The actress responded on Twitter by telling her followers: ‘Keep calm and yes, I am feminist’
Iran has said that there are not enough safety measures in place to protect citizens after more than 400 Iranians died outside Mecca last year
The unidentified woman wanted to see her favourite team play in a match
Around 35 men and women were sentenced to 99 lashes each after being found 'dancing and jubliating'
'We are taking this very seriously,' says the spokesman for the Organized Cyberspace Crimes Unit
A model who was among the eight arrested was forced to publicly apologise
Reza Hosseini was one of four people executed on 3 May in a northern Iran prison over drugs related charges
The French photographer discusses his documentation of a lesser-known side to Iranian culture
Nazanin's British husband tells David Cameron: 'Please, do whatever you can to bring my wife home and bring my daughter home'
Shirani made claims of alleged harassment and sexism in her workplace after fleeing Iran with her young son. She spoke to the Independent from a secret location about the reality of maintaining a high-profile role in a society where women are deliberately disempowered
Several other dual-nationality citizens or expatriates have been arrested on returning to visit Iran
'When compulsory hijab affects all women, then all women should raise their voice,' the campaign's leader said
Adults can be punished by death for homosexuality
Persistently low oil prices have wreaked havoc on economies reliant on oil
Kashmira Gander talks to the women behind a Hackney restaurant offering not only employment but a creative outlet
At least 1,634 people were executed in 2015 – a rise of 54%, according to an Amnesty report