The social media company removed 82 pages, groups and accounts on Facebook and Instagram that represented themselves as being from American or British citizens, then posted on "politically-charged" topics.
Facebook published a few example posts Friday, which were critical of the Trump administration as well as British Prime Minister Theresa May.
Facebook also received criticism earlier this month when it wiped out more than 800 political and alt-media accounts with millions of followers in the course of a purge.
The accounts and groups taken down held a total of 7 events, and bought just 2 paid aids.
Facebook has reportedly identified and suspended a number of pages, groups, and accounts, which originated in Iran, accused of sharing politically charged content meant to sow discord and division.
At that time, Twitter culled 284 accounts, while Facebook got rid of 254 pages and 392 accounts across its flagship platform and its Instagram service. The company said that all the affected accounts were linked with "unauthentic" activities. "We can't say for sure who is responsible", Gleicher added.
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Facebook said it spotted coordinated activity between the accounts only a week ago, and moved quickly to stop it, given the looming US elections.
Unlike a batch of Iranian propaganda Facebook identified in August, these messages appeared more varied, with anti-Israel and anti-Saudi Arabia commentary mixed in, it said.
Slightly more than a million accounts followed at least one of the pages, with the majority of the engagement taking place over the past year, according to Facebook. In August, the social network removed 600 Pages and accounts originating from Russian Federation and Iran for engaging in "inauthentic behaviour". Last week, Iran dismissed the accusation of trying to influence voters ahead of the United States midterm election as "false" and caused by an "unknown illusion".
Accounts involved in the influence campaign hosted seven real-world events, but Gleicher did not reveal details about them.
"Facebook's discovery and exposure of additional nefarious Iranian activity on its platforms so close to the midterms is an important reminder that both the public and private sector have a shared responsibility to remain vigilant as foreign entities continue their attempts to influence our political dialogue online", Schiff said in a statement.
The posts, on Facebook and Instagram, received large numbers of shares and replies, Ben Nimmo of the Atlantic Council's Digital Forensic Research Laboratory said. A review of the content posted by the accounts has not yet been completed, Gleicher said.