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  • Iran intensifies diplomatic blitz against US sanctions as hopes grow for Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe release

    Iran’s appeals for help during the coronavirus crisis raising hopes of a diplomatic breakthrough for jailed Westerners
    Diplomatic appeals by Iran for relief from US sanctions to help it fight the coronavirus pandemic may offer an opportunity for the release of dual nationals jailed by the regime, campaigners have suggested.
    Intensive discussions between Iran and Britain, France and Germany over the coronavirus crisis have run in parallel with talks over the release of prisoners such as (...)

  • Iran: Continuing judicial harassment of Ms. Narges Mohammadi

    March 20, 2020
    The Observatory for the Protection of Human Rights Defenders, a partnership of FIDH and the World Organisation Against Torture (OMCT), has received new information and requests your urgent intervention in the following situation in Iran.
    New information:
    The Observatory has been informed by the League for the Defence of Human Rights in Iran (LDDHI) about the continuing judicial harassment of Ms. Narges Mohammadi, a journalist and Spokesperson and Vice-President of the (...)

  • Jailed Iranian Activist Nasrin Sotoudeh Writes a Plea for Peace on International Women’s Day

    Jailed Iranian Activist Nasrin Sotoudeh Writes a Plea for Peace on International Women’s Day
    By Nasrin Sotoudeh March 6, 2020
    One afternoon, on a late spring day in 2018, a group of officers from the Iranian Prosecutor’s Office and the Ministry of Intelligence came and arrested me while I was home alone. They took me to Evin Prison in a green taxi. In absentia, I had been sentenced to five years in prison for my work as a women’s rights and human rights attorney. A few months later, seven (...)

  • Grave Concerns for Prisoners in Iran Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

    Tehran Prison Lacks Medicines, Sanitary Supplies as Some Inmates Exhibit “Severe” Cold Symptoms
    February 28, 2020 – The Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) is extremely concerned by reports that prisoners in Iran lack access to medicines as well as hygiene and sanitary products amid a rapidly rising death toll from a coronavirus outbreak in the country.
    “We’re receiving disturbing reports that Iranian authorities are neglecting their domestic and international legal obligations to protect (...)

  • Detained Protestors in Iran: Beaten, Tortured, Forced to “Confess”

    https://iranhumanrights.org/2020/02/detained-protestors-in-iran-beaten-tortured-forced-to-confess
    February 10, 2020 – Detainees held in Iran since the November 2019 street protests—including juveniles—are being beaten, forced to make self-incriminating statements and held in inhumane incarceration conditions, and their families are not being informed of their whereabouts and condition, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) has learned from first-hand accounts in Iran.
    CHRI calls upon (...)

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