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‘They used our hijabs to gag us’: Iran protesters tell of rapes, beatings and torture by police

As human rights organisations report an escalation in the brutal treatment of detainees, we speak to some of those who claim to have suffered at the hands of state security forces

Iran protesters released from prison wrestle with fear and trauma

Mass detentions of Iranian protesters have taken a heavy physical and psychological toll on the people cycling through prison.

Iran’s Hard-Liners Are Winning

How months of protest forged an even more intransigent regime.

Jill Biden honors Iranian protest anthem with Grammy for social change

First Lady Jill Biden honored an “anthem” of the protests in Iran Sunday night as she presented a new Grammy Award recognizing songs that address social change. “A song can unite,…

‘Baraye,’ the Anthem of Iran’s Protest Movement, Wins a Grammy

Shervin Hajipour won in a new special merit category recognizing a song for social change. The song has become the anthem of protests that have swept through Iran in recent months.

Iran willing to risk worse US sanctions over Russian drone factory

Iran's arming of Russia crossed a red line and Tehran appears to believe it cannot go back - instead it's increasing its cooperation with Moscow.

Iran wrestler defects to avoid death penalty for supporting revolt

Mohammad Namjoo-Motlagh: 'I will remain their voice until Iran is freed from oppression'

Iranian security forces accused of shooting eyes of young female protesters

A Norwegian-based human rights group is accusing Iranian security forces of deliberately shooting protesters -- particularly young women -- in the eye.

Moscow, Tehran advance plans for Iranian drone facility in Russia

The plant, according to Wall Street Journal, could manufacture at least 6,000 Iranian-designed drones for use by Russia in Ukraine.

Iran Announces Amnesty, but It May Not Spare Many Protesters

While the government said tens of thousands of prisoners were to be freed or get reduced sentences, rights advocates suggested the move was a sham.

Reporter's Notebook: Does the near death of the Iran nuclear deal mean the end of diplomacy?

Fox News correspondent Amy Kellogg delves into the latest on the floundering Iran nuclear deal and discusses with two analysts the present state of affairs.

Iran's supreme leader issues pardon for 'tens of thousands' of prisoners

The pardons come with conditions and exceptions, state media reported.

Iran’s supreme leader promises to pardon ‘tens of thousands’

The announcement, amid a deadly crackdown against protesters, came with numerous exceptions.

Iran admits 'tens of thousands' detained in protests, says will pardon some

Iran's supreme leader on Sunday reportedly ordered an amnesty or reduction in prison sentences for “tens of thousands” of people detained amid nationwide anti-government protests shaking the country,…

Iran pardons or commutes sentence of 'large' number of prisoners, state media reports | CNN

Iran will pardon or commute the sentences of a large number of prisoners as part of an annual amnesty, state media reported Sunday, although it is unclear how this will apply to people arrested in the recent wave of protests.

Iran ex-President Khatami, former PM Mousavi call for political change amid protests | Al Arabiya English

Iran’s former president Mohammad Khatami and former premier Mir Hossein Mousavi have both called for

Iran acknowledges it has detained 'tens of thousands' in recent protests

The acknowledgement from the country's supreme leader follows months of anti-government protests sparked by the death of Masha Amini after her arrest by the coutnry's morality police.

Iran protests: Supreme leader acknowledges ‘tens of thousands’ of people detained - National | Globalnews.ca

A later IRNA report said the pardons and commuted sentences were for "tens of thousands of convicts, including the arrestees of the recent riots in Iran."

Iran acknowledges 'tens of thousands' detained in protests | CBC News

Iran's supreme leader has reportedly ordered an amnesty or reduction in prison sentences for "tens of thousands" of people detained amid nationwide anti-government protests. However, state media reports multiple exclusions, with the order not applying to anyone charged with spying.

Iran’s supreme leader pardons ‘tens of thousands’ of prisoners

Number includes some arrested in recent anti-government protests, reports say

Iran agrees to pardon ‘tens of thousands’ of jailed protesters

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