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Pro-#Iran regime MEPs trample on EU voters’ democratic criteria

eureporter – After WWII, European voters have been taught to consider human right criteria as a priority, writes Hamid Bahrami. During the many electoral campaigns in the EU, candidates tout their ideas based on human values and democratic principles such as freedom, gender equality, justice, rule of law, and rejection of fundamentalism. In reality, however, these valuable words are seen …

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Political Prisoner Lights A Candle In Jail On Birthday Of Her Twins

RFL/RE – A political prisoner and deputy of Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran has celebrated the birthday of her children for the third time in prison, by lighting a candle. In an open letter from prison, Narges Mohammadi, 45, has lamented, “I do not have a real and clear image of my twins, anymore”. Ms. Mohammadi’s twins, Ali …

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Iranian Weightlifter Wins World Title, Breaks Records

RFL/RE – Iranian weightlifter Sohrab Moradi broke two world records to win the 94-kilogram class at the World Championships in Anaheim, California, on December 3.

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Iran Opens Extension Of Key Port

RFL/RE – Iran has officially opened an extension of its southeastern port of Chabahar, which Tehran hopes will become a key transit hub for land-locked Afghanistan and Central Asia. State TV said President Hassan Rohani attended the inauguration on December 3 along with dignitaries from India, Qatar, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and other countries. “Through this port, goods will be delivered to …

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France’s Macron Calls For Iraqi Dialogue, Dismantling of Iran-Backed Militia

RFL/RE – French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Iraq to dismantle all militias — including an Iran-backed military force – and for the government in Baghdad to open dialogue to ease tensions with Iraqi Kurdish leaders. Macron on December 2 told a news conference in Paris that “France calls for a constructive national dialogue to engage in Iraq.” Macron …

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