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“Candidates’ Election Costs Should Be Transparent to People”

“Candidates’ Election Costs Should Be Transparent to People”

An Iranian parliamentarian says the public should be informed of candidates’ election expenditure.
larijani

Iran, Italy Mull Human Rights, Anti-Terror Cooperation

Officials from Iran and Italy hailed the most recent round of bilateral talks on human rights issues, with the both sides calling for closer interaction in the fight against terrorism, such as by the exchange of intelligence information.
Prisoner- Got Married

Release of Prisoner Who Got Married While He Was on Death Row

An Iranian prisoner, who had been sentenced to death for manslaughter, was forgiven after getting married inside the prison.
“Pledge to Increase Cash Subsidies Aimed at Buying Votes”

“Pledge to Increase Cash Subsidies Aimed at Buying Votes”

A top Iranian parliamentarian says the promise of increasing cash handouts by some presidential candidates is a clear example of vote-buying.
Genetic

‘Iran Should Establish Genetic Data Bank for Inmates’

An Iranian lawmaker has stressed the importance of establishing a genetic data bank for prisoners.
Mohseni Ejei

Ettela’at managing editor arraigned: Spokesman

Prosecutors allege that the head of the Ettela’at daily has acted against a directive of theirs which is based on a decision of the Supreme National Security Council.

Leader condemns Saudi execution of Sheikh Nimr

The Supreme Leader has slammed the silence of those who claim to be advocates of freedom, democracy and human rights, and their support for the Saudi regime which is killing innocent people.
Interesting Penalties Introduced for Illegal Hunts in Iran

Interesting Penalties Introduced for Illegal Hunts in Iran

Judges in Iran have recently started giving hunters interestingly unconventional sentences over illegal hunts.
Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati

Advertisement of Iranian Films in Satellite Channels Requires Revision of Law: Minister

Iranian Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati regretted that Iranian cultural products are not legally allowed to be advertised in satellite channels while 70% of Iranians watch such networks.
syrian children

UN Says Violence against Syrian Children Hits Rock Bottom in 2016

The previous year was the worst year for Syria’s children in terms of violence in the war-ravaged country, the UN's children's agency said Monday as the conflict nears its seventh year.

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