The Iranian regime's officials continue to refuse to provide information to the family of Saman Naseem, the political prisoner who was due to be executed on Thursday.
Unconfirmed reports and information about his fate and whereabouts has sparked fears that he is at risk of being tortured or secretly executed.
NCRI - Mrs Maryam Rajavi, President-elect of the Iranian Resistance, has called for urgent action to save the life of Saman Naseem, who was arrested when he was 17, and five political prisoners being on death row in the central prison in the city of Orumiyeh (northeastern Iran).
The six men were transferred to isolation on Wednesday (February 18) to await their execution.
The Iranian regime has not still provided information about all suspicions that it may have researched an atomic bomb, a UN watchdog's report showed on Thursday.
The report by the Vienna based International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) on the Iranian regime’s nuclear program said Tehran had still not provided information about two areas of the IAEA's investigation that was due by late August.
At least 70 per cent of workers in Iran are living under the poverty line, a leading regime official has admitted.
Many workers can not even afford basic products they need for survival, Rahmatollah Poormoussa, the head of Iran's state labor organization, said.
The representatives of the Iranian regime and the U.S. Government will meet in Geneva to resume nuclear talks.
According to IRNA, the official news agency in Iran, Deputy Foreign Minister Abbas Araqchi announced that the nuclear negotiations will continue Friday with the participation of Mohammad Javad Zarif and U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry.
EU spokesperson for foreign affairs Catherine Ray on Wednesday urged the Iranian authorities not execute Mr. Saman Naseem, an Iranian-Kurdish man who was 17 years old at the time of his arrest.
Mrs Ray said: "We call on the Iranian authorities to abide by international human rights law, under which the execution of juvenile offenders is a violation of international minimum standards, and not to carry out the execution of Mr Naseem or any other juvenile offender."