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# Iran

All time
Iran boss Queiroz calls Jurgen Klinsmann out on Twitter over 'their culture' comments
Two late, late goals earn Iran tear-soaked win over Wales
UN human rights council eyes investigation of Iran's crackdown on protests
Manager Queiroz says protesting Iran fans 'should stay at home'
England show World Cup credentials in game to be remembered for Iran's brave protest
Iran team do not sing national anthem before first World Cup game
Technical issues with Fifa tickets app causes delays ahead of England's opening game
Iran arrests two top actors who removed headscarves, state media reports
47 children among at least 378 killed in Iran crackdown, according to new toll
FactCheck: Iranian protesters have been arrested & killed, but 15,000 aren't sentenced to death
Oil tanker ‘hit by bomb-carrying drone’ off coast of Oman
US and UK sanction more than 30 Iranian officials and groups over crackdown on protesters
Group B Preview: England expect and Wales dream in tricky, politically-charged group
Iran issues first death sentence for Mahsa Amini 'riots'
At least 326 killed in Iran protest crackdown since Mahsa Amini's death in custody
Iran charges 11 over killing of paramilitary member at ceremony for slain protester
New Iran protests erupt in universities as MPs demand 'rioters' face 'eye for an eye' justice
Iran admits sending Russia drones but says before Ukraine war
Opinion: 'The protests in Iran could spell the end of four decades of injustice and deprivation'
Shamal Mirza
American VP Harris moves to remove Iran from UN women's commission
Iran orders probe into 'shocking' police brutality video
Iran plans public trials for 1,000 protesters in Tehran
Iranian security forces take aim at protest buildings
Iran security forces 'open fire' as thousands mourn Mahsa Amini
Fifteen dead in Iran attack on key Shiite Muslim shrine
The Explainer: Who is Mahsa Amini, and why has her death led to protests in Iran?
Iran mourners flock to Mahsa Amini's grave despite crackdown on protesters
Iran will not 'be indifferent' if Russia is using its drones in Ukraine
Shopkeepers and factory workers go on strike as protests in Iran enter sixth week
Coveney summons Iranian ambassador over events in Ukraine and Iran
Iranian greeted as hero after competing without hijab but activists fear it's 'state propaganda'
Concern mounts for Iranian climber who competed without hijab
Iran vows 'immediate' response to new EU sanctions following Mahsa Amini's death
Iran doubles official toll for Tehran prison fire deaths to eight
Student in Iran: 'Mahsa's death has lit a fire within - please do not forget us'
Fiadh in Iran
Iran tells Europe to take a 'realistic approach' to Mahsa Amini protests
Government approves plans for Iraq to establish embassy in Ireland
Analysis: The rights of women and girls in Ireland have come a long way - here's how far
Emma Bowie & Oileán Carter-Stritch
Iran’s crackdown on protests over Mahsa Amini death intensifies in Kurdish region
Iran state TV hacked with image of supreme leader in crosshairs