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UPDATE: 8:30 PM CEST
On Wednesday, Iran Witnessed Several Protests and Local Clashing With Security Forces
On Wednesday, villagers of Serab Kehman in Lorestan province tried to prevent the police from cutting their walnut trees, damaging their living habitat. The police opened fire on the people and wounded more than a hundred, including 30 women. The footage contains graphic scenes and cannot be shown.
In Izeh County, Khuzestan province, workers of the water and wastewater facility demonstrated and called upon the authorities to pay their salaries.
On Wednesday, Rigan Khodro clients in Mashhad who purchased but didn’t receive their cars protested in front of the Ministry of Industry, Mine and Trade’s office. The fraudulent dealership was working under the very ministry’s license for three years but there has been no supervision of the government whatsoever.
As the state’s attorney general was entering the main communications company in Shiraz, retired workers gathered in front of its office to demand 15 years of their pension.
Villagers of Kuhnab in East Azarbaijan blocked the main road to this region in order to prevent the mining company from destroying the environment. According to reports, the state has sent security forces to crack down on the locals.
Engineering staff and supervisors of the farming industry in Kerman gathered in front of the governor’s office and went on strike. They were protesting about the lack of job security and their rights.
Swindled stock owners who lost their fortunes due to systemic stock manipulation rallied in front of the Tehran Stock Exchange. Earlier they tried to protest in front of the Parliament but were dispersed by the security forces.
UPDATE: 9:30 AM CEST
Iran: Staggering Coronavirus Death Toll in 541 Cities Surpasses 267,900
#Iran Coronavirus Update
More than 267,900 people have died of the novel #coronavirus in 541 cities checkered across all of Iran's 31 provinces, according to the Iranian opposition PMOI/MEK.
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) April 27, 2021
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Iran’s Regime Is Covering Up Its Old Crimes by Committing More Crimes
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Iran Crisis Will Spur Protests
Iran is experiencing a number of economic, social, and environmental crises, which only increases the people’s hatred of the regime as the crises get worse and destroy the lives of the people. One of the biggest crises right now is unemployment and even the state-run media is reporting on it, which shows just how bad the problem is.
Khamenei’s Iran elections impasse
Less than two months to Iran’s presidential elections and the regime has yet to officially announce its candidates for the mock vote that will bring Iran’s next president to power. But this isn’t the only thing that sets this year’s Iran elections apart. An unprecedented number of Iranians, on social media, and during street protests, have called for a boycott of the elections. Iran’s state-run media are even calling the upcoming June 18 Iran elections, “the strangest presidential elections”.
Iran: 60% Uranium Enrichment
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4th Iranian Teenage Girl Commits Suicide in April
A 17-year-old girl from Kuper village near Piranshahr, northwestern Iran committed suicide by hanging herself yesterday. According to the Human Rights News Agency, the 17-year-old was identified as Jineh Bourdian. An informed source said Jineh killed herself because of her family’s disagreement with her choice in marriage.