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The Latest: No schedule yet for US-sought UN meeting on Iran

Jan 2, 2018

The country leading the U.N. Security Council says a U.S.-requested emergency meeting on protest-roiled Iran is under discussion, but not yet scheduled

Iran protests go on as social media apps blocked, 2 killed

Jan 1, 2018

Iran's largest protests in nearly a decade continue unabated as social media apps blocked, 2 killed and president acknowledges public anger

The Latest: Trump tweets new support for Iranian protesters

Dec 31, 2017

President Donald Trump is continuing to voice support for protesters in Iran, saying the government there is trying to throttle the demonstrations by cutting off communications

Protests in Iran fanned by exiled journalist, messaging app

Dec 31, 2017

Protests in Iran that began over economic woes now fanned by exiled journalist, messaging app

Iran state TV says authorities temporarily block Instagram, messaging app Telegram to 'maintain peace' amid protests

Dec 31, 2017

Iran state TV says authorities temporarily block Instagram, messaging app Telegram to 'maintain peace' amid protests

New economic protests in Tehran challenge Iran's government

Dec 31, 2017

A wave of spontaneous protests over Iran's weak economy has swept into Tehran

Videos show Egypt's church gunman calmly walking away

Dec 30, 2017

Video clips circulating on social media on Saturday show the gunman who opened fire outside an Egyptian church and a nearby store owned by a Copt in an attack that killed at least nine people walking armed and unchallenged

Turkey's leader slams UAE over 'forefathers' retweet

Dec 20, 2017

Turkish's president is railing against the United Arab Emirates' foreign minister who retweeted a post that accused the Turkish leader's Ottoman "forefathers" of mistreating Arabs and stealing manuscripts from the holy city of Medina

Saudi Arabia to allow movie theaters after decades of ban

Dec 11, 2017

Saudi Arabia to allow movie theaters next year, for first time in more than 35 years

Prosecutors seek prison term for ex-Miss Turkey

Dec 7, 2017

Turkey's state-run news agency says prosecutors are seeking a maximum one year prison term for a former beauty queen who was stripped of her crown over a social media posting deemed to be "insulting" to the victims of last year's failed coup

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