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Pentagon says Iran is behind MuddyWater hacking group

Al-Monitor – The United States military identified Iranian intelligence as being behind a group of hackers widely known as MuddyWater on Wednesday, confirming previous reports by private cybersecurity groups. MuddyWater has reportedly attacked both government and private enterprise networks in the Middle East, but has also targeted organizations in the United States. The group, also believed to be known as Seedworm, Static Kitten, …

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IOPHR’s Statement regarding the Death of Baktash Abtin

Shabtabnews – In a statement IOPHR reminded the world that based on the past evidence of the Iranian Regime’s inhuman action, it’s likely that the regime will continue to exploit the current Corona crisis as means of stealth massacre of Iranian ideological and political prisoners like the death of Baktash Abtin. The statement also stated ” countless prisoners of conscience, …

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Iranian Employee In U.K. After Being Freed, British Council Says

RFL/RE – The British Council says an Iranian female employee convicted of spying for Israel has been acquitted by a court and is now free and has arrived in the United Kingdom. Aras Amiri, who worked for the council’s London office, was sentenced to 10 years in jail in 2019. The British Council said on January 12 that an appeal …

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‘Bus Sleepers’: Impoverished Iranians Find Shelter In Tehran’s Night Buses

RFL/RE – A homeless mother and her young child sleep on a night bus as it weaves through the empty streets of the Iranian capital, Tehran. The pair are among a growing number of Iranians who are resorting to sleeping in public buses out of economic desperation. Photos of the mother and daughter have gone viral on social media, serving …

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Iranian Parents Take On Powerful Revolutionary Guard As They Seek Justice Over Jet’s Downing

RFL/RE – Two years after Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC) shot down a Ukrainian passenger plane over Tehran, families of the victims are still searching for answers and seeking justice. Among them are Iranian university professors Mohsen Asadi-Lari and his wife, Zahra Majd, who lost two of their children in the crash. Mohammad Asadi-Lari, 23, and his 21-year-old sister, …

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