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Iran’s car output rises over 39%

PayvandNews – The number of automobiles manufactured in Iran during the first nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (ending December 20) registered a 39.1 percent increase compared to the same period last year, Tasnim news agency reported. Some 949, 497 vehicles of various types have been produced by the Iranian auto makers in the said time. From the …

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Asalouyeh featuring Iran’s petrochemical progress

PayvandNews – Iranian port of Asalouyeh demonstrated some of its new changes to a group of reporters and journalists who visited the area during a two-day media tourorganized by the National Petrochemical Company (NPC). Asalouyeh in Iran’s southwestern province of Bushehr is home to a number of petrochemical complexes which receive gas and gas condensate feedstock from the giant South …

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Iranian Lawmaker Warns About Hunger Striker’s Condition

RFL/RE – An Iranian lawmaker has warned the government that a prominent jailed dissident is in serious condition on a hunger strike and should be released. Reformist parliamentarian Elias Hazrati wrote to Judiciary chief Sadeq Larijani that Arash Sadeghi is in critical condition after going 70 days without food and that his death could result in “serious” political consequences for …

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Huge Twitter Storm in Support of Imprisoned Iranian Activist on Hunger Strike

Iranhumanrights.org – Arash Sadeghi Is World’s Highest Trending Topic on Twitter on December 30 SaveArash# was for a time the highest trending topic on Twitter on Friday December 30, 2016, as social media users around the world expressed their support for imprisoned civil rights advocate Arash Sadeghi on the 68th day of his hunger strike in Evin Prison in Tehran. …

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Hardline Tehran Prosecutor Advocates Harsher Penalty for Mixed-Gender Parties

Iranhumanrights.org – Tehran’s hardline prosecutor general has announced that people caught at mixed-gender parties, especially celebrity artists and athletes, along with those caught consuming alcohol, or participating in other “indecent” activities should face stiffer penalties. “As role models you should be more careful because youths can pick up bad lessons from these actions,” said Abbas Jafari Dowlatabadi on December 27, …

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