A former reformist lawmaker says criticizing Iran’s current situation and telling the truth about the government might land him in jail as a man in his 70s.
Iranian truckers have announced plans to hold a nationwide strike as anti-government protests continue and Tehran’s bus drivers have been on strike all week.
While Iranians are protesting rising prices and the government talks about cost savings, a group of over 40 officials are set to travel to Switzerland for a two-week online conference.
Mike Pompeo, United States Secretary of State under President Donald Trump, has visited the camp in Albania of the Iranian Mujahedin-e Khalq (MEK).
Several members of the US House of Representatives have called on Elon Musk, the new would-be owner of Twitter, to ban US-sanctioned Iranian officials and organizations from the platform.
Former lawmaker and presidential daughter Faezeh Hashemi will be prosecuted for supporting US sanctions on Iran’s Revolutionary Guard and insulting the prophet of Islam.
Several female hairdressers have been arrested and others have been summoned in Iran’s over a new set of restrictions on activities of women’s beauty salons.
Reports trickling in from Iran indicate unrest in southwestern oil-rich province of Khuzestan on Friday after bread prices rose significantly in recent days.
J.D. Vance, an opponent of the Iran nuclear deal and a candidate endorsed by former president Donald Trump has won the Republican Senate nomination in Ohio.
At least four union activists were arrested on the eve of another round of nationwide protests scheduled to be held on Labor Day, May 1, by Iranian teachers.
Andrew Fahie, premier of the British Virgin Islands, was arrested Thursday in Miami on charges of money laundering and conspiracy to import cocaine, allegedly brokered by Hezbollah operatives.