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Monthly Archives: June 2020

Iran Human Rights Monitor Monthly Report, May 2020

Iran-HRM – While the Coronavirus has been ravaging in various provinces across Iran, the regime’s security and judicial apparatus have heightened their persecution of minorities and political and civil rights activists. In May, many prisoners who were temporarily released have once again been returned to prison, aggravating the already horrid conditions in Iran’s notorious prisons. This is while there have …

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Iran Willing To Continue Fuel Shipments To Venezuela If Asked

RFL/RE – Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Abbas Musavi says Tehran will continue to export fuel to Venezuela if the South American country requests more supplies. Both Iran and Venezuela are under U.S. sanctions and Washington has sought to deter such shipments. “Iran practices its free trade rights with Venezuela and we are ready to send more ships if Caracas demands …

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What’s Behind Iran’s Fuel Shipment to Venezuela?

VOA – The arrival in Venezuela of five Iranian oil tankers is expected to ease the South American nation’s gasoline crisis, while challenging U.S. sanctions targeting both countries.   The Iranian fuel tankers began arriving in Venezuela last week under the protection of Venezuelan military forces, with the fifth cargo reportedly arriving on Sunday. Venezuela’s oil sector has been acutely damaged by …

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