Social media video shows pipeline explosion in Bahrain
12 November 2017 | 7:13 am
Bahrain accuses Iran for attack on pipeline after the explosion.
Iran has executed a prisoner convicted for a crime allegedly committed during the ongoing nationwide protests. Students vow to continue demonstrations and demand change.
Russia and Iran are collaborating more closely than ever in the areas of fighter jets and lethal drones, according to US intelligence. Moscow has rebuked Washington's assessment, as the invasion of Ukraine presses on.
Three months after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini sparked a mass protest movement, renowned exiled French-Iranian photographer Reza Deghati says he believes the end of Iran's Islamic Republic is near. He spoke to FRANCE 24 from Baku, Azerbaijan, where he's travelled in order to quickly enter neighbouring Iran in the event of the regime's collapse.
Protests that have shaken Iran to its core are entering their fourth month as Tehran continues with executions. At least two protesters have already been hanged.
Dozens of jailed anti-regime protesters in Iran are facing execution for waging "war against God." Lawyers and prominent Shiite scholars sharply criticize the judiciary.
Germany has joined the chorus of disapproval over Iran-supplied drones Russia uses to "terrorize Ukrainian civilians." The West has been pressuring the UN to investigate. DW has the latest.
Ever since the death of a young woman in police custody for allegedly wearing her headscarf improperly, Iranians from all walks of life have been raising their voices in anger. Their protest is being echoed by people around the globe, not least in the world of art.
"We just have to continue with the sanctions, especially with the political sanctions and the financial sanctions that hurt the single people who are part of this government — of this murderous government," Iranian-German filmmaker Siba Shakib told DW.
The year 2023 will not be an easy one for Iran as the rift between the rulers and the ruled becomes greater than ever. On the foreign policy front, Tehran has reached an impasse.
Iran warned France on Wednesday that it would respond after "insulting" cartoons depicting supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei were published in the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Taraneh Alidoosti, the star of an Oscar-winning film, is out on bail after spending more than two weeks in prison following "provocative" posts on social media.
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