Iran: 1400 Golestan Fishermen Not Been Paid for Five Months

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NCRI - According to a board member of Golestan Province’s Fishermen Trade Union, 1400 fishermen in the province have not been paid for the past five months.

“There are 1400 fishermen in Golestan Province’s ‘Pareh Turkman’ and ‘Pareh Kumishtapeh’ port towns, working for 21 cooperative companies. The sturgeon-harvesting workers, however, have not been paid in the last five months by the Specialized Agricultural Services parent company”, says Aman Kalagi-Toumaj in his interview with state-run ILNA news agency on February 18, 2018.

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Acknowledging Unemployment of 20,000 PhD Students in Iran

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NCRI - According to Iran’s head of Azad University, there are currently 20,000 unemployed PhD students in the country.

While speaking in Hamedan, Farhad Rahbar said “today, there are 47,000 PhD students in the country, of whom 20,000 are unemployed”, according to the terrorist Quds Force’s Tasnim news agency.

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Iran Regime Trying to Isolate Country From Western World

TEHRAN, Feb.7, 2018. Allameh university. conference on "Pathology of teaching English language in elementary schools"

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NCRI - The Iranian Regime’s ban on the teaching of English in its public schools is just the latest in a long line of measures designed to restrict the Iranian people’s access to information in order to control the population and show them only the mullahs’ ideology.

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Iran: More Children Died Due to Frostbite in the Earthquake-Stricken Area

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NCRI - Despite the denial of the governor of quake riddled province of Kermanshah.Some MPs and Iranian regime's media outlets report an increase in the mortality rate of children due to cold weather in the earthquake-stricken areas.

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Iran: Several Earthquake Victims in Kermanshah Died Due to Frostbite

Sarina lost her life because of cold and lack of housing for earthquake victims in Kermanshah region

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NCRI - The freezing cold in Kermanshah took the life of several residents of this earthquake-stricken province in Iran. The reason for the loss of these people is the ignoring and inattention of the Iranian regime officials to the catastrophic situation of the earthquake victims. The lives of a number other people in this area are also at risk.

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Minister of Health: 2000 Deaths Annually Due to Work-Related Accidents in Iran

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NCRI - The Iranian regime’s minister of health announced that 2000 workers die annually due to work-related accidents in Iran and 40 percent of the workshops in the country do not provide necessary safety for the workers.

According to the state-run ISNA news agency, Seyd Hassan Hashemi in the annual meeting of the safe societies held in Razi conference centre stated: “The occurrence of some incidents such as the Plasco, traffic accidents and... are the symbols of the inefficiencies accumulated over decades and today are causing many deaths and disabilities in the country.”

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Iran: Some 50% of School Buildings in Tehran Are Worn-Out

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NCRI - A member of the Iranian regime's parliament admitted that "50% of school buildings in the metropolis of Tehran are worn-out ". This is while the government of Hassan Rouhani has reduced the development share of education in the 2018 budget.

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Iran’s Water Crisis Is Regime’s Doing

NCRI Staff

NCRI - Water is one of the most basic human needs, so it is no surprise that water crises can lead to unrest and uprisings across the world.

In December, a panel of retired US military officials warned that water stress- defined as a shortage of fresh water- would be “a growing factor in the world’s hot spots and conflict areas”.

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Iran’s Internet Trolls Cannot Compete With the Iranian People

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NCRI - The Iranian Regime is one of many countries engaging in cyber warfare, using internet trolls and disinformation to manipulate public opinion. Iran’s army of trolls are less well-funded and less effective than those of other countries, like Russia, but their influence is steadily increasing.

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