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It's holiday season in Iran. But economic sanctions mean no one can afford to go anywhere.
While some in Iran are getting out while they can, others are embracing their complicated country.
Given the recent heightening of tensions in Iran, Ahmadinejad’s anniversary speech was both surprisingly short and mild in tone.
Belligerent rhetoric, new US financial sanctions make many worry about confrontation with West.
Despite rising rhetoric among US and Israeli officials, Iranians don't think war is likely.
Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad is moderate compared to those in Iran trying to unseat him.
Part 1: With street demonstrations in Iran effectively crushed, a desire for change is now expressed in music.
Part 2: Painting has become one of the leading means of protest in Iran.
Part 3: Despite government restrictions, there is a renaissance taking place in Iranian photography, art and music.
With street demonstrations in Iran effectively crushed, music, photography and painting are now a leading way to express a desire for change.
Egypt plays center role during anniversary of Islamic Revolution in Iran.
Using both cash handouts and increased security, Iran avoids a public backlash.
Little unrest — so far — after Iran President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad cuts longstanding subsidies.
A reeling economy and memories of violence hang in the air as Iran observes Shiite holiday.
Analysis: Iran is reeling domestically and in need of some relief internationally. Unfortunately, the US doesn't yet see this.
Iran president responds after being pummeled by regional leaders in leaked cables.
Sanctions hit Persian rug industry, a major source of jobs in Iran.
Iranians believe economic sanctions will hurt only them, not the country's leadership.