Hundreds of protesters in Tehran took the street on Monday in a move apparently to support people of Khuzestan who have been protesting in the past ten days.
Iranians from Tabriz, the capital city of the country’s East Azerbaijan province, took to the streets on Saturday to support the ongoing protests in Khuzestan, which resulted in the death of at least eight citizens shot by security forces.
The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet on Friday called on the Iranian authorities to concentrate on taking urgent action regarding the chronic water shortage in the province of Khuzestan, rather than using excessive force to stop the protests.
The protests in Iran's Khuzestan province sparked by the water crisis in this region over a week ago, continued for the ninth night on Friday.
Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) has opened a new prison in Raqqa after coming under repeated Israeli and US airstrikes, the news website Al-Monitor reported on Friday.
AN Iranian-Canadian national pleaded guilty today for his role in exporting US goods to Iran in violation of the International Emergency Economic Powers Act (IEEPA) and the Iranian Transactions and Sanctions Regulations (ITSR).
Former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said a "corrupt ring" exists inside the country's intelligence machinery maintaining "a systematic link" with foreign espionage agencies.
The Islamic Republic of Iran cut internet access in the past week during protests in the impoverished province of Khuzestan, an internet watchdog said.
Iran is using unlawful and excessive force in a crackdown against protests over water shortages in southwestern Khuzestan province, international rights groups said on Friday.
An alleged Israeli attack on weapons depots belonging to an Iran-backed militia group outside Aleppo killed five people in the employ of Iran's Revolutionary Guard Corps, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said Tuesday