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Sanctions have long been in place against Iran, restricting its global economic links. But uncovering a lucrative black market trade across the country's borders, we ask who the sanctions are really affecting?
Before the UN General Assembly had even begun serious debate, anti-Semitic remarks by Ahmadinejad had ignited a firestorm of controversy. As tensions simmer, this report looks at both sides of the story.
Mohammed Mostafaei is the most famous political exile in the world. He's a lawyer and was forced to flee Iran after defending Sakineh Ashtiani from death by stoning. Still defiant despite exile, he speaks here.
The music of Iranian idol Sharjarian has become a battle cry for the opposition. His worldwide popularity has given him the freedom to speak his mind. In Australia with his musicians he allows himself to be drawn into politics.
Her films have divided Iran, led to her arrest and seen her charged with four crimes that carry the death penalty. But Iranian filmmaker Tahmineh Milani refuses to be silenced.
The fiercely Islamic Republic of Iran, is perhaps the last place you would expect to find a large Jewish community. But despite political use of anti-semitic, anti-Israeli slogans, Iran's Jews appear remarkably free.
It's a taxi company with a difference. The newly formed Women's Taxi company in Tehran only employs women drivers and will only accept female passengers.
President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad came to power promising to reform the economy. But it's nuclear policies that now define his premiership. What do Iranians think of his leadership?