Iran Roads in Critical Conditions

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - An intercity bus carrying schoolgirls was overturned in Iran’s southern province of Fars on Friday, September 1, following which the state media reported on dozens of schoolgirls being killed or wounded.

IRAN: 19 Arrested in Raid at Private Party

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - Up to 19 men and women have been arrested in Iran after they attended a private party in the city of Sirjan in southern Iran.

The young Iranians were detained following a raid by repressive State Security Forces (police) on a house in a garden in the suburb of the city, state-run news outlets reported on Sunday, 4 September.

Iran - Anaesthesiologists Protest: It Is Possible We Do Not Anaesthetize Some Patients

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - In continuation of Iranian anaesthesiologists protest against reduction of anaesthesia tariffs, an official in the specialized association of this field while criticizing “discrimination and injustice,” emphasized that if this problem is not resolved, “it is possible that we do not anaesthetize some patients.”

Iran – Prominent Syndicalist Prisoner in Critical Health Condition

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - Workers Syndicate of Tehran and Suburbs Bus Company, in a statement reported “deterioration” of Reza Shahabi’s health condition due to “complications of hunger strike.” Mr. Shahabi is a member of the board of directors of this guild organization.

Iran Regime Ignores the Demands of the Pensioners

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The Coordinating Council of Iranian Educational Organizations referred to the rough treatment of Iranian authorities towards the retirees, announcing that the retirees did not achieve favorable results through constant negotiations with government and Parliament. The authorities have only given them nothing but false promises.

A Report on the Poor Condition of Workers in the Southeastern Iran

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - While the project of 46000-hectare water transfer is entering its second year of operation in southeastern Iran, nearly 2000 workers are working on the project and struggling with problems such as the unpaid wages, overtime work as well as lack of safety controls.

Iran: Shocking Ads, People Put Their Kidneys on Sale out of Poverty

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - The state-run media, Mashregh News Website has released an image of a leaflet on which the sale of kidney has been advertised. A couple was planning to sell their kidney and bone marrow due to indigence and financial problems.

Construction Accidents Account for 5 to 6 Workers Dying Monthly in Iran

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - According to the state-run ILNA News on August 23, 2017, five construction workers lose their lives at work on average every month within Iran. The latest example is the two workers who passed away in Qom Province.

A 35-year-old construction worker, who was working in a workshop on Honarestan Street located in Qom Province, lost his life as he fell to the ground. Two days before the incident, another construction worker also passed away due to a similar cause on August 20, 2017.

Iran's Intellectual, Cultural Suicide Under the Mullahs' Regime

By NCRI Staff

NCRI - With Iran’s brain drain still going on, flood of the country’s capital wealth, including experts, university graduates, and special talents keep immigrating to other countries, Europe and the US in particular.

It’s obvious that repression, oppressive social conditions, and being too difficult to make a living are the factors that before anything force the brightest Iranians to emigrate from their country.

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