3 million people use the Tehran Metro every day, and this mass of commuters is providing cover for daily acts of defiance against the regime.
Eyewitnesses describe chaotic scenes, gunfire and explosions at Tehran’s Evin prison, recently filled with anti-regime protesters following the death of Mahsa Amini.
But efforts by Iran to honour the assassinated commander on social media were overshadowed by anger over Qassem Soleimani’s daughter using an iPhone.
Android app Nahoft – Farsi for “hidden” – aims to help Iranians communicate securely without any fear of being watched by the authorities.
New research predicts catastrophic consequences if Iranians don't stay home, avoid crowds, and stop non-essential travel.
"Given the crew’s experience, error probability is minimal," the vice president of operations for the airline said.
Iranian-Canadians from Edmonton to Toronto are coming together to remember their loved ones.
The crowds of mourners for Iran's top general have been so massive that they were visible from space.
Massive crowds mourned Qassem Soleimani, as Iran vows "severe" revenge against the U.S. and the Iraqi Parliament votes to kick out American troops.
Thousands of pro-government Iranians celebrated outside the U.S. embassy where 52 Americans were held captive for 444 days.
Former McGill student Niloufar Bayani is among those arrested.
Trump is expected to cancel the waivers on at least some of the sanctions lifted by the agreement.