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EU, US Officials Plan Berlin Talks On Iran Nuclear Deal -Source

RFK/RE – European and U.S. officials are planning to meet in Berlin in March for talks on Iran’s 2015 nuclear deal with world powers, a German Foreign Ministry source said on Wednesday.

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Iran’s Unpaid Workers Continue Strike As One Commits Suicide

RFL/RE – Hundreds of Iranian steel workers continued their protest gathering in front of the local governor’s office in Ahvaz in southern Iran on Wednesday February 28. On the same day a frustrated sugar cane plant worker took his own life after months of unpaid work. The steel workers called on their employer, the National Iranian Steel Industry Group, to …

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Women Spectators Arrested For Attending Football Match In Tehran’s Azadi Stadium

Iran-HRM – Two women who were attempting to enter the Azadi Stadium to watch 86th Tehran Derby were arrested on Thursday, March 1, according to the state-run Tasnim news agency. Iranian women are banned from entering stadiums. A few months ago, one of the top ayatollahs declared that the issue is out of question and women must not enter stadiums …

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Iran: Hunger Striking Golrokh Iraee’s Health In Serious Decline

Iran-HRM – 27 days into her hunger strike, political prisoner Golrokh Iraee is in dire health condition. Atena Daemi and Golrokh Iraee were unlawfully transferred on January 24, 2018, from Evin Prison and banished to the notorious Qarchak Prison in Varamin. They started a hunger strike after 10 days when officials did not heed their demand to be returned to …

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Iran: Another College Student Targeted In Wave Of Arrests

Iran-HRM – Parisa Rafie, a civil activist and college student studying Fine Arts was arrested on February 25, 2018 outside Tehran University’s Quds gate. After four days, the family of the 21-year-old student of photography have been informed that she is being detained in Evin Prison. At least 14 students of Tehran University have been arrested in the wave of …

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