Kurds complain of ethnic, political and economic oppression.
Iran’s protests tell us that even when people are confronted with the power of the state they are still willing to risk everything.
Government tries to contain uprising -- disperse crowds, offer concessions, reject Trump criticism.
The report comes amid a diplomatic row between the Palestinians and US President Donald Trump over the latter’s recent changes to American policy on Jerusalem.
"Looks like they will not take it any longer. The USA is watching very closely for human rights violations!"
"Those who damage public property, violate law and order and create unrest are responsible for their actions and should pay the price."
As protests stretch into the third day across Iran many are left wondering what has fueled the spontaneous outburst and where it is going.
"Allah Akbar" call rescuers as they free young boy from collapsed building.
Israeli Minister: Demonstrations no surprise as Tehran wastes billions funding terrorism rather than investing in its people
Social Media erupted in support of the Iranian protesters and brings political leaders together such as US President Donald Trump, Israeli Minister of Public Security and the Last Prince of Iran.
Official Syrian state media reports that 153 people were evacuated to the Syrian south, which is controlled by the opposition.
Security forces confiscated a variety of explosive devices, automatic weapons and other items.
Social Media in Farsi and Arabic reported that the protesters are shouting the slogan 'not Gaza, Not Lebanon, my soul for Iran.'
In the past, Turkey has argued it would be easier to give the money directly to the government - something the EU rejects. The EU instead channels money through humanitarian organizations.
52 people were arrested in "price protests" across the country on Friday.