Around 1,300 workers at tire factory outside Tehran are continuing a weeklong strike to demand, among other things, payment of several months of back wages.
The trial in Tehran of three Americans charged with espionage, originally scheduled for November 6, has reportedly been postponed.
Iran has sentenced a prominent human rights lawyer, Mohammad Seifzadeh, to nine years in prison and a 10-year ban from practicing law.
Those who claim they have brought the Green movement under control the, if that is the case why do they speak of sedition every day. If the sedition is dead, then why do you speak behind the back of the dead?
In a blog post titled "From Here and There,” blogger Zeitoon (Olive) writes about a young Iranian who fell in love with the heroine of a tele-novela:
The International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran (ICHRI) says the number of unannounced executions at the Vakilabad prison in the eastern Iranian city of Mashhad has increased.
Tehran's chief prosecutor says two Iranians have been charged with spying for Israel about Iran's nuclear program.
An Iranian student has protested against what is being described as a shortage of gasoline by riding a donkey to his university in northern Iran.
The United States has imposed sanctions on dozens of shipping companies in Europe over their alleged links to Iran’s nuclear program.
Iranian officials have upped the ante in their efforts to counter the "soft war" they believe is being waged against their country.
An Iranian blogger reacts to the supreme leader's "spontaneous" welcome in Qom.