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Europe Should Prevent Iran's Secret Service From Acting Against Iranian Refugees in Albania

By: Alejo Vidal-Quadras

International Committee in Search of Justice (ISJ) is alarmed about a new malicious campaign launched by the “Islamic Republic of Iran”, against its opposition members residing in Albania. It believes given the dangerous consequences of this campaign for the safety and security of Europe in general and the Iranian dissidents in particular, it is imperative to take proper and immediate steps to nullify Tehran’s plots.

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Iranian Refugees Suffering Untold Mental Harm in Refugee Centres in the Pacific

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Refugees from Iran are being left with “shocking” psychological damage after long-term detention on remote Pacific islands, whilst waiting for the Australian government to hear their asylum claims, according to a senior United Nations refugee agency official.

On Wednesday, Indrika Ratwatte said that the situation in Nauru and Manus Island in Papua New Guinea was one of the worst he had seen in his 25 years at the UN.

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Bank Helped Iran Avoid International Sanctions in Transactions Worth $7bn

NCRI Staff

NCRI - A Persian Gulf bank secretly helped the Iranian Regime evade international sanctions for over a decade in a multibillion-dollar corruption scheme, according to legal documents filed during a recent audit of the Bahraini government.

As part of a joint venture by two of Iran’s largest lenders, Future Bank, which has now gone out of business, routinely altered financial documents to hide evidence that Iran was trading with dozens of foreign partners.

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Thursday's Iran Mini Report - Apr. 5, 2018

• Iran's Nobel Laureate Is Done With Reform. She Wants Regime Change

"Reform is useless in Iran," Ebadi told Eli Lake in an interview Thursday. "The Iranian people are very dissatisfied with their current government. They have reached the point and realized this system is not reformable."

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Warning; Continuing This Process Means Ample Destruction of Iran

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Shocking talks of the head of environmental organization about the water challenge in Iran: We don’t have more ability than this, and if pressure is exceeded, the demise of Iran's land will take place faster.

Although the reality of this catastrophe, the destruction of Iran under the mullahs’ rule, in the words of the head of the environmental organization, Isa Kalantari, is not something new, it is significant that these words are delivered by a government official.

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