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News: Iranian society

Corruption in Iran Results in Malnutrition for the Children

Corruption in Iran Results in Malnutrition for the Children

By Staff Writer

The number of Iranian people living in poverty continues to grow, and many children are suffering from illnesses due to inadequate amounts of food. Poverty is an important factor of the increasing malnutrition among Iranian children, who may go on to experience physical and mental disabilities.

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Iran: A Tsunami of Poverty That Stems From the Regime of Mullahs

Iran: A Tsunami of Poverty That Stems From the Regime of Mullahs

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Poverty is speedily spreading across Iran; in fact, as acknowledged by many government officials themselves, more than 70% of Iran’s population is living under the poverty line now.

According to ILNA (October 31st, 2018): “At this point in time, around 70% of our population lives in a very vulnerable situation. Though the poorer class have been hit the strongest by poverty, the middle class is also suffering as much, especially given that they can’t reduce their expenses all that easily”.

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Gas Shortage Cause Havoc in Poverty-Stricken Iran

Gas Shortage Cause Havoc in Poverty-Stricken Iran

By Staff Writer

The gas shortage in the poverty-stricken Sistan and Baluchestan province, south-west Iran, has caused incredible problems for the people there, with many having to line up for hours in order to fill up their gas cylinders, before the harsh winters that plague this dry province come into full force.

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Iran: Regime’s Ban of Telegram Is a Failure

Iran: Regime’s Ban of Telegram Is a Failure

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Earlier this year, the Iranian regime made the decision to ban Telegram – the most popular messaging service in Iran with more than 42 million regular users. The hardliners ordered internet service providers to block access to the messaging service on 30th April.

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Iran: Child Labour Situation to Worsen

Iran: Child Labour Situation to Worsen

By Shahriar Kia

The world’s child labour rate has dropped by a third Since 2000, but there are still many countries where child labour is a serious problem.

One of these countries is Iran and situation is getting worse and worse. The economy is struggling and the people are getting poorer and poorer. Unrest is widespread and people are resorting to desperate measures to be able to cope with their situation.

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Iran’s Water Crisis and Regime’s Proxy Wars

Iran’s Water Crisis and Regime’s Proxy Wars

By Mohammad Sadat Khansari

Despite the 70% drop in Rial’s value, Iran’s regime continues with its billion-dollar spending on proxy wars within Syria, Iraq, and Yemen. Approximately 97% of Iran is currently undergoing the worst drought of the past half a century.

The ongoing water shortage has taken its toll on Iran’s water and electricity, which along with the massive wave of unemployment and protests, proves just how incapable the regime really is in fulfilling people’s most basic needs.

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Rouhani Acknowledges Poor Living Conditions of Iranians

Rouhani Acknowledges Poor Living Conditions of Iranians

By Staff Writer

Iran Regime’s President Hassan Rouhani finally acknowledged the poor living conditions of the Iranian people during a speech on Monday.

In a speech from the city of Khoy that was broadcast live, Rouhani said: “I totally know that the living conditions of the people have become harder compared to previous months. The price of goods has taken an upward turn. I know that the economic condition has become harder. It is true that we have problems in production. According to our religious and national obligations, we will continue our path; under no condition will we allow the people to have major problems in providing basic goods.

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