Fearing the 40th day memorial ceremony for Pouya Bakhtiari, one of the victims of the November protests, could start a fresh round of protests, Iran security forces arrested Pouya's family on Monday.
Anger over Iran's stranglehold on Baghdad's political system has helped propel an unprecedented protest movement -- and now Iraqi activists are hitting the Islamic Republic where it hurts, with a goods boycott.
Officials and experts say Iran's government has exaggerated expected oil exports for next year just to inspire hope among the population.
While Iranian officials have begun dismissing a Reuters report about 1,500 killed in protests, the claim that Khamenei ordered the crackdown is equally significant for Iranians.
A strong stench in Iran's capital Tehran has been revealed to be coming from the use of mazut with high sulfur content.
A poll taken in Iran shows that the level of people's satisfaction with the Islamic Republic's performance is 15 percent in the capital city of Iran.
Thousands took to the streets in Iraq's capital and across the south Sunday to protest against Iran's kingmaking influence as the latest deadline for choosing a new prime minister loomed.
Twenty one adolescents and children working as porters, carrying goods on their backs across the Iran-Iraq border have died in 2019 from soldiers’ bullets or cold weather.
Tehran's outspoken member of parliament Mahmoud Sadeqi has warned about the dangerous health condition of imprisoned dervishes who are on a hunger strike in Iran.
The son of a key ayatollah in 1980s says he has a second tape proving the government executed thousands in prisons in 1988.
European parties to the Iran nuclear deal are likely to trigger a dispute resolution process in January to force Tehran to rollback violations.
An Israeli government study says Jews who had to flee Iran and Arab countries left billion of dollars behind and must be compensated.