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Iranian Photographer and Journalist, Nooshin Jafari Imprisoned under Unknown Conditions

Colleagues are concerned as affiliated state soft war actors have raised alarming accusations against Nooshin Jafari, an Iranian Journalist who was arrested on Monday.

Journalist to Serve two Years in Prison for Insulting Iranian Officials

Judge Mohammad Moghiseh of Branch 28 of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Court had sentenced Kazemi to 4.5 years in prison on several charges including insulting the supreme leader of the country, ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

Another Member of the Free Union of Iranian Workers Arrested in Tehran

Shapour Ehsani Rad, of the board of directors of the Free Union of Iranian Workers (FUIW) has been arrested on Monday 29th of July at his workplace.

Detained Iranian Journalist Rushed to Hospital while Seizing

An Iranian journalist who was arrested during the May Day pro-labor protest in Tehran more than two months ago was rushed to the hospital from women’s ward of Evin prison while seizing with internal gastrointestinal issues. 

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Iran Detains another Dual-National British Citizen: this Time a Researcher Working on Minorities

Kameel Ahmady a British-Iranian researcher and academic working on minorities was arrested at his home in Tehran, his wife has confirmed.

The Majority of Zamaneh Panellists: The Upcoming Election Will not Be ‘Free’, We Are Going to Boycott It!

The majority of users who took part in Zamaneh Media’s latest opinion panel, most of whom live in Iran, say that they will not participate in the upcoming February 2020 election.

The Suffering and Resistance of Workers in Iran: News and Trends

The current and fourth bi-monthly Labor Report of Zamaneh Media covers events in the approximate range of June-July 2019 and covers major issues faced by the Iranian workers.

Journalist to Serve two Years in Prison for Insulting Iranian Officials

Judge Mohammad Moghiseh of Branch 28 of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Court had sentenced Kazemi to 4.5 years in prison on several charges including insulting the supreme leader of the country, ayatollah Ali Khamenei.

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