Iran continues arresting people involved in last month's protests, while refusing to
Russia was persuaded to support deeper cuts in OPEC+ oil production to deepen ties with Saudi Arabia and strengthen its influence in the region.
Iran-Japan leaders are to hold talks on Japan's plans to deploys its SDF in the Persian Gulf. The Japanese leader is also expected to discuss talks between Iran and the U.S. with the Iranian president.
Several reformist lawmakers harshly criticized Iranian authorities for killing protesters and claiming they were agents of Iran's enemies.
A Dutch fugitive criminal, implicated in the murder of an Iranian opposed to the Islamic Republic, was arrested in Dubai.
Iran Interior Minister has admitted to members of parliament that security forces shot some protesters in the head and also in the leg.
Reports of bodies found in rivers and reservoirs in the wake of Iran protests multiply. Radio Farda spoke to one family that lost a young man.
Amnesty International raised the death toll of Iran protests to 304 and demands international action to hold the government responsible.
Iranian government's spokesman has acknowledged that protesters condemn the Islamic Republic not the U.S. sanctions.
As the constitutional deadline in Iraq for naming a new prime minister ends on Tuesday, December 17, Iraqi protesters are unlikely to accept a nominee close to Iran.
The spiritual leader of Iran's Sunni population has called for the immediate release of a fellow clergyman, who has been behind bars since November 28.
The call by a prominent reformist politician in Iran for President Hassan Rouhani to resign has angered hardliners, who themselves have been attacking the president for the past three years.