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Prosecutor General Announces Continuing Blocking of Social Media in Iran

The head of the Committee for Determining Criminal Web Content - Mohammad Jafar Montazeri

By Staff Writer

The head of the Committee for Determining Criminal Web Content - Mohammad Jafar Montazeri – has said that there are no plans for the blocking of social media platform Twitter to be removed. Montazeri is also the Iranian Prosecutor General.

According to Iranian media outlets, he advised that the blocking is an issue that goes beyond the remit of his committee.

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Iran Regime Fires on Border Couriers and Slaughters Dozens of Horses

By Staff Writer

Over the weekend, the Iranian regime’s security forces killed and injured a number of impoverishes border couriers, known as ‘Kulbars’, and slaughtered some 200 of their horses in Iran’s western border region under the pretext of combatting the smuggling of goods.

On Sunday, May 20, one Kulbar, identified as Ramin Sanji from the city of Urmia, was killed and another one was shot and injured in the chest in the border region of Targur.

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Why Iran’s Road Accident Rate Is Too High?

Iran’s Road Accident

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran’s road accidents leave 28,000 dead and 300,000 injured and disabled every year, putting Iran in 189th place among 190 countries with respect to traffic related accidents.

According to Iranian regime officials, road accidents cost the country eight percent of its GDP.

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Iran Regime Tightens Internet Censorship Using Its Domestic Search Engines

Iran Tightens Internet Censorship Using Its Domestic Search Engines

By Staff Writer

On Tuesday 21st April 2018, the Media of Iran announced the regime’s new plan to make the use of its domestic search engines compulsory for all government organisations.

The Head of the Information and Communication Technology, Rasul Saraiyan, stated: “we are planning to make the use of domestic search engines compulsory for all government organisations, and are aiming to persuade the general public to utilize them too”.

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A Report on the Precarious Working Conditions of 1500000 Iranian Builders

1500000 construction workers in Iran

By Staff Writer

Due to the lack of employment and the overall stagnation of construction, the lives of many Iranian builders are falling apart.

According to ILNA (Iranian Labour News Agency) on 14th May 2018, the top two reasons for this issue are: the decline in construction demands, and, the employment of low-cost workers from other nationalities.

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Iran: Rouhani Orders the Blocking of Anti-Filters

Rouhani Orders the Blocking of Anti-Filters

By Staff Writer

The Ministry of Information and Communications Technology of Iran’s regime claimed that the anti-filters can be used as ransomware, and that they can be a potential threat to security too. He said that such tools are especially desired by the subversive forces.

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