The following is an excerpt of the article published by freemovement on European Court of Human Rights’ rejection of Iran regime’s assurances about use of torture:
The European Court of Human Rights has held that the extradition to Iran of a man accused of theft would breach Article 3 of the human rights convention despite the Iranian regime’s authorities providing an assurance that he would not be tortured.
The European Union on Monday extended sanctions against Iran's regime until April 2020 in response to "serious human rights violations".
In a statement, the Council of the European Union extended until April 13, 2020 its "restrictive measures responding to serious human rights violations in Iran".
By Staff Writer
Iran has been hit by devastating flash floods since mid-March and over 200 have been reported dead. The Regime responded not with government aid, but with sending in suppressive forces, like the Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and the Bassij, to suppress any protests, as well as threatening to arrest those who spread news of the floods on social media.