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- Internet Activist Hamid Reza Amini Sentenced In The Culture And Media Court
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- Iran: Two Peaceful Protesters Killed In Kazerun Identified
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- Anti-Riot Forces Take Up Positions In Kazerun To Quell Major Protest
- Telegram, A Security Issue Threatening The Very Existence Of Iran Regime
- Husband of British Aid Worker Taken Hostage by Iran Desperately Tries to Meet With Iranian Officials
- 15 year old boy sentenced to five years behind bars for tearing down the flag of Iranian regime
- Iran: Another detained protester lost his life under torture
The International Trade Union Confederation (ITUC) has asked its members around the world to protest the “harassment” of labour activists and “systematic violation” of workers’ rights in Iran.
The ITUC, which has 331 unions in 163 countries with approximately 202 million total members, asked its members to organise demonstrations outside or send protest letters to embassies of the of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
The President of France, Emmanuel Macron, said earlier this week that he was going to remain steadfast with regards to Iran and its belligerence in the Middle East and with regards to its ballistic missile program.
His comments were made at the start of his trip to the United Arab Emirates. The two-day trip was packed with events such as the opening of a new museum. The trip is to end with an economic forum in Dubai and he participated in talks with the Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed al-Nahyan regarding the geopolitical situation.
The accelerating pace of poverty extension in Iran is due to the innumerable corruption of government officials. The harmful effects of poverty among the people are so obvious that even the state-run media and regime officials are inevitably forced to admit this fact.
The BBC has criticised the Iranian Regime for its asset freeze on BBC Persian staff resident in London; the latest attack from the Regime on the BBC’s Iranian correspondents.
Hundreds of people who have not been able to withdraw their deposits from Caspian credit institution staged a protest gathering outside the regime’s judiciary office in the capital, Tehran, chanting angry slogans, on Sunday, August 20.