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One Killed, Several Wounded As IRGC Open Fire On Flood Stricken Locals

Iran-HRM -At least one protester was reported killed and several others were wounded in Iran as the Revolutionary Guards (IRGC) on Wednesday opened fire on angry locals in villages around the southwestern town of Susangerd and Dashte Azadegan in Khuzestan province. The IRGC had opened flood dams built by the locals in a nearby area to prevent floodwaters from entering …

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Iran Human Rights Monitor Monthly Report – March 2019

Iran Human Rights Monitor Monthly Report – March 2019 Introduction Devastating flash floods wash away lives and properties In the final days of March and the beginning of the Persian New Year, Iran was hit by a wave of rainstorms which caused devastating flash floods throughout the country. Dozens of cities and villages drowned and thousands of people lost everything they had. …

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Report: US Experts Tie Iran-Linked Group to 2 Cyberattacks on Britain

VOA – Britain’s Sky News says U.S.-based cybersecurity experts have found that a group linked to Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps has carried out two cyberattacks on British institutions in recent years. A Wednesday report by the British news agency said the California-based cyber experts, whom it did not identify, determined that a suspected IRGC-linked group was behind a previously undisclosed attack …

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Iran’s Zarif Calls Europe Incapable of Bypassing US Sanctions

VOA — Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Wednesday European powers were incapable of bypassing sanctions imposed on Tehran by the U.S. after it withdrew from the Iran nuclear deal. Iran and six world powers agreed on a deal in 2015 that severely restricted Tehran’s nuclear activities in return for sanctions relief and economic incentives. However, President Donald Trump withdrew …

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International Red Cross Denies It Spoke of US Sanctions Impeding Aid to Iran

VOA – The International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) has denied remarks attributed to its president by Iran’s Foreign Minister Javad Zarif, about U.S. sanctions impeding flood relief assistance. In an interview with Radio Farda, Ignatius Ivlev-Yorke, public relation officer of ICRC said that the president of the organization Peter Maurer never mentioned any specific country when he spoke …

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