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Iranian Singer Offered Bribes in Exchange for Cooperating with Rouhani Government

CHRI – Iranian pop singer Arya Aramnejad has been indefinitely banned from engaging in any musical activity by Iran’s Culture and Islamic Guidance Ministry and offered bribes in exchange for cooperating with the govern style=”border-style: none; border-color: inherit; border-width: 0px; outline: none; box-sizing: border-box; margin: 0px; padding: 0px; font-stretch: inherit; line-height: inherit; vertical-align: baseline; transition: all 0.17s ease-in-out; background: transparent;”ment of President Hassan Rouhani, he …

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Member Of Iranian Nuclear Negotiations Team Sentenced On Spying Charges

RFL/RE – A member of the Iranian team that negotiated a 2015 nuclear deal with world powers has been sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted of espionage, a semiofficial news agency reports. Iran’s Tasnim news agency on October 4 did not provide the name of the sentenced man, but the only member of the negotiating team known to …

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Shocking video shows Iranian guards forcing Ahwazi Arabs to bark in detention

Al-Arabia – A video shared on social media showed Iranian security forces humiliating blindfolded Ahwazi Arabs and forcing them to bark. A masked security officer is then seen beating them up by punching them using martial art techniques. He can also be heard calling them names. Iranian and Ahwazi Arab activists condemned the torture, which violates domestic and international laws and …

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Turkish President Heads to Tehran Amid Iraqi Kurdish Independence Crisis

VOA — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan heads to Tehran Wednesday for meetings with Iran’s religious and political leadership. Bilateral relations have been strained in recent years, with the countries competing for influence across the region, but they now have found common ground in opposition to the Iraqi Kurdistan independence vote, which took place last month. “The most important motivation for …

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Attorney Calls Out Local Governor For “Empty” Promises to Iran’s “Kulbar” Border Couriers

CHRI – An attorney representing Iranian border couriers, “kulbar” in Farsi, has criticized a local governor in northwestern Iran for making “unreasonable” and “empty” promises of financial assistance to the impoverished, unlicensed tradesmen. On September 11, 2017, the governor of the city of Baneh, in Kurdistan Province, made the unusual pledge that all kulbars living within a nine-mile radius of the …

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