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  • Amnesty Calls for Justice for Victims of 1988 Iran Massacre

    Amnesty International has exposed the shocking scale of the 1988 Iranian massacre in a new report, which denounces the mass-murders as a crime against humanity, condemns the harassment of those seeking justice, and calls for those responsible to be held to account. By Pooya Stone In the summer of 1988, 30,000 political...

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  • Hundreds of Christians in Iran Arrested Ahead of Christmas

    21 Dec – Over 150 Iranian Christians have been detained in the past month and arrests are expected to continue over the Christmas holiday. Those arrested include Amir Taleipour, 39, and his wife Mahnaz Harati, 36, who were arrested in front of their 7-year-old daughter during a raid on their home...

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  • Sugar Mill Workers in Iran Continue Protests Even as Riot Police Arrive at Factory

    22 Nov – Protests at the Haft Tappeh (Tapeh) sugar mill, once a source of national pride that has been struggling financially since it was privatized in 2015, continued as workers stayed with their strike on Saturday, according to reports by labor rights groups in Iran. Periodic strikes and...

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  • For the 65th Time, UNGA Condemns the Iran’s Human Rights Violations

    19 Nov – Iran has been condemned by the 3rd committee of the United Nations General Assembly for its blatant human rights violations. Thursday’s condemnation marks the 65th time that Iran has been called out for its human rights record at the international level. A draft resolution, which was introduced...

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