Radio Farda has interviewed the father of a young man whose son was killed by security forces on during recent anti-government protests in Iran.
Iran has been intentionally concealing the extent of the repressive measures taken against those who took part in days of unrest over fuel-price hikes, Human Rights Watch (HRW) says in a new report.
Iran's Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei says the November protests in Iran have been “deep-rooted, widespread and very dangerous”.
Iran's interior minister says recent protests turned into "special" cases of intense unrest in five provinces.
A semi-opposition political grouping in Iran has criticized the government for suppressing recent protests by ordinary people.
Reporters Without Borders has condemned actions by Iran's ambassador in the UK which it says intimidates Iranian journalists abroad.
Reuters exclusive. How Iran attacked the Saudi Oil facilities.
According to Iran's Constitution the Supreme Leader and the President are directly responsible for the orders to fire on demonstrators.
Most of the people who participated in the recent anti-regime demonstrations in Iran were either unemployed or with low-income jobs.
In a statement released on Monday the UK-based human rights watchdog Amnesty International said at least 143 protesters were killed in Iran during recent protests.
The Speaker of Iranian Parliament (Majles) Ali Larijani says some Iranian government companies have increased the price of their products.
More than 10 days after Iranians took to the streets in protest, the Iranian government is still overwhelmed by the aftereffects of the unrest.