter to President Biden asking his administration to ensure that human rights concerns are at the center of US foreign policy towards Tehra
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Saturday he was optimistic over talks to revive the 2015 nuclear deal with world powers and said the West has no other choice but to lift the international sanctions against Iran, state media reported.
Washington and Tehran could return to compliance with an Obama-era nuclear deal within weeks, a senior Biden administration official said Thursday.
Some 150 human rights experts, including former UN officials, have called for an international inquiry into the mass execution of dissidents by Iran's regime in 1988.
A new Dutch intelligence report revealed that in 2020 Iran made several attempts to obtain technology to bolster its weapons of mass destruction (WMD) program and consistently tried to develop atomic weapons.
A female diplomat who died in a fall from a building in Iran was the Swiss embassy's first secretary, a spokesman for emergency services said on Tuesday.