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Iran: Hundreds of nurses protest low wages and difficult work conditions

NCRI – Hundreds of Iranian nurses held a gathering on Sunday outside Hassan Rouhani’s office in Tehran to protest low salaries and difficult working conditions.

The group of 700 nurses also renewed their long demand for the implementation of the ‘Nursing Tariff Act’ that had been ratified in 2007 which limits the amount of overtime nurses can work, among other benefits.

Iran: Save Kurdish political prisoners on hunger strike in Orumiyeh prison

The Iranian Resistance calls on all international human rights bodies to take urgent and effective measures to save the lives 27 Kurdish political prisoners on strike in the central prison of Orumiyeh since last month.

The Iranian Resistance calls on the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the UN Special Rapporteur on the Situation of Human Rights in Iran to look into the requests of the prisoners as the condition of eight of them has deteriorated after 25 days of hunger strike.

British taxpayers money helped Iranian regime hang 3,000 - Report

British aid has assisted the brutal execution of nearly 3,000 people accused of drug smuggling in Iran, according to a report to be released this week by a London based group.

The campaign group Reprieve says millions of pounds from British taxpayers can be linked to ‘control’ operations and hangings carried out by the Iranian regime.

UN calls for "swift and transparent investigation" into death of Palestinian minister

The UN Security Council has called for a "swift and transparent investigation" into the death of a Palestinian minister during a confrontation with Israeli soldiers.

The Palestinian leadership blamed Israel for the "killing" of 55-year-old Ziad Abu Ein, after an Israeli border policeman shoved and grabbed him by the throat during a protest in the occupied West Bank.

British MPs call for firm actions by the UK government to address human rights abuses in Iran

British MPs, peers and international dignitaries have united to censure the increasing state-sponsored violence targeting women in Iran under the pretext of improper veiling and to condemn the recent surge in number of executions and public hangings, including 11 juveniles and over 30 women, during the first year of Hassan Rouhani's tenure.

A cross party panel of over a dozen MPs from both Houses of Parliament attended a conference on Thursday, December 11, in the British House of Commons.

Iran: 75 political prisoners suffering torture and filthy conditions in Evin prison

NCRI - A group of 75 political prisoners are suffering dire conditions inside Tehran’s Evin prison, according
to reports received from inside the jail.

The prisoners are being tortured, deprived of basic living conditions and being held 24 hours a day in former isolation rooms with no windows or ventilation.

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