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Climate change risks Iran's hydroelectric power generation

A persistent drought blamed on the climate crisis has reduced Iran's ability to produce hydroelectric energy. The government is struggling to keep the lights on in a country which has one of the cheapest electricity prices in the world. It's introduced controversial measures to try to prevent the sort of power shortages that caused mass protests last year. Reza Hatami reports.

Iran: Life Under Sanctions in 2020 - Documentary

Iran: Life Under Sanctions in 2020 - Documentary

Pompeo warns any arm sales to Iran will lead to sanctions

Pompeo warns any arm sales to Iran will lead to sanctions

Is coronavirus in Iran under control?

Is coronavirus in Iran under control?

Iran Plane Crash: Passenger plane goes down in southern Iran

Iran Plane Crash: Passenger plane goes down in southern Iran

Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

Police chief and nine elite officers removed from posts

The race heats up for space dominance

The race heats up for space dominance

Türkiye, Libya sign hydrocarbon deal

Türkiye, Libya sign hydrocarbon deal

German village bucking energy crisis

German village bucking energy crisis

North Korea conducts longest-range missile test yet over Japan

North Korea conducts longest-range missile test yet over Japan

Rumkale fortress standing test of time

Rumkale fortress standing test of time

Detroit Airport unveils parallel reality

Detroit Airport unveils parallel reality

Lebanon running dry of clean water

Lebanon running dry of clean water

Nominations for coveted prize set to begin this week

Nominations for coveted prize set to begin this week

Türkiye, Libya sign memorandums on gas, hydrocarbons

Türkiye, Libya sign memorandums on gas, hydrocarbons

Polls closed in presidential, national and regional elections

Polls closed in presidential, national and regional elections

Lula and Bolsonaro headed for run-off

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