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Iran Regime Opens Fatal Fire on Major Protest in Kazerun Tonight

By Staff Writer

Deadly clashes erupted on Wednesday night (May 16, 2018) between residents and state security forces in Kazerun, south-west Iran, after the authorities launched a clampdown on a peaceful anti-regime protest in the city earlier in the day.

Iran: Protests Continue in City of Kazerun

Protests in Kazerun

Iran Uprising-No. 155

Protesters chanted: “Our enemy is right here, they falsely claim it is the U.S.”; “Beware of the day we will be armed”

NCRI – Residents of the city of Kazerun in southwestern Iran returned to the streets on Wednesday, May 16, to continue their protest against plans to change the city’s boundaries.

U.S. Hits Iran Regime With New Sanctions Related to Hezbollah Funding

U.S. Hits Iran Regime With New Sanctions Related to Hezbollah Funding

By Staff Writer

The US has increased its financial pressure on the Iranian regime by imposing anti-terror sanctions on the head of its central bank that bar anyone in the world from doing business with him.

These sanctions on bank governor Valiollah Seif, announced on Tuesday, have dealt a massive blow to European leaders who are scrambling to salvage the nuclear deal following Donald Trump’s withdrawal last week.

On June 30, the World Will See an Alternative Iran

June 30-free Iran-Villepinte Exposition -Paris – France

Editorial

What’s often missing in discussions of Western policy on Iran is the role of the Iranian people and their desires. A comprehensive policy must before all else take into consideration events on the ground in Iran or else it would yet again fail to address one of the most crucial foreign policy issues of recent times.

Iran: Workers Strike in Cities of Arak, Haft Tapeh and Gachsaran

Workers Strike in Cities of Arak, Haft Tapeh and Gachsaran

Iran Uprising - No. 154

On Monday, May 14, the workers of the Heavy Equipment Production Company (HEPCO), Arak, stopped working for the second day in protest of the failure to get their arrears and their very harsh livelihood conditions and the failure to implement the deceptive promises of the government employer. The strikers closed the Arak railroad to Tehran and hung black flag at the entrance of the factory as a sign of mourning. Yesterday one of the workers in the factory who was so hurt by the pressures, intended to commit suicide but was saved by his colleagues.

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