As Iran's new prsident is preparing to take office and protests happen on daily basis, media warns of a dramatic rise in the already high inflation rate.
Protests continued on Monday in several Iranian cities, with demostrators shouting "death to the dictator" with burning tires and blocking roads, while arrests continued.
The Tokyo 2020 games has led to political controversy among Iranians over athletes who defected and a medal winner who is accused of being in the Revolutionary Guard.
A sudden large demonstration erupted in the Iranian capital Tehran Monday morning, with protesters chanting that clerics “should get lost”.
The Wall Street Journal has said that Iran’s demand to make a future withdrawal of the United States from a revived nuclear deal contingent on UN approval is unconstitutional.
Reports from Iran say arrests of protesters continue in Khuzestan Province and in Tabriz where a large demonstration took place on Saturday in support of Khuzestan protesters.
Two well-known economists in Iran have said that President-elect Ebrahim Raisi's administration needs to deal with US sanctions and have a well-defined economic policy.
Politicians and pundits in Iran are anxiously waiting to see the make up of the new president's cabinet, which they say will face an uphill battle on fixing the economy.
For the tenth consecutive night protesters came out in four cities in Iran's Khuzestan Province to confront thousands of security forces who used tear gas and live ammunition.
A large crowd gathered in one of Iran's largest cities Tabriz in the north on Saturday to voice support for protesters in Khuzestan Province in the south.