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Iran: Woman May Be Sentenced to Execution Based Solely on Qassameh

Iran: Woman May Be Sentenced to Execution Based Solely on Qassameh

By Staff Writer

According to the 10th annual report regarding the death penalty in Iran by Iran Human Rights (IHR), in 2017 at least 517 people were executed in the Islamic Republic of Iran. This is an average of at least one execution each day and more than one execution per 167,000 inhabitants. In 2017, Iran remained the country with the highest number of executions per capita.

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Iran Protests Watch - June 01, 2018

On Friday, June 1, Iranian truck drivers continued their strike for the 11th consecutive day. They are protesting against low wages, high costs of spare parts, high tariffs and repression of protesting truck drivers:

• ESFAHAN, Iran. The strike of Asphalt truckers

On Friday June 1, Asphalt truckers of Esfahan are on strike and none of them agreed to load any cargo.

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Friday's Iran Mini Report - June 01, 2018

Friday's Iran Mini Report - June 01, 2018

• GE Pulls Back From Work in Iran

General Electric Co. is planning to end sales of oil and natural-gas equipment later this year in Iran, people familiar with the matter said, illustrating how U.S. withdrawal from the nuclear deal is shutting a narrow window of opportunity for some American businesses there.

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The International Transport Workers’ Federation, (ITF) Supports Truck Drivers in Iran

The International Transport Workers’ Federation, on behalf of the 20 million transport workers worldwide that our organization represents, stands in full solidarity with the truck drivers of Iran as they enter a tenth day of strikes.

Truckers in Iran are taking mass action over low wages and rising expenses, as well as for workers’ rights and road safety.

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Iran: 4 Provinces Are in Severe Food Crisis!

By Staff Writer

Poverty is now apparent in the form of a food crisis in many of Iran’s provinces.

In a country with such massive reserves of oil and gas, the phenomenon of “poverty” must be directly correlated with “social inequality”; social inequality can be found in all areas of life, be it “social opportunities, work, education, culture, economy, or nutrition”.

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