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Monthly Archives: April 2018

The unhidden agenda of Turkey and Iran in the region

Al-Arabia – Events in the Middle East are rapidly unfolding as alliances are becoming more intense and it is being recreated and formed again. Although such a situation was usual in the past, the speed today has clearly intensified as current affairs have become a major base of a new Cold War that has in fact begun and can easily …

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Iranian Workers Extend Protests Against Water Shortages, Salary Delays

VOA —Workers in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan have launched an extended protest against water shortages and nonpayment of wages. Social media users who contacted VOA Persian said farmers from the town of Bavi protested for a third straight day outside a local government building in nearby Ahvaz city on Monday. They said the farmers complained of not receiving enough …

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Iran: 12 Prisoners at Imminent Danger of Execution

IRAN HUMAN RIGHTS –  At least 12 death row prisoners have been transferred to solitary confinement in Rajai Shahr prison of Karaj in preparation for execution. It is believed that their sentence will be implemented on Wednesday, May 5. Iran Human Rights (IHR) warns against a new wave of execution in Iran. IHR’s spokesperson Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam said:” Iranian authorities use …

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Prisoner Known as “the Fake Postman” Scheduled to Be Executed

Iran Human Rights – At least one prisoner, named Seyyed Iman Hosseini Moqaddam, was transferred to solitary confinement. The prisoner, who was referred to as “the fake postman,” was sentenced to death on the charge of rape. However, the prisoner and his family believe that there is a political and economic reason for this charge.

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