U.S. President Barack Obama condemns the Iranian government's "unjust" treatment of protesters disputing the recent election results.
In a world when technology allows information to spread as a global wildfire and when our attentions are turned to the TinyURL, it becomes easy to miss the macro politics that may be playing out.
More arrests take place in Iran, a country caught in a situation of tension that could leave deep wounds in a republic that grapples with its past and future.
Jack Layton on Canada and Iran. The Global Detention Project. Capitalism-haters unite under one economy. Music from Colin Linden and Pamela Brennan.
The contest for power within Iran has not yet been resolved, though the opposition seems to be considering its options. A compilation of analytical articles are here gathered to provide some depth.
Tools of mass communication that were once the province of governments and corporations now fit in your pocket. As these tools have developed, so too has the ability to monitor, censor and block them.
Iranian communities and their supporters across Canada continue to demonstrate against the bloody repression carried out by Iran's regime. (Photo: John Bonnar)
The legal routes of opposition to Iran's election results appear to be closing as protests continue.
On Father’s Day, hundreds of demonstrators gathered at Queen’s Park in Toronto to show their solidarity with the Iranian people.
Jun 25, 2009
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Rally to show concern over crackdown on peaceful protests in Iran following election.