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Large Group of Iranian Prisoners Extradited from Kuwait

Based on an extradition treaty, 47 Iranian prisoners in the Persian Gulf state of Kuwait returned home to serve the rest of their sentences in Iran.

No Difference between Arab, Iranian, or Afghan Nationals in Iran’s Judiciary

The Prosecutor-General of Tehran, Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi, criticized certain allegations about a lack of serious will in the judicial system in pursuing the recent brutal murder of an Afghan child because of her nationality, and stressed that in Iran, it makes no difference where the victim comes from.
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International interaction can help facilitate adaptation: Rafsanjani

I hope what is related to human rights is deemed as important globally and in the future there are no instances of injustice in the world, Ayatollah Rafsanjani said.
President Rouhani

Rouhani: All Iranians Equal in Civil Rights

President Hassan Rouhani said that all Iranians, including Shia and Sunni Muslims, have equal civil rights in the country.
Ahmad Shahid

UN rights report based on false, fabricated information: Iran

The Iranian Judiciary's High Council for Human Rights rejected the report as being founded upon “incorrect information and fabricated sources,”
Masoumeh Ebtekar

Environment chief: Iran wins legal battle against US

The number of Maragheh Fossils is 3,000, of which 1,500 fossils were sent to US for research, the environment chief said.

Iranian, Kazakh Judiciary officials sign MoU on judicial cooperation

Prosecutor General Mohammad Jaafar Montazeri in a meeting with his Kazakh Prosecutor General Askhat Daulbayev on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Judicial cooperation.
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Inmates imprisoned for involuntary offenses released in Mashhad (PHOTOS)

Over the past 25 years, 90,000 prisoners found guilty of involuntary offenses have been released.

Interview: Postgraduate Due to Marry a Man Condemned to Death

Elham’s love story took place in a prison. When she went to visit her brother in prison, she fell in love with a boy who is soon to be executed for murder.
Amoli Larijani

Judiciary Chief slams West’s stance on terrorism, human rights

The Judiciary chief has lashed out at the West's double-standards on human rights and terrorism, saying terrorist attacks are the beginning of a coordinated move to spread Islamophobia.

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