The Supreme Security Council in Iran released a list of instructions to the journalists, guiding them on covering the news of ongoing protests in a way that assist the regime in its agendas.
Iranian authorities have completely shut down country’s internet services as nation-wide protests on Saturday turned into violent by security forces, killing at least 25 civilians.
At least four people from Iran’s city of Behbahan and another citizen from the Kurdish city of Sanandaj reported dead as security forces harshly attacked peaceful protesters who took the street on Saturday morning over a petrol price hike in the county.
Iranian in several cities across the country took the streets on Friday night, protesting an overnight petrol price rise, sources told Avatoday.
Thousands of Iraqi protesters in Baghdad shouted slogans against Iran on Thursday, celebrating a soccer win against Iran.
A Kurdish Asylum seeker, who wrote a famous book from inside a detention center, has finally left Australia on Thursday after more than six years to New Zealand.
The suspicious death of prominent anti-regime poet, Hassan Haidari, sparked protests in Ahvaz and his family members are reportedly under constant pressure from authorities, sources told Avatoday.
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani admitted for the first time that the country’s situation is not “normal” and that US oil sanctions make it difficult to run local affairs.
Tehran and Mosque kicked out a new phase of construction by starting to build a new nuclear reactor in Iran’s city of Bushehr on Sunday, the officials confirmed.
In a letter to International Trade Union Confederation, Free Union of Iranian Workers blasted local authorities for systematic oppressions, imprisonment and prosecution of their members.