Zein Basravi

Zein Basravi

Iran

Iran's wealth gap: tens of millions struggle to get by

The recent anti-government demonstrations in Iran exposed the growing divide between rich and poor.

Iran's wealth gap: tens of millions struggle to get by

Iran

What unblocking Telegram app means to Iranians

With an estimated 40 million users, app's shutdown by authorities had a serious effect on the lives of many Iranians.

What unblocking Telegram app means to Iranians

Iran

Iran unblocks Telegram messaging app as protests wane

As protests in Iran die down, the government has unblocked a popular app activists were using to share information.

Iran unblocks Telegram messaging app as protests wane

Iran

Iran nuclear deal: Tehran reacts to Trumps threats

Al Jazeera spoke to locals in the Iranian capital to get their views on the nuclear deal and the bellicose US rhetoric.

Iran nuclear deal: Tehran reacts to Trumps threats

Middle East

Iran leaders shift focus to defending nuclear deal

Officials criticise US policy on Iran and reinforce their position on 2015 nuclear deal, in apparent coordinated effort.

Iran leaders shift focus to defending nuclear deal

Iran

Iran warns atomic agency if US reneges on nuclear deal

Iran and the EU wish to continue the nuclear agreement, but the Trump administration has baulked at certifying the agreement and the US Congress is considering new sanctions.

Iran warns atomic agency if US reneges on nuclear deal

Middle East

Pro-government rallies in Iran ahead of United Nations meeting

Large shows of public support for the government in Tehran have continued, while the anti-government protests seemed to have wanned.

Pro-government rallies in Iran ahead of United Nations meeting

Iran

Iranian MP: 'Nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's strategy'

World powers jumped into action when Iran began a homegrown nuclear programme. But Naghavi Hosseini, an Iranian MP, has told Al Jazeera that the international panic about building nuclear weapons was based on a myth.

Iranian MP: 'Nuclear weapons have no place in Iran's strategy'

Middle East

Iranians react to Trump's travel ban

And though Iranians may resent the US government’s new visa restrictions, how they feel about America as a country is a little different.

Iranians react to Trump's travel ban

Nuclear weapons

India and Pakistan: Rivals in a nuclear arms race

The rivalry between India and Pakistan has been in place since the split that created two separate nations in 1947.

India and Pakistan: Rivals in a nuclear arms race

Asia

Pakistan strikes deal with protesters in Islamabad

Some are describing it as the capitulation of the government to Muslim protesters.

Pakistan strikes deal with protesters in Islamabad

Asia

Pakistan faces criticism over handling of anti-blasphemy protests

Pakistan's government is facing criticism for the way it handled protests against a minister who was accused of blasphemy.

Pakistan faces criticism over handling of anti-blasphemy protests