NCRI – The Iranian regime’s henchmen in the southern city of Shiraz hanged two men in public on Saturday.
Many children watched the hanging through the windows of their homes or cars passing by near the public square where the executions were carried out.
NCRI - The Iranian regime has attempted to conceal the high rank of a military commander killed in Iraq by claiming he was a member of the paramilitary Basij Force.
Mehdi Norouzi - in reality a commander of the terrorist Qods Force Special Operations - was killed in Iraq on January 10, just days after the killing of IRGC Brigadier General Hamid Taqavi, also killed in Iraq on December 27.
Halting Iran's meddling in the Middle East and supporting the Iranian Resistance are the only ways to tackle the rise of ISIS and Islamic extremism, Italian senator Antonio Razzi has told a conference in Paris.
Mr Razzi also issued his support for the plight of Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty and condemned the widespread human rights abuses in the Iranian regime.
A senior Iranian cleric has expressed his pleasure at the terrorist attacks that left 17 dead in Paris last week and branded the participants in mass rally as 'murderers'.
Muhammad Ali Movahedi Kermani said during Friday prayers in Tehran: "Thank God, those who supported ISIS and terrorism and nurtured them, now the very same terrorists have acted against them.
NCRI - The Ministry of Intelligence of the religious dictatorship ruling Iran is continuing to dispatch its agents to Erope under the guise of refugees. This is aimed at infiltrating into the ranks of dissidents, gathering intelligence about them and preparing the grounds for terror attacks.
One of the latest of such examples is an agent by the name of Easa Azadeh being sent to France.
NCRI - The majority of street children in Iran are over 10 years old with an average income of 23,000 tomans, about 7 dollars, per day according to a recent study by a state organization.
Based on a study by the State Welfare Organization most of these children are engaged in routine work, in particular street vending (73.2%), porterage (6.8%) and playing music (6.4%) or semi-routine work of garbage searching and collecting bread waste (9.6%) and panhandling (5.7%).
As the downward trend in oil prices on the world markets continues, the Iranian regime is lowering the crude price for this year’s budget to $40 a barrel.
The government is revising its draft budget to assume a base price of $40, from $72, the state-run Fars News Agency reported Finance and Economy Minister Ali Tayebnia as saying today.
The Iranian regime had based its budget for the current Iranian calendar year ending March 20 on oil price of $100 per barrel and exports of about one million barrels per day.
A female singer has been banned from performing with her group at a concert in Tehran.
Iranian authorities said the show would only be allowed to go ahead if Azerbaijani singer Fargana Qasimov watched her band perform from the sidelines.
A shipping insurer has warned its member this week that that Iranian crude labelled as Iraqi oil was being transferred ship to ship by smugglers at oil cargoes at a port in the United Arab Emirates.
Insurer West of England has said the cargos may contain Iranian crude disguised as Iraqi barrels, and that it cannot insure these volumes as they are in breach of U.S. sanctions on Tehran.
The Iranian Resistance will necessarily be the solution to the problem of terrorism now including Iraq and Syria where the Iranian regime is heavily involved, Algeria's former prime minister Sid Ahmed Ghozali has urged.
Speaking at a conference in Paris on Sunday, he said the world must unite to combat the phenomenon of Islamic extremism in the wake of the terrorist attacks in Paris and called on the West not to shy away from the roots of the problem of terrorism and Islamic extremism.