Category: Human Rights

U.N. Human Rights Council Condemns Situation in Iran

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Radio Farda    |    Sept. 26, 2020 The 47 countries present at this week’s United Nations Human Rights Council meeting condemned the sudden execution of the young Iranian wrestler, Navid Afkari, also demanding the release of Nasrin Sotoudeh and Narges Mohammadi and an end to the repeated violations of human rights in Iran. In a joint […]

Execution of Iran athlete sends deeply disturbing message to protesters, say UN experts 

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Execution of Iran athlete sends deeply disturbing message to protesters, say UN experts GENEVA (14 September 2020) – UN human rights experts today strongly condemned the summary execution of champion wrestler Navid Afkari in Iran, raising alarm at the latest execution in a series of death penalty sentences handed down in the context of protests […]

Iran: Detainees flogged, sexually abused and given electric shocks

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Iran: Detainees flogged, sexually abused and given electric shocks in gruesome post-protest crackdown – new report   Amnesty International    |    September 2, 2020 Widespread torture including beatings, floggings, electric shocks, stress positions, mock executions, waterboarding, sexual violence, forced administration of chemical substances, and deprivation of medical care Hundreds subjected to grossly unfair trials on […]

Iran’s 1988 Massacre: U.S. Calls for Independent Investigations

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NCRI    |    Written by Shamsi Saadati    |    July 22, 2020 Morgan Ortagus, the spokesperson of the United States State Department, in a video message on Twitter, while condemning the Iranian regime’s ongoing human rights violations, particularly the 1988 massacre of thousands of political prisoners, called on the “international community to conduct independent investigations and do provide accountability and justice for the victims of […]
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