Iranian security forces have reportedly arrested 12 employees of Tehran’s Ibn Sina Hospital as they prevented anti-riot forces from arresting wounded protesters on November 16, an employee of the hospital told Avatoday.
Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) have brought 17 protesters under fire in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan. The protesters were hiding in the reed beds, residents told Avatoday.
In his article AP’s Jon Gambrell on Friday noted that the recent nationwide protests in Iran would be a turning point for the country’s future, leading to “turmoil” and further unrests despite the authorities’ brutal crackdown.
Human Rights Watch released a report on Wednesday, asking Iranian regime to immediately announce the number of deaths, arrests and detentions from the latest protests.
US-designated terrorist organization of Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps have been playing main role in suppressing, killing and wounding hundreds of Iranian protesters, officials praised them on Saturday.
The US Department of the Treasury on Friday took action against Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi, Iran’s Minister of Information and Communications Technology, for his role in the Iranian regime’s internet censorship across the country.
Iranian people feel “shocked and isolated” after the government’s deadly crackdown on thousands of protesters in different cities and towns and shut down internet, creating a near-total information blackout for days.
Amnesty International on Tuesday said according to its investigation, at least 106 people were killed by Iranian security forces during the recent widespread protests over fuel price hike in Iran.
As nation-wide protests against fuel price hike spread across Iran, situation in the Kurdish city of Mariwan deteriorated, Avatoday correspondent said.
The Supreme Security Council in Iran released a list of instructions to the journalists, guiding them on covering the news of ongoing protests in a way that assist the regime in its agendas.