Fatemeh Karroubi was allowed to leave her home, where she is under house arrest with her husband Mehdi Kraroubi, to receive medical treatment. » read more
Iran's Supreme Leader is playing down the “recent affairs regarding the ministry of intelligence” and condemning attempts by foreign media to paint a picture of a divided Islamic Republic establishment. » read more
U.S. president Barack Obama accused Syrian president Bashar Al-Assad of a “brutal” crackdown on his people and for “seeking Iranian assistance in repressing Syria's citizens through the same brutal tactics that have been used by his Iranian allies. » read more
A conservative Iranian MP has expressed doubt regarding next year’s parliamentary elections and accused government of "illegal" practices.
Set for March 2012, it is the first national vote since the controversial 2009 presidential elections that sparked mass protests due to allegations of vote fraud.
MP Nurollah Heydari told Khabar-on-line: “When a section of the government, whether voluntarily or involuntarily, acts against the law, how can we trust that it will carry out healthy elections?” » read more
Reporters Without Borders has condemned last week’s “crackdown” on anti-government protests in the southwestern province of Khuzestan, accusing the Islamic Republic of enforcing a news blackout around these demonstrations. » read more
Kurdistan’s intelligence office reports that perpetrators of Thursday’s hostage-taking incident near Sanandaj was “linked to Wahabi groups connected to foreign elements and world arrogance.” » read more
A parliamentary committee says the Islamic Republic would probably have been better off building a new nuclear power plant from scratch, instead of constantly trying to finish construction of the decades-old Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant. » read more