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Legal threats to women in Iran for singing and playing music

NCRI - Women in Iran are being threatened with legal action for singing or playing music in the latest clampdown on civil liberties within the religious dictatorship.

A group of members of parliament in Iran have called for tougher action against women flouting the law.

Iran may be within months of developing nuclear weapon, Ex-UN inspector says

A former top nuclear inspector for the United Nations says that the Iranian regime may be within months of developing a nuclear weapon because the international community remains in the dark about Tehran’s stockpiles of nuclear material and advanced uranium enrichment centrifuges, The Washington Times reported.

Mr. Olli Heinonen, the former deputy director of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), said: “We don’t know where [the Iranians] are today.”

Iranian-British woman held for ‘links with foreigners,’ official says

NCRI - The Iranian regime’s judiciary said Tuesday an Iranian-British woman arrested in June after trying to attend a men’s volleyball match was being held for security reasons and over “links with foreigners”.

Ghocheh Gahavmi was arrested for having “acted against the security of the country and for links with foreigners”, Hadi Sadeghi, deputy chief of the judiciary’s cultural affairs department, said Tuesday.

Germany: Iran nuclear talks reach ‘make-or-break’ point

The West is facing a “make-or-break moment” to reach a deal with the Iranian regime regarding nuclear talks, German’s foreign minister said on Tuesday after two days of high-level negotiations in the Oman capital failed to reach a breakthrough.

Germany, the U.S. and four other world powers have spent years addressing concerns over the clerical regime’s nuclear ambitions. However, two days of tough talks ending on Monday failed to make major headway towards a final deal.

Iran to ban anonymous Internet users from the web in latest online crackdown

NCRI – The Iranian regime is set to block Internet access to all 'unidentified users' in the latest crackdown on web freedom in the regime.

Deputy Information and Communication Technology Minister Nasrullah Jahangardi said on Monday: "The identity of everyone accessing a network must be known and anonymous users will be blocked.

World Medical Association Concerned Over Iranians in Camp Liberty, Iraq

The World Medical Association has expressed its extreme concern about "worrying health conditions" of the Iranian dissidents in Camp Liberty, Iraq, and has called on Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi to take immediate action to ensure the camp’s residents full access to adequate health care facilities.

The Paris based WMA which is in official relations with the World Health Organization (WHO) and was founded in 1947 endeavors to achieve the highest international standards in preserving medical ethics, and health care for all people in the world.

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