Ramin Mostaghim is a special correspondent.
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Cuando Irán interrumpió Internet hace dos años, los expertos en tecnología pudieron encontrar una manera de volver a poner a los iraníes en línea. Esta vez, sin embargo, el gobierno iraní tuvo la ventaja, avivando los temores sobre el futuro de la libertad de Internet en la República Islámica.
When Iran disrupted the internet two years ago, tech experts were able to find a way to bring Iranians back online. This time, however, the Iranian government had the upper hand, stoking fears about the future of internet freedom in the Islamic Republic.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s government — once labeled as relatively moderate — is increasingly aligning with hard-line Islamic religious leaders.
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Thousands protest in Iranian cities for a second day after President Hassan Rouhani cuts gasoline subsidies. Clashes erupt in Tabriz and Sirjan, with at least one dead.
Iranian women have watched a FIFA soccer match after being allowed into a Tehran stadium for the first time in decades.
Public outcry over the death of a 29-year-old who set herself on fire after she was arrested for entering a stadium to watch a soccer match unveils Iran’s growing women’s rights movement and how it has changed in recent years
This is the third time Iran has dialed back its nuclear deal commitments, raising fears that there’s little time left to save the agreement.
People closely associated with former Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad say the ex-president manages his own Twitter account and writes his own tweets.
Iran’s economy is unlikely to collapse under U.S. sanctions. But people are suffering.