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Iran Will Not Stamp Foreign Tourists’ Passports

Foreign tourists are allowed to visit Iran without their passport being stamped. Ali Rabiei, the spokesperson of Iranian government told reporters that President Hassan Rouhani has ordered all the international Iranian airports to stop stamping […]

Iranian Judiciary to Open an Investigation into the Murder of a Political Prisoner

The current Chief Justice of Iran Ebrahim Raisi has ordered to open an investigation into the murder of a 21 years old political prisoner inside an Iranian prison. Gholamhossein Esmaili, the Iranian Judiciary spokesperson announced that Raisi […]

The Crackdown of Haft-Tappeh Sugarcane Workers in Iran Continues

Several workers in a sugarcane complex in the Southwest of Iran have been arrested or summoned for questioning following their protests against the management and state-mediated privatization of the company. On Sunday, June 16, the […]

Iran’s Police Arrested 30 Men and Women in a Private Yoga Class

30 yoga practitioners have been arrested in the northern city of Gorgan in Iran. Masoud Soleimani, a local judicial official said these people were gathered in a residential home in Gorgan to practice yoga with […]

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A British Couple go on Hunger Strike to object 1000 days of Imprisonment of the Wife in Iran

Richard Ratcliffe has started a hunger strike outside the Iranian Embassy in London in solidarity with his striking wife, Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has spent more than a 1000 day in an Iranian prison.

Green, Black and Red: The Story of a Failed Movement

The tenth Iranian presidential election in 2009 was different from previous elections. Four candidates were competing: incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, conservative Mohsen Rezaei, reformist Mir Hussein Mousavi and reformist Mehdi Karrubi. The outcome was announced […]

Zamaneh Panelists: “No to War, No to the Iranian Regime!”

The majority of Zamaneh Media Panelists, who mostly live in Iran, think that the way to get out of the current diplomatic crisis is “the negotiations with the United States”, although the country’s leaders have […]

A Clown, Not “The Perfect Woman” – Performance Art and Feminism in Conversation with Neslihan Arol

Born in Istanbul, Neslihan Arol completed Film and Drama Master’s Programme at Kadir Has University in Istanbul with practice-based research on clowning from a feminist perspective. For this research, she created “The Perfect Woman”, a solo clown performance that she developed further during her PhD years. She went on to perform “The Perfect Woman” in the “Clownin” an international women’s clown festival in Vienna and in “Red Pearl Women’s Clown Festival” in Helsinki, among other venues and festivals.

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