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Iran Regime Publically Executed 13 Inmates Since the Beginning of March

Iran Regime Publically Executed 13 Inmates Since the Beginning of March

By Staff Writer

Iran has executed over 13 inmates in various prisons since the beginning of March, in the run-up to the Iranian New Year.

On March 14, Jalaluddin Mosala Nezhad was publicly hanged in Jahrom, according to the state-run Tasnim news agency.

Monday's Iran Mini Report - March 18, 2019

Monday's Iran Mini Report - March 18, 2019

• Iranian prisoner hanged in public

A prisoner was publically hanged in Jahrom, south of Iran.

Also on Monday, March 11, three prisoners in Birjand Prison, northeastern Iran, charged with killing two armed agents of the regime, were also executed. Two of those executed were father and son.

Former Italian FM: Call for Investigation Into 1988 Iran Massacre of MEK

Call for Investigation Into 1988 Iran Massacre of MEK

 By Mansoureh Galestan

A former Italian Foreign Minister has called out the West for failing to recognise the blatant human rights abuses during the presidency of Hassan Rouhani, particularly towards member of Iranian Resistance group, the People’s Mujahedin Organisation of Iran (PMOI/MEK), which is especially obvious in the recent appointment of Ebrahim Raisi as Head of the Iranian Judiciary.

Iran Regime's Space Threat

Iran Regime's Space Threat

By Sedighe Shahrokhi

At the beginning of the year, the Iranian regime made two attempts at satellite launches. However, both failed to reach orbit. The United States objected to the launches for the reason that the technology is the same as that for intercontinental ballistic missiles.

Iran Regime's Major Financial Corruption

Iran Regime's Major Financial Corruption

By Shahriar Kia

The National Iranian Petrochemical Industries Company (NIPIC) revealed on Wednesday that the Petrochemical Commercial Company (PCC), which is at the centre of a major financial scandal being investigated in Tehran, has failed to return 500 million Euros of its debts since 2013.

Iran Factions Still Divided Over INSTEX

Iran Factions Still Divided Over INSTEX

By Mahmoud Hakamian

There is still a great deal of controversy in Iran over the European financial channel - the Instrument in Support of Trade Exchanges (INSTEX) - that was designed to help the mullahs evade US sanctions, with opposing political factions calling their rivals “traitor” and “saboteur” for supporting/opposing this move.

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