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Iranian Prosecutor Shuts 2 Newspapers

Washington Post: An Iranian prosecutor has ordered the closures of two newspapers that reported last week on a trial involving a case in which...

Iran: Torture Used to Suppress Dissent

Human Rights Watch: The Iranian government has intensified its campaign of torture, arbitrary arrests, and detentions against political critics, Human Rights Watch said in...

Three prisoners publicly hanged in Iran

AFP: Three Iranians convicted of rape, kidnapping and extortion have been hanged publicly in the western city of Khoramabad, the conservative Jaam-e Jam newspaper...

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Growing Disintegration Among Iran Regime’s Forces

Iran has been shaken by a wave of nationwide protests since mid-September. The trigger was the death of the...

Grim Tidings for Iran’s Regime After Approval of UN Fact-Finding Mission

After many discussions and debates, the United Nations Human Rights Council has approved a fact-finding mission to investigate the...

Iranian People’s Resistance Changed the Appeasement Policy

Soon after the new US government started its obligations in January 2021, hand in hand with the European governments...

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Iranian People’s Resistance Changed the Appeasement Policy

Soon after the new US government started its obligations...

Grim Tidings for Iran’s Regime After Approval of UN Fact-Finding Mission

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