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Washington Post    |    By Matt Schudel     |    June 12, 2020  Marjan, a popular singer and actress in pre-revolutionary Iran who, after being imprisoned by the country’s Islamic authorities in the 1980s, lent her voice to the cause of political freedom

Press Release    |    May 4, 2020 Washington—Today, an overwhelming bipartisan majority of the House of Representatives called on the Trump Administration to extend the United Nations arms embargo on Iran, which is set to expire in October of this year. In a letter

Amnesty International    |    12 May 2020 Iranian university student Ali Younesi has been arbitrarily detained since 10 April 2020. His family believes he is being held in Tehran’s Evin prison, where he has been denied access to a lawyer and

Fox News    |    Christopher Carbone    |    March 26, 2020 The Iranian regime’s cover-up of the spread of coronavirus has resulted in an unprecedented catastrophe in the country, a group of 21 Nobel Laureates warned Monday in a scathing letter to the United

Radio Farda    |    March 24, 2020 Under apparent pressure from the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and ultraconservative allies of the country’s Supreme Leader, Tehran has rejected the offer of medical help by a team sent by the renowned international

Asharq Al-Awsat    |    Obaid Al-Suheimy    |    February 14, 2020 Bahrain’s prosecution on Thursday submitted a case involving several people accused of money laundering for Iran and violating sanctions on Tehran through the Manama-based Future Bank. Attorney General Ali bin Fadhel

THE DAILY CALIFORNIAN    |    BY OLIVIA GONZÁLEZ BRITT     |     November 25, 2019 The Iranian American Community of Northern California, or IACNorCal, gathered on UC Berkeley’s campus Friday to advocate for the millions of Iranians currently experiencing an unexpected internet shutdown by

OHCHR    |    20 December 2019 GENEVA (20 December 2019) – UN human rights experts* today called on the Iranian authorities to release all individuals arbitrarily detained and mistreated during recent protests, and expressed concerns over the hundreds of people who

By New York Post Editorial Board    |    November 19, 2019 Iran is suddenly seeing its largest protests in years, in over 100 cities — and the government’s cracking down hard. Amnesty International reports more than 100 deaths, while exile groups put  

October 23, 2019, TIRANA, Albania — Albanian police said on Wednesday they have discovered an Iranian paramilitary network that allegedly planned attacks in Albania against exiled members of an Iranian group seeking to overthrow the government in Tehran. Police chief