Government crackdown continues as more than 105 killed, journalists attacked and offices of critical media reported burned
They were the first major deadly protests for more than a year.
PA backtracks, agrees to receive reduced tax funds.
The elephant in the room cannot be ignored: Someone in Iraq’s government told a section of the security forces to use live-fire to kill protesters.
The girls are sold to men for as little as an hour by Shia clerics
The group, dubbed "Phosphorous" attacked 241 accounts, though none of the compromised ones were linked to the Trump campaign in the end
"There is no work, you come to protest, they fire at you. Live gunfire. They are all Iranian speaking in Farsi. You want to speak to them they answer in Farsi. The Iraqis would not fire at you."
Giuliani said at the International Conference on the Future of Iran that "Iran is an occupied country, it is also the biggest state sponsor of terrorism in the world.
Iranian authorities had assured world governing body FIFA that women would be allowed to attend the game and have set aside sections of the stadium for women.
Turkey continues to threaten to invade eastern Syria, even as US now says it will leave if Turkey attacks
The protests began on October 1 in the wake of Iraqi Prime Minister Adel Abdul Mahdi sidelining a popular Counter-Terrorism service commander.
Ayatollah Sistani in Iraq expresses sympathy for protests and calls on government to address corruption
"I don't believe that they're drawing back at all," Vice Admiral Jim Malloy, commander of the U.S. Navy's Bahrain-based Fifth Fleet, said in an interview.
The Russian Embassy in Tehran stated that they are aware of the incident and are trying to find out more.
Diplomats say Iran has been stonewalling the agency over the uranium particles found in environmental samples taken at what Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu called a "secret atomic warehouse."
France's Foreign Ministry on Thursday demanded Iran release dual national Fariba Adelkhah, a senior research fellow at Sciences Po university in Paris, who was detained on unspecified charges.
It was the first known meeting since U.S. President Donald Trump halted peace negotiations last month.
The Iranian regime-controlled PressTV wrote that "in an online statement on Wednesday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Mousavi condemned the remarks by Uwe Becker."
The Palestinian national football team will play against its Saudi counterpart in the West Bank for the World Cup qualifiers
Details of the assassination plot, as told by Iran seem to indicate a different message than the one they are actively putting forth