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UN condemns human rights abuses in Iran

The United Nations General Assembly on Thursday slammed the violations of human rights by the Iranian regime.

The resolution criticizes the Iranian regime's use of inhuman punishments, including flogging and amputations, and its use of the death penalty against young people under age 18.

OPEC oil earnings fall by 14 per cent - but Iran hit harder

OPEC countries will earn around $700 billion dollars from oil exports in 2014, a drop of 14 per cent on the previous year - but Iran's decrease in oil revenue could be even steeper, America's Energy Information Administration has announced.

The drop in oil earning was due to a fall in OPEC oil exports and lower oil prices, with the 2014 average for Brent crude oil projected to be eight per cent below the average 2013 price, the EIA report said.

Iraqi agents continue hindering Camp Liberty Iranians free access to medical care

NCRI - The cruel medical blockade on Camp Liberty and hampering access of residents to medical services continues.

On 15 December 2014, while all coordination for transfer of five patients to hospital had been made, in the last minutes and for no reason, the Iraqi agents prevented the patients’ departure and thus they missed all of their medical appointments.

Interview: Maryam Rajavi Discussing Nuclear Talks With Iranian regime

Mrs. Maryam Rajavi, the President-elect of the Iranian Resistance believes the Iranian regime must be placed under 'maximum international pressure and sanctions' if it is to be forced to give up its quest for a nuclear bomb.

In an interview with Ambassador Ken Blackwell, published in a number of news media, the leader of the Iranian Resistance identified the three facets of the regime’s survival strategy. Firstly, acquiring nuclear weapons, secondly, repressing its own citizens and thirdly aggression and meddling in neighbouring countries.

Iran: Two flogged in public for ‘mischief’ offences

NCRI - Two men have been publicly lashed in Iran for offences of disturbing public order and mischief.

The pair named only as K.A. and M.M. were each given 40 lashes in Chamestan County, in Mazandaran province.

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