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U.S. intelligence community concluded Americans were subjected to ongoing influence operations and disinformation campaigns by Russia, China and Iran.
Iranian authorities should immediately carry out an independent and impartial investigation into the death of an imprisoned activist on a hunger strike.
Iran President Rouhani’s son-in-law resigned just two days after his appointment as head of Iran’s geological survey sparked accusations of nepotism.
Iranian authorities detained an unspecified number of steel mill workers after five weeks of protests over delays in salaries, an agency reported Monday.
Jailed Iranian’s death who was on hunger strike to protest his detention by Iran has sparked an outcry from US, rights activists and social media users.
Iranian authorities recently sentenced at least three lawyers to long prison terms for human rights activism and security forces have arrested another one.
Iran is guilty of crimes against humanity for covering up the mass executions of at least 5,000 political prisoners 30 years ago,says Amnesty International.
By concealing fate of thousands of slaughtered political dissidents Iranian authorities are continuing to commit crimes against humanity.
Iranian’s revolutionary court has sentenced a female pro-reform journalist to a nearly 13-year prison term over security charges.