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Trump Expected to Decertify Iran Accord, Lay Out New Strategy

VOA – U.S. President Donald Trump is expected to withdraw his support for the Iran nuclear agreement Friday, but stop short of completely scrapping the deal. The U.S. leader is expected to outline a new strategy. Trump will likely declare that it is not in the U.S. national security interests to certify the 2015 deal that Washington reached with Iran and …

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A Juvenile Offender on Death Row in Ardabil Prison

HRANA News Agency – Mehrab Eyvazi, juvenile offender from Ardabil was arrested at the age of 17 with nine other defendants. Mr. Eyvazi was accused of participation in kidnapping and rape. He was severely beaten at the police station and was threatened with rape by the police officer while he was naked in front of the camera. Mr. Eyvazi was sentenced to …

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SPECIAL REPORT: 80 Iranian Death Row Prisoners in Malaysia

Iran Human Rights – Currently more than 80 Iranians are facing horrific conditions in the solitary confinement of Malaysian prisons, while awaiting their death sentences for charges of “involvement in drug trafficking”. Most of the prisoners were not given fair legal due process. They were not provided a Persian translator during their interrogation, in addition to the trial and the procedure …

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Rights Organizations Urge US to Aid Access to Information in Iran by Expanding General License D-1

CHRI – In a joint statement, nine rights organizations including the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) have urged the US government to expand General License D-1, which allows the sale and distribution of personal communications tools such as mobile phones, personal computing tools, and other related software and hardware to Iran without violating US sanctions. Recently, both Apple and …

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Iran’s brave human rights defenders and their struggle against the death penalty

Amnesty- On 10 October, people around the world marked the World Day against the Death Penalty. This year is particularly significant for us at Amnesty International because it marks 40 years since the organization first began campaigning for the worldwide abolition of the death penalty in 1977. Since this landmark moment, countries that use the death penalty have become an …

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