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Iran: Deprived workers offer their kidneys for sale due to extreme...

A group of workers in Kerman, southern Iran, have recently posted a big banner announcing that they are offering their kidneys for sale due...
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Iran to deal with “unconventional” clothing manufacturers

The head of the Clothing Union on August 21, 2017 cited dealing with the manufacturers and suppliers of unconventional clothing with the help of...
Iran: 41 percent of imprisoned men and 25 percent of imprisoned women are drug offenders

Iran: 41 percent of imprisoned men and 25 percent of imprisoned...

The head of the Prison Organization, Asghar Jahangir, said in a Judiciary meeting that 41 percent of male prisoners in Iran and 25 percent...
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Iran shows reaction to European Parliament statement on human rights

Hundreds of EU parliamentarians have recently condemned the human rights abuses in Iran. In reaction to this statement, Iran's Foreign Affairs Ministry spokesperson made a...
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Iran Backs Out of UNESCO’s 2030 Education Agenda

"Iran has stopped carrying out the UNESCO 2030 Agenda after opposition of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei and it will not be resumed until removal...
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Iran: Women’s national futsal team player, denied because of veil

A member of Iranian women's futsal team, Shiva Amini was deprived of sport after being photographed without veil in a friendly game abroad. Shiva Amini...
Iran: Intelligence agents threaten Maryam Karimbeigi

Iran: Intelligence agents threaten Maryam Karimbeigi

Agents of the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) have called Maryam Karimbeigi and threatened to burn their house. Maryam's mother, Shahnaz Akmali, was arrested on January...
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Iran: imprisoned woman in uncertain conditions

Shahnaz Akmali, the mother of Mostafa Karimbeigi, killed by Iranian security forces back in the 2009 uprisings, was arrested on Wednesday, January 25th and...
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Iran sets bail for activist woman’s freedom

Shahnaz Akmali, the mother of Mostafa Karimbeigi, killed by Iranian security forces back in the 2009 uprisings, has been arrested on Wednesday, January 25th...

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