Iran

Zahra Bani Yaghoub was a 27-year-old medical university graduate from Tehran who some two years ago volunteered to work in the western city of Hamadan.
"'Wearing Western-style clothes and insignias of deviant groups' (usually a reference to referring to Satanists or rappers), was on the list alongside 'production and distribution of decadent movies as well as private home-made videos'."
"Brisons le silence! Protestons contre la poursuite judiciaire des militantes féministes en Iran!"
Sous la pression internationale, une féministe iranienne, Delaram Ali, a vu sa peine d'emprisonnement suspendue sur ordre du chef de l'autorité judiciaire.
The lawyer of Delaram Ali, a women's rights defender arrested at a peaceful demonstration last year, says Iran's judiciary has temporarily suspended her sentence.
The lawyer of Delaram Ali, a women's rights defender arrested at a peaceful demonstration last year, says Iran's judiciary has temporarily suspended her sentence.
Seven leading international human rights organizations today demanded that the Iranian authorities immediately set aside the prison sentence against a women’s rights defender, and drop charges against others facing trial because of their peaceful activities demanding equal rights for women in Iran.
Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's interview with Nobel Peace Prize recipient, Shirin Ebadi.
Secretary General of the Iranian Human Rights Committee declares stoning is neither torture nor an incongruous punishment.
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