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- Visit to Israel Gets Filmmaker “Cleansed” from Iran's Cinema Museum 22 July 2013
- As Kabul Gets a Bomb Attack, the Taliban Open an Office in Doha 20 June 2013
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17 February 2014
Who are the people of Shiraz and what are their dreams? The world famous Humans of New York has inspired yet another local Facebook page.
14 February 2014
Demonstrators say the show was insulting to Bakhtiari people and the role its leaders played in Iran's Constitutional Revolution.
12 February 2014
The Baloch Sunni-muslim insurgent group Jaish al-Adl (Army of Justice) claimed responsibility and published a photo of the abducted soldiers through social media .
10 January 2014
What do citizens expect from their city officials? A new site polls Iranians about their views and shares results with decision-makers.
6 January 2014
Hope is alive in Iran for improving the situation for fellow citizens. Here are some of the campaigns we followed in 2013.
23 December 2013
A popular smart phone application that enables access to social media is now blocked in Iran.
15 December 2013
Even after the lifting of some sanctions, Iranians still have difficulty acquiring the medicines they need to thrive or survive.
24 November 2013
Thousands of Iranians poured comments of praise on the Facebook page of Iran's Foreign Minister thanking him for brokering a nuclear deal.
18 November 2013
Iran's Green Movement leaders, Mir Hossein Mousavi, Zahra Rahnavard and Mehdi Karoubi remain locked in their houses without trial or charges.
12 November 2013
When "making progress" during nuclear negotiations still means no deal, Iranians on Twitter share jokes about the comical side of things.