A politician close to Iran’s former Speaker Ali Larijani blames the current leader of the parliament for Iran's woes, shared with his ultraconservative rivals.
US lawmakers have been lining up to offer solidarity and support to Iranian Americans on the anniversary of the killing of Mahsa Amini and the nationwide protests.
The following is a social media post by a retired member of the IRGC who fought in the Iran-Iraq war and witnessed the repressive environment in Tehran on Saturday.
An alliance of underground youth groups, formed during last year’s protests in Iran says it has not only endured but also expanded its efforts aimed at toppling the regime.
Ekbatan, in western Tehran, known for its resilience during last year's protests, is facing increased security measures to prevent fresh unrest on the anniversary.
While many expect a dull Iranian election in March, some anticipate a notable showdown: Hardliner President Ebrahim Raisi against his predecessor, Hassan Rouhani.
Some political observers in Iran define President Ebrahim Raisi's government as a copycat, based on remnants of former President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's populist narrative.
An influential conservative in Iran claims that hardliners who are purging others from the political landscape are so few that they couldn't even fill two buses.
Iran and neighboring Arab countries find themselves increasingly at odds as both sides are engaged in rhetoric that underscores their deep-seated differences.
A recent opinion survey has shown that the majority of Iranians follow news from foreign-based media outlets, with Iran International being their top choice.
Media in Tehran are increasingly sounding alarms about the rapid growth of the Afghan population in Iran, which is estimated to be between five to ten million now.
Some of Iran's high-profile politicians have spoken about the upcoming parliamentary elections in March 2024, albeit with a tone marked by bitterness.
Many had warned of a potential mass migration of Iranian elites due to the suppression of dissent and neglect of young Iranians' demands over the past year.
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