Mohammad Jafar Montazeri, the attorney general of Iran threatened newly freed Lebanese businessman, Nizar Zakka, of publishing the footages of the “confession” he made during his prison term in Iran.
A group of fourteen activists based in Iran has signed an open letter to the Islamic Repuplic Supreme Leader, Seyed Ali Khamenei, asking him to resign.
Iranian foreign minister Mohamad Javad Zarif said “moral principle” is the reason behind his country’s execution of homosexuals, when reporters asked him about anti-homosexual laws in Iran.
As Iran’s oil export slides under 500,000 barrels per day, the government is paying off its debts to domestic companies by giving them crude oil.
Ebrahim Raisi, Iran’s Chief Justice announced on Tuesday that the wealth owned by Iranian officials must remain confidential, Iran’s state media ISNA reported.
New York Times reported on Tuesday that its correspondent’s accreditation in Tehran has been revoked by the government without any explanation.
Since the establishment of Islamic Republic of Iran and after 1979 revolution, several religious minorities have not been recognized by the Shiite-majority regime; amongst them are the Baha’i minorities.
Workers of Haft Tappeh Sugarcane Factory sent a letter to International Labour Organization, complaining about ongoing arrest of labor activists in Iran.
Iran has sentenced three prominent defense attorneys for their human right activities, Center for Human Rights in Iran said in a statement on Wednesday.
Iran’s Foreign Ministry announced that the US call for talk “without precondition” is merely “wordplay,” local media reported.