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Watch: Iranians in France demonstrate against Tehran protest crackdown
Unrest was sparked after the government announced a hike in petrol prices, and quickly turned political. Amnesty International has said at least 161 people have been killed, but Tehran has rejected this figure.
At least 143 protesters have died in Iran, says Amnesty International
Human rights organisation Amnesty International says that reports and verified video from Iran show security forces shooting protesters.
Iran begins reconnecting internet after shutdown over protests
After a five-day-long blackout meant to stifle protests, Iranians are slowly regaining internet access
Iran’s Khamenei defends fuel price rises amid protests
Khamenei told state television that the government is raising petrol prices in order to provide additional subsidies to low income families.
Iranians are urging EU to adopt a tough Iran policy ǀ View
The Iranians conveyed a clear message giving voice to the demand of the heavily oppressed and widely impoverished people of Iran, who are protesting for genuine change and increased rights and freedoms since the beginning of 2018.
Iranian women 'refuse to stay home' on International Women's Day
Video posted on social media showed demonstrators taking to the streets of Tehran on International Women's Day.
US faces criticism at Security Council meeting on Iran protests
Some members of the UN body argued that recent unrest in the Islamic Republic was an internal issue for Tehran
Pro-government demonstrators protest in Iran
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets in Iran to demonstrate support for the government.
Eight elements behind the protests in Iran
There's no single cause driving Iranians to take to the streets but instead an intertwined web of older and newer issues coming together.
Iran plays down violent protests
More protesters die in violence across Iran as President Rouhani calls for calm
Ten people killed in Iran protests on Sunday, state television reports
Demonstrations have swept Tehran and other Iranian cities since Thursday in the country's worst unrest since 2009
Two Iran protest deaths 'caused by foreign agents' - local governor
Opposition says demonstrators were shot dead by riot police in the city of Dorud on Saturday, the third day of anti-government protests
Anti-government protests spread to major Iranian cities
Around 300 people gathered in the west Iranian city of Kermanshah amid the country's biggest wave of unrest in 8 years.
Photo exhibit documents women's protest against Iran's hijab law
‘Witness 1979’ is an unprecedented exhibition by Iranian photographer Hengameh Golestan on show in London. The photos, never published before