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Iran: Protest Rally of Retirees against poverty and the dire situation of livelihood and high costs

Protest Rally of Retirees in Protest to Poverty and the Dire Situation of Livelihood and High Costs

Iran Uprising - No. 215

On the morning of Tuesday, October 16, a large group of retirees protested in front of the regime's program and budget organization in Tehran. Protesters from different provinces, including Fars and Kermanshah, have come to Tehran to demand raising their salaries in line with inflation and the poverty line, implementation of coordinated payment system, balancing their salaries, and paying their efficiency insurance premiums.

Where Will Iran Regime’s Terror Plots Strike Next?

Where Will Iran Regime’s Terror Plots Strike Next?

By Staff Writer

Back in July, police in Bavaria surrounded the rental van of an Iranian diplomat to Austria Assadollah Assadi, after he’d pulled over at a gas station. They even called in the bomb squad because they were worried that he was transporting explosives.

The reason is that Assadi had been under surveillance for quite some time as European authorities suspected that he was involved in a plot to bomb an Iranian dissident rally in Paris in late June, which had thankfully been foiled.

United States Supports Striking Teachers in Iran

United States Supports Striking Teachers in Iran

By Shahriar Kia

The Coordinating Council of Teachers Syndicates in Iran (CCTSI) called on teachers to hold sit-ins at their schools and to cancel planned lessons on 14th and 15th October. The organisation has said that the strike has become necessary because of the lack of action regarding the dispute with the Ministry of Education over pay and budget cuts.

Hook: Decline in Iranian Oil Won’t Harm Market

Hook: Decline in Iranian Oil Won’t Harm Market

By Staff Writer

US special envoy for Iran, Brian Hook, told reporters on Monday that the US still intends to cut Iran’s oil sales to zero by November 4 without having a negative impact on the oil market.

He said: “We are working with countries that are reducing their imports to ensure that this happens.”

Iran: Striking Truck Drivers Threatened With Death Penalty

Iran: Striking Truck Drivers Threatened With Death Penalty

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

On September22nd, truck drivers in Iran announced a new wave of strikes. More than 250 truck drivers across almost 20 provinces have since been arrested. Those that are being held by Iranian authorities have been told that they will face harsh penalties with some being threatened with the death penalty.

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