The henchmen of the mullahs regime in Gohardasht Prison in Karaj have increased pressure on political prisoners in Hall 10, Ward 4. By destroying the medical records of prisoners and preventing them from being transferred to a hospital or even prison clinic, they are torturing them physically and psychologically.
By Amir Taghati
Bazaar workers across Iran have started to strike in solidarity with the truck drivers that have also been on strike. Unrest across the country is growing as the economic situation gets worse.
In the city of Shiraz, merchants in the local bazaars started a protest that quickly spread to more than 50 cities across 21 provinces.
By Staff Writer
The Iranian public has started panic buying tomato paste, a staple in their cuisine, which is a sign the renewed US sanctions are beginning to squeeze the economy.
While Iran makes its own paste from locally grown tomatoes, the Iranian currency’s 70% drop in value this year has meant that producers will make more money selling their products abroad, rather than domestically.
By Mahmoud Hakamian
The Mayor of the 5th District in Paris hosted a conference against the death penalty in Iran, which was organized by the Committee for the Support of Human Rights in Iran (CSDHI) on Wednesday, October 10th, 2018 marking the World Day Against the Death Penalty. Speaking at the conference were mayors, politicians, and celebrities.
Mohammad Sadat Khansari
Earlier this week, U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said that the United States will not be giving Syria any post-war assistance with reconstruction efforts if Iran is still present. Speaking at an event on Wednesday, Pompeo said that the Trump administration remains dedicated to countering Iran’s malign actions in the region, describing Syria as a decisive battleground.