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5 Aug
Iranians in Tehran express their scepticism as ultraconservative Ebrahim Raisi is inaugurated as president at a time where the country's hopes of shaking off a dire economic crisis hinges on reviving a nuclear deal with world powers.
14 Jul
The suspected members of Iranian intelligence allegedly planned to "forcibly take" a US journalist and human rights activist from New York to Iran.
19 Jun
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18 Jun
Here are a few reasons to pick up a copy of The Guardian on Saturday. Find these stories and much more when you grab a copy of The Guardian on Saturday.
17 Oct 2020
Iranians say that their government's "lack of planning" is the reason for the increase in coronavirus infection rates as the country hit new single-day records in both Covid-19 deaths and infections. Iran announced temporary travelling restrictions on five major cities including the capital Tehran as the country hit new single-day records in both Covid-19 deaths and infections.
19 Mar 2017
When Sadegh married his college sweetheart, he never thought he'd end up as one of those Iranians facing ruin and even prison because of huge sums demanded by his wife's family.

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