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Who is Toomaj Salehi, the Iranian rapper who faces the death penalty?
Family fears for life of rapper they say was violently arrested during protests. Salehi has been charged with "corruption on Earth" and could face the death penalty.
‘Mercenaries’: Iran’s Leader denounces anti-government protesters
Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has praised paramilitary volunteers tasked with quashing dissent on Saturday in a televised address.
'Threshold of revolution': Why Iran's protests are different this time
All you need to know about the Iran protests and the death of Mahsa Amini.
Iranian protesters start fire at home of Ayatollah Khomeini
Fire at ancestral home of Islamic republic founder Ayatollah Khomeini
Iran should expect more EU sanctions, says Scholz
The German leader says his country stands "shoulder to shoulder with the Iranian people".
Iran: Clashes with police erupt west of Tehran as protests continue
Iranian protesters clashed with police in a town west of the capital on Thursday, reportedly killing one paramilitary and wounding a number of policemen.
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.
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.
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.
Students clash with police as Iran protests enter sixth week
They were sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini.
Iran sanctions UK in tit-for-tat exchange over Mahsa Amini death
Iran blacklisted several British organisations and individuals on Wednesday, days after London slapped sanctions on the country's so-called morality police.
Iranian climber who competed without hijab returns to Tehran
Video shared online showed large crowds gathered at Imam Khomeini International Airport to welcome Rekabi home on Wednesday.
Concerns grow for female climber from Iran who competed without hijab
Climber Elnaz Rekabi is on her way back to Iran following her appearance at the competition in South Korea.
Four inmates killed in blaze and riots at Tehran prison, officials say
At least four people died, and 61 were injured after a blaze broke out at a Tehran jail notorious for housing political prisoners. No detainees escaped, according to authorities.
Mahsa Amini: Protesters take to the streets again despite crackdown
The protest movement sparked by Amini's death in custody entered the fifth week, despite over massive crackdown resulting in more than one hundred casualties.
Iran activists call for new rallies as demonstrations enter fifth week
Over 100 people have died in Iran as demonstrations over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini enter fifth week.
'We are no longer afraid': More protests sweep through Iran
Protests and strikes were reported across Iran on Saturday as demonstrations sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini enter their fourth week.
MEPs call for EU sanctions on Iran over repression of street protests
In a resolution, MEPs called for an "impartial and effective" investigation into the killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.
Iran protests: Why is cutting hair an act of rebellion?
Women in Iran and all over the world have been burning headscarves, shouting “Women, life, freedom” and some have also cut or shaved their hair in public. Here's why.
Mahsa Amini: Iranian protests will have 'crucial impact' in Europe
"It’s not enough for Europe just to support verbally. Europe should not really take this stance that they can take without necessarily interrupting their relationship with the Iranian authorities," said Iranian-French academic Azadeh Kian.
MEP cuts off hair to show solidarity with protesters in Iran
"Until the women of Iran are free. We are going to stand with you", said Abir Al-Sahlani as she cut her hair in front of MEPs in Strasbourg.
Supreme leader blames unrest on foreign plot to destabilise Iran
“This rioting was planned,” he said. “These riots and insecurities were designed by America and the Zionist regime, and their employees.”
Iran's security forces violently disperse student protesters
Videos on social media purport to show Iran's security forces shooting at student protestors with shotguns and rubber bullets, while arresting hundreds.
Videos circulating on social media showed gunfire
Rights groups say up to 83 killed as Tehran attempts to crackdown on persistent demonstrations; forces open fire on group stoning police station in city near Pakistan border.
Scores arrested after protesters try to enter Iranian embassy in Oslo
Demonstrations have broken out across Europe following the death of Mahsa Amini in Iranian custody earlier in September.
Why are there demonstrations in Iran and what is different this time?
After many days of demonstrations in Iran, Euronews has a look at what is happening and why the protests are different this time.