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Hardliner Candidate’s Meetings Stir New Political Speculations in Iran

Ebrahim Raisi, the ultra- conservative candidate for Iranian presidential elections made headlines in Iran and stirred considerable reaction in social media with two meetings with President of Tatarstan and with the head of Iran’s Supreme Council of National Security.

No Promise of Release for Detained Dual British Citizen in Iran

One year after the arrest of Iranian-British citizen Nazanin Zaghari in Iran, British government once more urged the Islamic Republic authorities to release her. Meanwhile Zagheri’s friends and colleagues gathered together to demand her release. […]

UN Human Rights Rapporteur on Iran Releases her first Report

Asma Jahangir released her first report as United Nation’s Special Rapporteur for Human Rights to Iran urging the Islamic Republic to end public executions.

Iranian Chess Players Condemned by Country’s Chess Federation

Two Iranian chess contenders participating in the Tradewise Gibraltar Chess Festival earlier this month have drawn fire from Iran’s Chess Federation; one for appearing at the games without covering her hair and observing the hijab, the other for agreeing to play against an Israeli adversary.

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Rohani Campaign Suffers as Pro-Administration Journalists are Detained

The recent arrest of a number of administrators of Telegram social networking Channels continues to fuel tensions between Iran’s administration and the judiciary.

Hardliner Candidate’s Meetings Stir New Political Speculations in Iran

Ebrahim Raisi, the ultra- conservative candidate for Iranian presidential elections made headlines in Iran and stirred considerable reaction in social media with two meetings with President of Tatarstan and with the head of Iran’s Supreme Council of National Security.

Iran Tries to Abolish Death Penalty for trafficking as it Wrestles with Rising Drug Charges

Iranian parliament’s Judicial Commission spokesperson has announced that this commission has agreed with a proposal to reduce death penalty to 30 years in prison for a number of drug-related offences. Meanwhile the number of arrests for drug related charges are increasing in the country.

No Promise of Release for Detained Dual British Citizen in Iran

One year after the arrest of Iranian-British citizen Nazanin Zaghari in Iran, British government once more urged the Islamic Republic authorities to release her. Meanwhile Zagheri’s friends and colleagues gathered together to demand her release. […]

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