After forty years, the Islamic regime in Iran has not acted as normal regime and the mullahs ruling Iran have always been against people and have used everything in their power to restrict people
Speaking at the 18th Congress of Mardomsalari Party on December 2, an influential reformist politician said members of the Iran’s Expediency Council are under immense pressure to reject the bills that will allow Iran to join UN anti-money laundering conventions
Soon, Iran’s sixth and last deadline for joining the Financial Action Task Force (FATF) will expire in February 2020
These days, Iran is wrestling with economic crises it has never seen before. Authorities endeavor to rescue the country’s banking system as a part of their obstacles by resorting to innovations like the establishment of development banks
A top IRGC commander has called for legal action against President Hassan Rouhani and his administration, saying they have ignored the people’s demands
The United Nations agency for Palestinian refugees, UNRWA, is facing an unprecedented financial crisis, reports Turkey’s Anadolu news outlet
Since Friday, massive protests have spread to more than 100 cities across Iran, in response to a sudden rise in gas prices. An estimated 100 banks and 57 shops have burned down
The sanctions against Iran are obviously working as Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has again called for the United States to return to the 2015 nuclear deal, the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action
On Sunday, November 10, the Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani delivered a controversial speech in Yazd province. Rouhani intended to react against the detention of his brother Hossein Fereydoun (Rouhani) on corruption charges
An Iranian regime’s environment official has admitted that the vast majority of environmental problems in Iran have occurred in the last 25 years and that the entire country was under threat. Ahmad Reza Lahijanzadeh, the Marine Environment and Wetlands deputy director of Iran’s Department of Environment, explained that more of the damage done to the environment was the result of “development programs” implemented since 1994.
A Revolutionary Court judge in Iran says three suspects in a legal case involving financial corruption at Bank Mellat (Nation Bank) have fled Iran and currently live in London and somewhere in Switzerland.