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Why Iran Tries to Shut Down Internet?

The Iranian government is slowing down, disrupting, or even cutting off the internet inside its country as a method of social control. The authorities and...

Amnesty Condemns Bloody Crackdown on Iran’s November Protests

Amnesty International reports that Iranian security forces killed at least 304 people, including children, during the five days of protest in November 2019, using...

Internet Frequency Trade in Iran

By Jubin Katiraie Principally, the internet and free information are inconsistent with the nature of authoritarian rules such as Iran’s theocratic government. ...

Iran’s New Internet Crackdown

By Jubin Katiraie Just days after partially restoring internet access to the Iranian people, following a week-long shutdown, the Iranian authorities have a new plan to...

Iran: Nationwide Protests to Gas Prices Draws Reaction from Officials

By Pooya Stone For the past two days, and after the abrupt announcement of increasing gas prices hikes by the government, the Iranian people...

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Iran: 60% Of Population Is Poor

The livelihood baskets of the Iranian people are shrinking dramatically. This, in turn, has introduced new concerns to protect...

The implications of EU’s terrorist designation of the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC)

The European Parliament called on January 18 for the European Union to list Iran's Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) as a...

Iran’s Regime Is Hiding Human Rights Violations In Its Prisons

With more than four months into Iran’s latest round of nationwide uprisings, the brutality of the Iranian regime’s security...

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Iran’s capital city hit by heavy pollution

Washington Post: The Iranian capital is experiencing what officials...

Global clearinghouse ready to evict Iranian banks

AP: An international banking clearinghouse crucial to Iran's oil...