After refusing to wear the hijab and being denied hospital treatment by Iran's morality police, activist Narges Mohammadi continues her hunger strike.
Although Tehran, Iran's capital, has a record of torture, oppression and executions, the regime was appointed Chair of the UN Human Rights Council Social Forum.
The victim suffered "severe injuries" after being attacked by Iran's morality police on the Tehran subway.
According to a US State Department report, Hamas is one of the richest organisations in the world, generating more than $500 in funding from Iran, taxes and Islamist charities.
The Iranian authorities have intensified the punishments for those refusing the hijab, which threatens women and girls being treated as second-class citizens.
It has not even been a year since the death of Mahsa Amini, and the Iranian authorities have already brought back their morality police.
Brazil's national women's football team arrive in Australia for the Women's World Cup and make a stand for the 'Women, Life, Freedom' movement in Iran.
In a shocking incident reported from Afghanistan, nearly 80 schoolgirls were poisoned and hospitalised in two separate incidents reported over the weekend.
The "women, life, freedom" protests continue throughout the country, women continue to refuse the hijab and dancing is a new symbol of protest.
Thousands of women from different parts of the world have come out in support of the Iranian teenagers.
The Iranian government was forced to launch an inquiry after several reports claimed that hundreds of schoolgirls were being poisoned.
Iran's deputy health minister, Younes Panahi, has confirmed reports that claimed schoolgirls in some of the cities were being poisoned.
The West on Monday stepped up pressure on Iran over its crackdown on protests as the United States, European Union and United Kingdom imposed fresh sanctions on Tehran.
The changing world order: the actions of several countries have the potential to affect the global order
The actions and potential implications of several countries, including Russia, North Korea, China, and Iran indicates that change is occurring in these countries and their actions have the potential to affect the global order. The US has the power and capability to assist and influence events in these countries, but should do so in a way that avoids being perceived as meddling. The US should work to deter expansionist behavior by China in the Indo-Pacific region and to calm tensions with North Korea.
Britain has demanded Tehran halt what foreign minister James Cleverly has called a "politically motivated" execution.
Iran has shut down a Tehran-based French institute over cartoons of its supreme leader published in the French magazine Charlie Hebdo.
Several top football players were detained by Iranian police on New Year's Eve in Tehran.
Sara Khadem is reportedly planning to settle in Spain after photos of her taking part in an international tournament without a hijab went viral.
Supporters of a Belgian aid worker being held in Iran staged a Christmas Day protest in Brussels to demand his immediate release, with a spokesman questioning why a prisoner swap treaty was stalled.
The UK on Tuesday announced new sanctions against senior Russian military commanders, as well as Iranians involved in the producing and supplying drones to target Ukraine.
A 23-year-old man was executed in a public hanging carried out in the city of Mashhad, Iran.
All non-critical infrastructure in the Ukrainian port of Odesa was without power after Russia used Iranian-made drones to hit two energy facilities, leaving 1.5 million people without power, officials said on Saturday.
Britain on Friday announced wide-ranging sanctions against 30 targets worldwide, including officials in Iran accused of pursuing "egregious sentences" against anti-regime protesters.
The five sentenced to death were convicted of "corruption on earth" -- one of the most serious offences under Islamic sharia law in Iran.
The news was treated with scepticism by some Iranians on social media, including those who expressed fears its role would be taken over by another unit.
A 27-year-old man was reportedly shot dead by Iranian security forces for celebrating his national football team's defeat against the US in the FIFA World Cup.