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Iran starts exports from South Pars oil layer

PayvandNews – Iran exported the first cargo of crude oil to the tune of 700,000 barrels from the South Pars oil layer last week. Hamid Bovard, the managing director of Iranian Offshore Oil Company (IOOC), made the remarks in a press conference on the sidelines of Iran Oil Show 2017 in Tehran. A platform in Iran’s South Pars field in …

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Amnesty – Following 31 days of hunger strike in Tehran’s Evin prison, Iranian human rights defender Atena Daemi is in poor health, and requires immediate hospitalization. She has been unjustly imprisoned for her human rights activities since November 2016. Download report:

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Iran’s Rouhani tells conservative election rivals ‘your era is over’

AL-Arabia – Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani launched a scathing attack on his conservative election rivals on Monday, saying their era of “violence and extremism” was over. “The people of Iran shall once again announce that they don’t approve of those who only called for executions and jail throughout the last 38 years,” he told a packed stadium in the western …

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Houthis sold Yemen to Iran ‘cheaply,’ says Saleh party official

Al-Arabia – Adel al-Shuja, a member of the General People’s Congress which was the party of ousted President Ali Abdullah Saleh, accused the Houthis of selling Yemen to Iran for a cheap price. Shuja said on his Facebook page that the Houthis are linked to Iran as their statements scandalize them, adding that the slogan “death to America” is an …

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Student Imprisoned For Refusing to Collaborate With Intelligence Ministry Denied Medical Care

CHRI – Political prisoner Hamid Babaei is being refused hospital treatment by the authorities of Rajaee Shahr Prison in Karaj, west of Tehran, an informed source told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI). “Hamid’s chest pains started two weeks ago for unknown reasons,” the source told CHRI on May 5, 2017. “The prison clinic prescribed pain killers and …

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