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Monthly Archives: May 2018

Iran: 37,000 Marriage Under 15

Iran-HRM – Parvaneh Salahshori, the head of Majlis’s (parliament) women’s fraction said: “Statistics show that during last year 37,000 girls have married while under 15. In this time interval 2000 women have either divorced or become widows.” Iran-HRM – Parvaneh Salahshori, the head of Majlis’s (parliament) women’s fraction said: “Statistics show that during last year 37,000 girls have married while …

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Iran: Prisoner Executed At Rajaee-Shahr Prison In Karaj

Iran-HRM – On Wednesday morning, May 9, 2018, a prisoner was executed at Gohardasht (Rajaee Shahr) Prison of Karaj, west of Tehran. The prisoner convicted of intentional murder and sentenced to execution (nemesis) is identified as “Reza Hamidi”. Reza was transferred from ward ten of this prison to solitary confinement on May 7th. An informed source said: “Reza was condemned …

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U.S., Despite Dropping Nuclear Deal, Still Wants UN Inspections In Iran

RFL/RE – The White House wants UN inspections of Iran’s nuclear sites to continue, despite President Donald Trump’s withdrawal from the 2015 agreement that authorized those inspections, U.S. officials have said. Days after Trump walked away from the deal and its mandate for rigorous scrutiny of Iranian facilities, senior administration officials said on May 10 that he wants monitoring to …

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US, UAE Act to Disrupt Funding for Iran’s Revolutionary Guard Corps

VOA – The United States and the United Arab Emirates acted Thursday to disrupt a currency exchange network under which they said hundreds of millions of dollars had been transferred to Iran’s Revolutionary Guards’ Qods Force to fund their insurgent operations in the Middle East. The U.S. Treasury sanctioned nine Iranian individuals and entities it said were involved in transferring …

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