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Fereydoon-Rouhani

Iran President’s Brother Arrested on Financial Charges

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani’s brother Hossein Fereydoun has been arrested after failing to post the bail set for him, the Judiciary spokesman says.
6 Murderers Escape ‘Eye for an Eye’ Punishment in Iran

6 Murderers Escape ‘Eye for an Eye’ Punishment in Iran

Six men who had committed murder in separate cases in Iran have managed to obtain consent from the victims' parents and escaped the gallows.
78 Judges Suspended in Iran Last Year: Judiciary

78 Judges Suspended in Iran Last Year: Judiciary

The Iranian Judiciary says it has suspended 78 judges from the bench during the past Iranian year (ended in mid-March 2017).

45 Foreign Ambassadors Tour Tehran’s Evin Prison

The Iranian Judiciary has taken dozens of foreign ambassadors residing in Tehran to a tour of Evin Prison to prove that the allegations raised against Iranian prisons are wrong and politically-motivated.
Iran Leader Urges Judiciary to Declare Position on Int'l Affairs

Iran Leader Urges Judiciary to Declare Position on Int’l Affairs

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei called on Iran’s Judiciary to legally pursue international issues and declare its stances on various subjects, such as sanctions or the US freeze on Iran’s assets.
Iran Leader Pardons 1049 Prisoners on Eid al-Fitr

Iran Leader Pardons 1049 Prisoners on Eid al-Fitr

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, has pardoned or commuted prison terms of 1,049 convicts found guilty by various Iranian courts.
Ejei

40,000 Inmates in Iran Granted Amnesty in One Year

Iran's Judiciary spokesman, Gholam-Hossein Mohseni-Eje’I, says nearly 40,000 prisoners in Iran have been granted amnesty in a one-year period.
ISIS

ISIS Elements Are ‘Corrupters of Earth’ in Iran’s Law

The Iranian judiciary spokesman says those cooperating with the ISIS and other terrorist groups are considered as ‘corrupters of the earth’ according to Iran’s Islamic law.
Ayatollah Amoli Larijani

Iran Judiciary Slams Provocative Remarks on Opposition Figures’ House Arrest

Iranian Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani indirectly criticized Hassan Rouhani’s campaign promise to end the house arrest of opposition figures, saying those who make such ‘provocative’ promises are not in a position to fulfil them.
Iran to Start Using Homegrown Ankle Monitors

Iran to Start Using Homegrown Ankle Monitors

Iran has unveiled its first indigenous ankle monitor made by domestic experts as part of a nationwide project to electronically supervise and watch prisoners, which will be implemented within six months.

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