Following Iran’s most disastrous earthquake in 2017, several survivors have died from the cold in Kermanshah Province.
An Iranian sociologist and writer explains the fallacies of forced dress code in the Islamic Republic.
A teachers’ trade union association in Iran is protesting what it calls the repression of teachers by security agents across the country.
A shocking video shows a young, burqa-clad Afghan woman brutally beaten by a mob that included her own relatives.
Members of parliament in Iran have prepared a motion for to designate a venue for legal protests.
Amid the charged atmosphere of political turmoil, economic instability, and acts of protest against the cultural status quo, the 36th edition of the prestigious Fajr Film Festival opened in Tehran on February 1.
After previously rejecting it, the Iranian Parliament has approved the general outlines of President Hassan Rouhani’s proposed budget bill for the next Iranian year, starting March 21.
A long-running child sexual abuse scandal, reaching the inner circle of Iran’s Supreme Leader, shows no sign of ebbing.
An Iranian MP who visited Tehran's Evin prison says the presence of agents did not allow them to confidentially speak with prisoners.
Iran's state-controlled broadcaster apologizes after suggesting that victims of domestic abuse should wash and kiss their husband's feet.
A group of Iranian MPs say they have visited Tehran’s notorious Evin prison as promised to check on the treatment of prisoners, especially those arrested during a recent wave of protests.