By Pooya Stone
The International community has re-launched on the 100th day the case of the downing of the Ukrainian plane by Iran’s Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) which had killed 176 innocent people.
By Jubin Katiraie
Iranian political prisoner Saeed Sangar has been sentenced to another 15 years in prison, after already spending 20 years behind bars.
The four million female breadwinners in Iran, most of whom live under the poverty line, are suffering from double the economic pressure at the moment and the situation is so bad that even the state-run media are reporting on it.
By Jubin Katiraie
There are shocking reports from Sepidar Prison in Iran that at least 50 women are infected with the coronavirus, but there is no doctor to treat them and no medicine to give them.
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Iran’s Ardabil prison is endangering the lives of prisoners because the government is failing to take basic precautions to slow the spread.
The Iranian regime's prisons and detention centers were one of the most vulnerable centers of the coronavirus due to the criminal negligence of the regime’s officials.
By Pooya stone
An elderly Iranian political prisoner remains locked up in Raja’i Shahr Prison of Karaj despite the supposed Persian New Year directive by the Judiciary to free all prisoners aged 70 or over because of the coronavirus threat.
A female political prisoner has revealed that the authorities are intensifying pressure on female political prisoners by transferring them to Qarchak Prison in Varamin, the notorious women’s prison that she is held in.
Despite an outcry from the international community and several human rights organizations against the use of capital punishment in Iran, the world still sees an increasing amount of images of hangings being carried out, ones that are justified by the Iranian regime as being a righteous duty for them.
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On April 14, human rights activists acknowledged more than 100 Iranian prisoners have been infected with the coronavirus in Urmia prison, northwestern Iran.
Principally, the internet and free information are inconsistent with the nature of authoritarian rules such as Iran’s theocratic government.
Iranian security forces arrested scores of Arabs, including several children, in the oil-rich province of Khuzestan at the end of last month.
At the end of every month, the Iran Human Rights Monitor (HRM) produces a report into the human rights abuses in Iran over that month and then we produce a summary.
Iranian military forces killed one porter and injured two others in the border regions of Urmia, West Azerbaijan Province, on Sunday.
Iranian political prisoner Akbar Bagheri has been hemorrhaging for three weeks now, which has made him seriously weak, but he is also in danger of catching coronavirus (COVID-19) because the authorities at the Greater Tehran Penitentiary are holding him on a ward with suspected patients.
The ayatollahs’ cover-up of the coronavirus entry to Iran not only endangered the lives and health of the Iranian people but also resulted in a rapid expansion of the pandemic in neighboring countries and even the world.
The Iranian government is refusing to release prisoners, especially political prisoners, despite the Coronavirus pandemic and the real threat of it spreading easily through the overcrowded and unhygienic prisons.
The mullahs’ desperate attempt to downplay their past abuses could signal that more crimes against humanity are on the horizon, according to the president of the International Committee In Search of Justice (ISJ).
In the last few days, courts in Iran have handed down the prison and flogging sentences to several of the people arrested during January 2020 protests over the downing of Ukrainian airliner flight PS752.
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