Ahmadreza DjalaliLondon, 01 Mar - Sweden recently granted citizenship to a disaster medicine expert currently on death row in Iran, with the hopes that it will allow the Swedish Foreign Ministry to intervene in the case and get the doctor released.
Dr. Ahmadreza Djalali, who taught at the Karolinska Institute of Medicine in Stockholm and worked in the research department of the Free University Brussels (VUB), visited Iran for a medical conference in 2016, where he was arrested and charged with spying for Israel. In October 2017, he was tried and sentenced to death.
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Mahboubeh MofidiHuman Rights Watch reported that Iran executed at least three child offenders across the country in January 2018. Human Rights Watch called on Iran to immediately and unconditionally end the use of the death penalty for crimes committed by children under the age of 18, and move toward a complete ban on capital punishment.
The organization named the three young people that were executed in January as Amirhossein Pourjafar, Ali Kazemi and Mahboubeh Mofidi. They were executed for crimes they allegedly committed when they were 16, 15 and 17 years old respectively.
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Kavous Seyed EmamiKavous Seyed-Emami, 63, a dual Canadian national environmentalist lost his life just two weeks after his arrest.
Iran’s judiciary says he committed suicide because of the evidence against him in a spying case.
Tehran’s Revolutionary Court summoned Sayed Emami’s wife, Maryam Mombini on February 9, and informed her of her husband’s sudden death.
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executed Juvenile in IranLondon, 31 Jan - Human rights organisation Amnesty International has hit out at the “exceptionally cruel” execution of a juvenile offender in Iran.
Ali Kazemi, 22, was hanged on January 30 in a prison in Bushehr Province.
This execution was illegal under Iranian law, according to Amnesty, because no notice of the execution was given to Kazemi’s lawyer.
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