Iran's Communications Minister today admitted a "massive state-sponsored cyber-attack" aimed at Iranian government’s cyber infrastructure and websites but did not name the state behind the attack.
After widespread outcry about a mass killing of protesters in Iran's city of Mahshar, officials December 11 tried to justify the shootings.
An eyewitness who saw the brutal attack on protesters in Iran's Mahshahr speaks about the bloody events in November 2019.
People of Iran are tired of wasting their national wealth in proxy wars, the U.S. State Department Representative for Iran, Brian Hook said on Tuesday, November 10.
An outspoken lawmaker in Iran has attacked the entities under Khamenei's control for undermining the authority of the Parliament.
Under massive pressure from public opinion, the Iranian government has promised to reveal the number of those killed during the mid-November protests in Iran.
In a letter to the Iran's President Hassan Rouhani, 160 prominent Iranian lawyers have called for an investigation of the deadly mid-November protests.
In a fiery speech on Monday an outspoken female Iranian lawmaker criticized the Islamic Republic for "grim despotism" and the ever-increasing powers of parallel, unelected centers of power.
Fans of the top soccer club in Iran attacked the club's offices as its popular Italian coach resigned.
A foul odor has again engulfed Iran's capital Tehran and no one can figure out the source. But people find it a good subject of jokes.
Iran’s President has presented next year's budget to parliament, which is 25 percent higher than the current year, despite tens of billions of dollars in lost oil revenue.
Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty President Jamie Fly talks about the latest challenges for international broadcasting and journalism after the latest Iran protests.