Zein Basravi

Zein Basravi

Middle East

Iran arrests currency traders as rial plummets

Police in Iran have arrested dozens of unlicensed money traders, as concerns grow over the currency's downward spiral against the dollar.

Iran arrests currency traders as rial plummets

Middle East

Iran marks 39th anniversary of Islamic Revolution

Iranians are celebrating 39 years since the revolution that overthrew Iran's monarchy and gave way to the country's Islamic system of government.

Iran marks 39th anniversary of Islamic Revolution

Middle East

Iran celebrating 39 years since Islamic Revolution

The overthrow of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi took place 39 years ago, but some Iranians say the teachings of revolutionary leader Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini are still relevant today.

Iran celebrating 39 years since Islamic Revolution

Pakistan

Pakistan: Blasphemy and the Mashal Khan verdict

Grieving family of lynched student says they are determined to keep fighting for justice.

Pakistan: Blasphemy and the Mashal Khan verdict

Pakistan

Pakistan: 31 convicted over student lynching

The lynching of a university student in Mardan, Pakistan, has prompted an examination of blasphemy cases and alleged police tolerance of vigilantism.

Pakistan: 31 convicted over student lynching

Iran

Protests, 2018 budget and public discourse in Iran

A month after protests erupted in Iran, there are signs that those who demonstrated in the streets may have had some success.

Protests, 2018 budget and public discourse in Iran

Iran

One month after Iran protests: A climate of uncertainty

Delegation of Iranian MPs are expected to visited suspected anti-government protesters on Sunday.

One month after Iran protests: A climate of uncertainty

Iran

Iran government promises to investigate the police

A number of Iranian MPs are promising to investigate reports of people who have been tortured and killed in police custody.

Iran government promises to investigate the police

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