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Reformist MP Enquires About Students Detained in Iranian Protests

CHRI – Four Sufi Gonabadi Dervishes Detained Without Charge A member of the reformist women’s faction in Iran’s Parliament has publicly enquired about the condition of university students who were arrested since anti-state protests broke out in Iran on December 28, 2017.

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Imprisoned Baha’i Teacher Told to Repent in Exchange for Furlough

CHRI – The authorities of Evin Prison have told imprisoned Baha’i educator Azita Rafizadeh that she will only be considered for furlough if she apologizes for teaching online classes to members of her faith.

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Cyberweapons Now A ‘Core Tool’ Of Iranian Statecraft

RFL/RE — A new report by the Carnegie Endowment says Iran’s cyberoperations have become increasingly sophisticated and damaging to its adversaries and are now a prime policy tool for its security agencies.

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Controversial Exile Using Social Media To Try To Bring Down Iranian Government

RFL/RE – Some credit him with providing a crucial information platform for Iranian protesters as they take on the Iranian regime. Tehran, however, accuses him of inciting violence and spreading fake news.

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50 killed says Iran opposition, as mass protests enter ninth day

AL-Arabia – Protests that have rocked Iran have reached the ninth consecutive day on Friday amid rising calls for more demonstrations under the slogan “The Friday of Anger for our Martyrs” referring to the 50 protesters who were killed so far by Iranian security forces, according to the opposition.

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