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Iranian regime intensifies crackdown on Internet freedom

Hassan Rouhani’s telecommunications minister confirmed that the development of a system that can identify every user who logs onto the Internet is in the works.

“In future when people want to use the Internet they will be identified, and there will be no web surfer whose identity we do not know,” the country’s minister of telecommunications, Mahmoud Vaezi, said on Saturday.

Iran Student Day protests: ‘Free political prisoners’

NCRI - Iranian students held protests and gatherings on Sunday in universities across Iran marking Student Day, known locally as 16 Azar (December 7).

In fear of student protests in Tehran, the clerical regime cancelled Hassan Rouhani’s scheduled program at Tehran University.

Iranian regime delivers heavy artillery to Houthi rebels in Yemen – report

Shipments of heavy weapons have been delivered to Houthi rebels in Yemen via the Red Sea, informed sources told Arabic language daily Asharq Al-Awsat.

The anonymous sources told Asharq Al-Awsat that cargos of weapons sent by Iran arrived in Yemen through the ports of Midi and Houdayda.

Iran: Solidarity with Kurdish political prisoners on hunger strike

NCRI - In several cities across Iran, political prisoners expressed their solidarity with the Kurdish political prisoners on hunger strike in the prison of Orumieh (capital of the province of West Azerbaijan, situated in north western Iran).

According to reports, in solidarity with them, political prisoners held in other cities have also begun a hunger strike.

Iran: Minister of Intelligence admits murder of opposition members in exile

NCRI - The Minister of Intelligence and Security (MOIS) has acknowledged that his ministry’s agents have assassinated Iranian dissidents in Pakistan.

Speaking at a gathering in the city of Qum on 5 December, Mahmoud Alavi revealed details of crimes committed by his agents.

Iran: 12 million people suffer from hunger - Minister

Some 12 million Iranians are living in poverty according to a senior official of the Iranian regime. This is their first public admission to extensive hunger in the oil rich country.

The Minister of Labor and Social Affairs said poverty is assessed based on the three indices of revenue, appropriate health and education services, reported the state-run Mehr news agency on December 5.

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