An IRGC commander says protesters were shot “from close range” in the back, insinuating that some protesters killed their own comrades.
An Iranian official has referred to civilian casualties in recent protests and said, “it is possible some were hurt accidentally, as this is a natural occurrence in urban warfare”.
A lawmaker in Iran says Ali Khamenei stopped parliament from opposing the controversial gasoline price increase that led to protests.
The Speaker of the U.S. House of Representative Nancy Pelosi has voiced concern at the death of more 100 protesters in Iran.
The United States has called on social media giants Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter to suspend accounts linked to Iranian government leaders until Internet coverage is restored in that country.
Amid a harsh crackdown on protesters that has killed more than a hundred people since November 15, Iran has asked Russia to provide an additional $2 billion loan.
Iraq's southern border with Iran reopened to travellers on Saturday after a week-long closure during mass protests in both countries, the Iraqi border ports commission said in a statement.
Iran has showcased a new generation of "Mersad-16" its missile system during a military exercise in Semnan Province, southeast of Tehran, IRGC-linked Tasnim news agency reported on Saturday November 23.
A U.S. court has ordered Iran to pay a Washington Post reporter and his family nearly $180 million in damages for jailing the Iranian-American journalist on espionage charges in 2014.
French defense minister Florence Parly has given a forceful speech warning of the dangers of U.S. disengagement from the Middle East.
Hillary Clinton has weighed in on Iran protests and the violent crackdown against protesters by the Islamic Republic that has killed at least 138 people.
Deputy Commander of Iran's revolutionary guards says Iranian security forces put an end to recent anti-government demonstrations in Iran within 48 hours.