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Persecution of Christians in Iran continues under Hassan Rouhani: Report

The persecution of Christians in Iran is getting worse under Hassan Rouhani and many now face "severe physical and psychological torture," a new report from a group of British MPs and peers says.

A joint investigation by Christians in Parliament and All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on International Freedom of Religion or Belief found that Christians continue to be arrested and interrogated because of their faith.

IAEA official: Iran is six months behind in answering nuclear questions

The Iranian regime is at least six months behind in providing technical information on the nature of its neutron calculations and experiments on explosives that could be used for an atomic device, a senior UN nuclear watchdog has said.

International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) official said on Tuesday that the agency expects more information soon from Iran on its nuclear program as there are talks of progress in the talks.The investigation by IAEA on the military dimension of the Iranian regime’s nuclear program runs parallel to Tehran's talks with six world powers to curb its nuclear work in exchange for lifting economic sanctions.

Iran nuclear talks to continue in Brussels next week

The EU's foreign policy chief will chair talks with France, Germany, Britain and Iran in Brussels next Monday, the European Union said on Tuesday.

"Federica Mogherini will host in Brussels next Monday, 16 March 2015, a meeting with the Foreign Ministers of Germany, Frank Walter Steinmeier, of France, Laurent Fabius, of Great Britain, Philip Hammond, and of Iran, Mohammad Javad Zarif," the EU said in a statement.

47 U.S. senators send warning letter on Iran nuclear deal

In an open letter to the leaders of the Iranian regime, 47 Republican senators on Monday warned that any nuclear deal brokered without their approval could be undone “with the stroke of a pen.”

The letter, authored by Republican Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton and co-signed by 46 other Republican lawmakers, seeks to inform the regime’s leaders that any nuclear agreement involving the United States could face constitutional hurdles.

Iran regime hangs women on eve of International Women's Day

NCRI - At least two women were hanged to death on the eve of the International women's day in a prison in Iran.

One of the prisoners identified as Mehrnoosh Qavasi, in her fifties, was executed after serving many years in prison.

Berlin – Grand gathering on occasion of International Women’s Day

Berlin – Grand gathering on occasion of International Women’s Day with participation of over a hundred women personalities from five continents:

Call by Maryam Rajavi for buttressing movement against fundamentalism, the principal enemy of equality and global peace and security

NCRI - On Saturday, March 7, the participants in a grand gathering in Berlin on the occasion of International Women’s Day titled “For Tolerance and Equality against Fundamentalism and Misogyny” underscored that the advancement of the ideal of equality in the world today has come face-to-face with a formidable barrier, the Islamic Fundamentalism. This phenomenon is endangering the entire Middle East and the world through genocide, terrorism and discrimination and more than anything is hostile to women.

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