Amnesty International is denouncing Iran for the public flogging of a young man whose alleged crime was having consumed alcohol at a wedding when he was 14 or 15 years old.
Tehran’s outspoken representative to parliament, Mahmoud Sadeghi has accused his colleagues of receiving bribes.
The Tehran City Council chairman has disclosed a mind-blowing 26,000 complaints against the city over the past two years for legal violations.
The decision of U.S. President Donald Trump in May to scrap the landmark 2015 nuclear deal (JCPOA) has jeopardized Iran’s railway projects with international companies.
Renowned conservative cleric Mohsen Gharavian has called on the Iranian government July 9 to abolish compulsory hijab regulations for foreign tourists in the country’s free trade zones.
The United States wants to eliminate all Iran’s crude oil exports from November, and is relying on Saudi Arabia and other OPEC and non-OPEC members to fill the gap in supplies.
Thousands of residents of Borazjan, the center of Dashtestan County in Bushehr province, southern Iran, poured into the streets on Saturday, July 7, to protest “shortage” and “chaotic” distribution of water.
The brother of an Iranian Kurdish man on death row says the prison authorities have told the dissident that he would either be executed or killed behind bars.
Iran's State Sharia Penal Authority (SSPA) says organized crime has taken place in government subsidized vehicle imports.