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Revised Law Could Save Thousands on Death Row in Iran

CHRI – Up to 5,000 people facing death in Iran could be saved as a result of a recently revised law–but there’s a catch. Here’s the story of an emerging Iranian policy regarding capital punishment.

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Iranian women steadfast in campaign to attend soccer matches

Al-Monitor – was in the Italian city of Milan on April 15, 2015, when I decided to attend the local soccer match at San Siro Stadium. Milan had been one my favorite teams since childhood, and San Siro seemed like a good choice for my first time seeing a soccer game live at an arena. Since emigrating from Iran in 2012, I had often …

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“Iranian Women’s Movement Museum” inauguration: “From Evin With Love”

PayvandNews – In light of International Women’s Day, the exhibition “From Evin, With Love” will open on March 9, 2018 in The Hague, Netherlands, presenting the handicrafts of Imprisoned Iranian women activists. The exhibition will run through April 6, 2018 and will feature a number of prominent Iranian and foreign speakers as well as a performance by Nasrin Hobby & Ensemble.

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Iranian Says Secure Nuclear Deal Before Talks On ‘Other Issues’

RFL/RE – A senior Iranian official says the West must ensure that the 2015 nuclear deal is a success before his country can begin to discuss other issues affecting the Middle East region. Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi told a conference in Paris on February 8 that the key to future negotiations on matters such as Tehran’s regional activities and …

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UN rights experts urge Iran to annul death sentence against Ahmadreza Djalali

OHCHR – United Nations human rights experts* have repeated their urgent call to Iran to annul the death sentence against Iranian academic Ahmadreza Djalali amid reports that his latest legal attempt to challenge the sentence has been rejected.

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