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News: Iranian society

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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An Unprecedented Rise in the Number of Child Labour in Iran

An Unprecedented Rise in the Number of Child Labour in Iran

By Amir Taghati

According to a state expert, close to a quarter of Iran’s population are rural residents, and consequently, there is an increasing rate of child labour witnessed as Kolbars (humans used as carriers) and vendors (selling items in the street).

According to official government reports, there are nearly 2 million child workers in Iran now, and according to “unofficial reports, 7 million”.

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Poverty in Iran Leads Children to Search Through Rubbish

Poverty in Iran Leads Children to Search Through Rubbish

By Staff Writer

One Iranian man died in Shiraz on October 21 after eating rotten food from a trashcan, a chilling example of the prevalence of poverty in Iran. Many in Iran are now so poor that they have to resort to digging through the garbage to find food to eat or resources to sell on, including young children.

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Iran: Major Health Concerns Over Cell Towers

Iran: Major Health Concerns Over Cell Towers

‌By Amir Taghati

For the past two decades, more and more Base Transceiver Stations (BTS) have been erected to keep up with the increasing demand for high speed internet and data services. However, there are major concerns about the effect that this equipment is having on public health.

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