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Iran condemns EU and UK for 'violating human rights'
Tehran's fiery rhetoric comes after the West slapped sanctions on the regime for "brutally" cracking down on protesters.
EU faces calls to label Iran's Revolutionary Guard as terrorist group
Germany, France and the Netherlands are among the member states that have expressed support for the idea.
'Signs of cracks' within Iran's government as protests endure
Revolutions "usually involve phases of relative calm and others of tumult," says Ali Fathollah-Nejad at the American University of Beirut.
EU agrees to top-up Ukraine military aid fund with two billion euros
EU foreign ministers agree to put another two billion euros into a fund used to pay for military support for Ukraine and target Iran with sanctions over supplying drones to Russia
France and Germany slam Iran execution as EU steps up sanctions
Majid Reza Rahnavard was hanged from a construction crane in the northern city of Mashad on Monday.
Iran: Anger boils over as authorities intensify crackdown
Iran was slapped with new sanctions on Friday by the European Union and Britain for having carried out its first known execution
Belgian court suspends controversial prisoner swap treaty with Iran
Critics argue that the proposed agreement would threaten Iranian dissidents.
Iran should expect more EU sanctions, says Scholz
The German leader says his country stands "shoulder to shoulder with the Iranian people".
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Human rights are non-negotiable. We must raise violations wherever and by whoever they are committed, says Cornelia Ernst, Chair of the European Parliament's Delegation for Relations with Iran.
MEPs call for EU sanctions on Iran over repression of street protests
In a resolution, MEPs called for an "impartial and effective" investigation into the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.
Scores arrested after protesters try to enter Iranian embassy in Oslo
Demonstrations have broken out across Europe following the death of Mahsa Amini in Iranian custody earlier in September.
Albania breaks diplomatic ties with Iran over major cyberattack
Tirana has accused the Iranian regime of trying to destroy its government's digital infrastructure.
Iran jails two Swedish citizens for alleged drug trafficking
Tensions between Tehran and Stockholm soared after a Swedish court convicted a former Iranian official of war crimes during the 1980s.
Belgian MPs approve controversial prisoner exchange treaty with Iran
Critics say the deal will help free and pardon convicted Iranian terrorists.
Iranian man given life sentence in Sweden for 1988 mass executions
The former Iranian prison official was tried in Stockholm under the principle of universal jurisdiction.
Belgium moves closer to controversial prisoner swap treaty with Iran
The agreement is set to be a first of its kind among European countries.
EU-Iran nuclear talks set to resume in the 'coming days'
The European Union and Iran announced Saturday that nuclear talks will resume in the "coming days", after a surprise visit by the bloc's foreign policy chief.
Iran rules out prisoner swap with Sweden before academic's execution
The Swedish-Iranian researcher will be executed and will not be exchanged, the Iranian judiciary said.
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New nuclear deal achievable, Iran says
A deal on nuclear policy that would release Iran from sanctions could be reached in a matter of hours, if western powers seize the opportunity, the Iranian foreign minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian has told Euronews.