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Tehran court upholds death sentence for Swedish-Iranian citizen
Iran's Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence of a Swedish-Iranian citizen, who allegedly led an Arab pro-independence group.
French museums to display posters in support of Iranian people
Following yesterday’s International Women's Day, more than fifty French museums have stated they will continue to display posters made during the demonstrations in Iran.
Breaking free (the faces of) Iranian victims
Iranian artist Sadaf Ahmadi has created an interactive exhibition in Forcalquier, southern France, where visitors break concrete to reveal the faces of victims of Iranian repression.
Iran's Supreme leader condemns the poisonings at girls schools
In his first comments on the mystery poisonings, Iran's Supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said those behind the school poisonings should face "severe punishment". More than a thousand female students have fallen ill since last November.
Meetings could pave the way for the revival of the 2015 nuclear deal
UN nuclear watchdog chief, Rafael Grossi, says he’s held "constructive" talks with Iranian officials in Tehran.
Vandecasteele prisoner swap with Iran constitutional - Belgian court
Olivier Vandecasteele has been imprisoned since February last year.
Iran nuclear: IAEA chief 'to meet Iranian president on Saturday'
The reported meeting follows the detection of particles of uranium enriched to 83.7% at an Iranian plant, according to a UN report.
Young girls poisoned in Iran in suspected attempt to ‘close schools'
On Wednesday, over one hundred girls were sent to hospital after they were poisoned by gas at their schools, joining hundreds of similar cases since November
EU to target Iran's Revolutionary Guards in new sanctions on Russia
The EU wants to approve the 10th package of sanctions by the time the Ukraine war marks its one-year anniversary on 24 February.
China and Iran strengthen cooperation amid Western pressure
Xi Jingping and Ebrahim Raisi meet in Beijing, where China expressed support for Iran in the face of Western sanctions over the country's nuclear development, and tensions over Russia and Chinese balloons.
Acclaimed Iranian director Jafar Panahi is released from Evin Prison
His release from the notorious Evin Prison in Tehran was confirmed by the Independent Center for Human Rights in Iran and Panahi’s lawyer
Iran maintains block on WhatsApp and Instagram
It comes as hundreds of international figures -- from Nobel laureates to actors -- pledged their "unwavering" support of protesters in Iran.
Condition of Belgian aid worker jailed in Iran 'deteriorating'
Olivier Vandecasteele was imprisoned in Tehran last February on charges of espionage.
Drone attack on Iran’s Isfahan military plant ‘unsuccessful’
Iran’s defence ministry claims that a drone attack at a military plant was ‘unsuccessful’ and only caused minor damage to its roof.
Iran's Isfahan military site targeted in drone attack, Tehran claims
Separately, a fire broke out at an oil refinery in Tabriz, while an earthquake killed three and injured hundreds in West Azerbaijan province -- all on Saturday, authorities said.
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Berlin not blocking tank deliveries to Ukraine, says EU's top diplomat
Germany must first approve the sending of its Leopard 2 tanks by other countries that have previously bought them.
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.
Protest over Belgian aid worker jailed in Iran
Hundreds of people held a demonstration in Brussels in support of Belgian aid worker Olivier Vandecasteele who was sent to prison for 40 years in Iran for alleged espionage
'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.