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Iran News in Brief – November 29, 2020

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UPDATE: 6:30 PM CET

Coronavirus Causing Rifts Among Iranian Officials

The coronavirus pandemic was something that Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei originally saw as a “blessing” and an “opportunity” but has now become the regime’s worst nightmare.

They initially thought that the infectious and deadly disease would be enough to prevent protests but not only has that failed, but regime infighting has increased exponentially.

That latest infighting can be seen at the Health Ministry, where Health Minister Said Namaki refused to acknowledge his role in the crisis and blamed medical research instead.

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Flood in southern Iranian cities

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UPDATE: 9:00 AM CET

Iran: Coronavirus Fatalities in 465 Cities Exceeds 171,200

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) announced on Saturday, November 28, 2020, that the Coronavirus death toll in 465 cities had exceeded 171,200. The number of victims in Tehran is 42,161, Khorasan Razavi 12,110, Isfahan 9,755, Khuzestan 9,140, Lorestan 7,045, Qom 6,850, East Azerbaijan 6,818, Mazandaran 6,622, West Azerbaijan 6,310, Fars 4,862, Alborz 4,580, Sistan and Baluchestan 4,331, Golestan 4,257, Kermanshah 3,696, Central Province 3,373, Kerman 3,349, Kurdistan 3,006, Yazd 3,002, Ardabil 1,932, Ilam 1,750, Qazvin 1,744, Zanjan 1,717, and Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari 1,320.

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Continued detention of a nurse and a philosophy graduate in Evin’s 209

Bahareh Soleimani remains in detention in the Intelligence Ministry Ward 209 of Evin Prison, nearly 1.5 months since her arrest on October 16, 2020.

Bahareh Soleimani, 43, is a nurse who worked for the health networks. She has suffered lung damage during the past 10 months when she cared for COVID-19 patients. But ever since her arrest, she has been deprived of the medical care she needs. She has made only three one-minute calls to her family since her detention.

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Municipality agents ruthlessly try to confiscate a street vendor’s cart. A brave Iranian woman intervenes

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Assadi’s trial: A victory for the people of Iran, a test for Europe

The Iranian regime and its officials have much to answer for: human rights violations, torture, execution, terrorism, censorship, and arming terror groups are just some of the items that adorn the list of crimes the mullahs’ regime has committed. But while it was previously thought that these criminals would only see justice after the fall of their regime, a trial held in Antwerp, Belgium, on Friday, November 27, proved otherwise.

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