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Iranian women have been fighting for freedom for four decades. Could this moment, asks Nosheen Iqbal, change everything?
The movement young women in Iran are leading is educated, liberal, secular, raised on higher expectations, and desperate for normality
For the first time since its founding, protests have the Islamic Republic on the back foot.
In a further attempt to rein in increasing numbers of women defying the compulsory dress code, Iranian authorities are installing cameras in public places and thoroughfares to identify and penalise unveiled women, the police announced on Saturday.
Unnamed person faces execution as part of crackdown on unrest triggered by death of Mahsa Amini
The long read: Three months after the uprising began, demonstrators are still risking their lives. Will this generation succeed where previous attempts to unseat the Islamic hardliners have been…
After a revolutionary mob torched Shahrinaw in 1979, the Iranian authorities erased all traces of the neighbourhood that had served as Tehran’s red-...
As a national uprising mounts against the Islamic Republic, young women wait for deceptively simple things, like the ability to wear their hair uncovered. For one writer, spending a month with his…
The air in Iran has been throbbing with revolutionary fire, and we, the exiled, can feel its warmth from afar.
An Iranian woman recalls the trauma she and other girls experienced in the aftermath of the 1979 revolution
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