Radio Free Europe / Radio Liberty President Jamie Fly talks about the latest challenges for international broadcasting and journalism after the latest Iran protests.
University students in Iran protested December 7 against government policies and called for "unity".
Tensions in Iraq rose Friday night after gunmen suspected by protesters to be linked with Iran-backed militias fired on demonstrators throughout Baghdad’s protest hotspots.
Iran and other signatories of the 2015 nuclear agreement met December 6 in Vienna, but apparently the European powers decided not to refer Iran's case to the UN.
The U.S. offering $15 million for information on Yemen-based Iranian Guards senior Commander Abdul-Reza Shahlai's "financial activities, networks, and associates".
The State Department's special envoy for Iran said on Thursday that the Islamic Republic security forces killed as many as 1,000.
The mother of a young man shot in the head during protests in Iran says she will not accept "blood money" nor any condolences from authorities.
An investigation carried out by Radio Farda shows that around 8,000 protesters have been jailed following the protests that started on November 15.
Iran's leaders have signaled they are ready to bring detained protesters to "confess" on TV that they are foreign agents.
Iran's president has announced some protest detainees will confess on TV that they were organized by foreigners, while he said simple protesters should be freed.
Iran's President Hassan Rouhani says If the President of United States agrees to lift all the sanctions imposed on Iran, he will be ready to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump within an hour.
Setting Iran deadlines to explain how uranium particles were found in an undeclared Tehran warehouse could be counter-productive, the new U.N. nuclear watchdog chief said on Tuesday.