The managing editor of "Ruzgar," Farzaneh Kharghani, says that, for now, the newspaper will refrain from publishing political news and analysis.
The format of the newspaper was also changed in order to continue its publication.
"Ruzgar" was first published on October 16.
Most of its staffers are former employees of the leading reformist "Sharq" daily, which was shut down in September.
More than 100 reformist and moderate publications have been closed in Iran in recent years.
Women in Tehran (epa file photo)
CALLING FOR MORE RIGHTS: Although women played key roles in Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution, the place of women in post-revolutionary society has been a vexing question. Iranian women have struggled to bring attention to their calls for greater rights in their country's rigid theocratic system, calls that have often clashed with the values proclaimed by conservatives in society. (more)
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