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Iran fans sing protest songs outside the stadium in Doha
Wearing Iranian jerseys outside the World Cup stadium in Doha, Qatar, a small number of Iranian fans sang in solidarity with protesters in their home country supporting demonstrations triggered by the death of Mahsa Amini who died while detained by Iran’s morality police
Iran team decline to sing national anthem before World Cup opener
All team members remained silent in a move being seen as a signal of support for anti-government protesters in Iran, hundreds of whom have reportedly been killed.
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Iran should expect more EU sanctions, says Scholz
The German leader says his country stands "shoulder to shoulder with the Iranian people".
Iran responding to Mahsa Amini protests with 'overwhelming repression'
"It seems that Iran's current regime has been a deeply extractive and repressive one," said author and economist Daron Acemogulu.
Watch: Protesters gather in Warsaw for Mahsa Amini
Dozens of people rallied for Mahsa Amini and women's rights in Warsaw on Sunday.
How Iranians are hopping between VPNs to stay connected
Amid mass protests and an Internet crackdown, demand for VPNs has surged in Iran - but finding ones that work is a challenge.
Tehran supports freedom of expression in Iran, claims ambassador to UN
As the protests sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini enter their sixth week, Iranian authorities justify their crackdown on demonstrators and defend the handling of the unrest.
Police investigate attack on pro-democracy vigil near Iranian embassy
Three men reportedly attacked a vehicle outside the embassy that was displaying pro-democracy banners.
Europe's cities rally for Mahsa Amini and women's rights in Iran
Saturday saw people take to the streets across Europe in support of the Iranian demonstrations that have rocked the Islamic republic for six weeks.
Iranian security forces shot at protesters in Zahedan, activists say
Iranian security forces reportedly opened fire on Friday on demonstrators in the southeastern city, killing at least six people including a 12-year-old boy.
German air workers shocked to discover dead body on plane from Iran
Lufthansa and federal police have declined to comment on the tragic incident, which comes amid widespread unrest in Iran.
Spanish man trekking to Qatar World Cup likely detained in Iran
Human rights groups say Santiago Sánchez, who went missing while trekking from Madrid to the FIFA World Cup in Qatar, is being held in an Iranian detention centre.
Spanish man reported missing in Iran while trekking to Qatar World Cup
Santiago Sánchez's family says they last heard from him on October 2, the day after he crossed the Iraq-Iran border.
Tens of thousands gather in Berlin to protest against Tehran regime
The demonstration, organised by the Woman*-Life-Freedom collective, began at the Victory Column in Berlin's Tiergarten park and continued as a march through central Berlin.
Fact-check: Are UK weapons being used against protestors in Iran?
Images shared online purport to show that tear gas, stun grenades are other UK-made non-lethal weapons are being used against protestors in Iran. Euronews takes a look.