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Iran Leader Agrees to New Conditions for Pardoning Prisoners

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has okayed new conditions for granting clemency to Iranian prisoners.

High School Girls Free Imprisoned Iranian Mother

A mother has returned home thanks to a successful fundraising campaign set up by a group of high school girls in Tehran.

Iranian Anti-Corruption NGO Launches Petition Website

The Iranian corruption watchdog Justice and Transparency Watch has launched a petition website aimed at enabling the 80-million nation to issue demands from the government and other state organs.

British PM Urged to Condemn Saudis’ Crimes ahead of Bin Salman’s Visit

Jeremy Corbyn has called on Prime Minister Theresa May to protest Saudi Arabia’s war in Yemen during the visit of the kingdom’s crown prince to London.

Iran’s Larijani Plants Olive Sapling as Sign of Peace on Arbour Day

Iranian Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani has planted an olive sapling at the onset of the National Week of Natural Resources as a sign of peace.

Iran Rejects UN Chief’s “Biased, Worthless” Human Rights Report

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has strongly dismissed as “invalid and worthless” the latest report by the UN secretary general on human rights situation in Iran.

“Saudi Blockade Has Pushed Yemenis to Brink of Famine”

Iran’s Justice Minister Alireza Avaei says the blockade imposed on Yemen by Saudi Arabia has pushed about 17 million civilians to the brink of a devastating famine.

“Those behind Recent Riots in Tehran Backed by Foreigners”

There is evidence that proves elements who raided a police station in northern Tehran Monday in apparent support for the dervish community were being supported by foreign governments, a senior judicial official said.

Top US Court Forbids Seizure of Achaemenid Artefacts

The US Supreme Court has ruled that American citizens injured in a 1997 suicide bombing in Israel cannot seize ancient Persian artefact from a Chicago university and museum as compensation.

Iran Summons Swedish Ambassador over Decision on Mossad Spy

The Swedish ambassador to Tehran has been summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry over the Swedish government’s questionable decision to grant citizenship to a Mossad spy jailed in Iran.

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