Arash Sadeqi is an Iranian political prisoner who has reportedly spent 70 days on hunger strike in protest at his wife’s arrest. However, there is another side in his story and the popular campaigns calling for attention to his demands.
A number of Iranian lawmakers and a member of Tehran’s City Council have called on the Iranian Judiciary to address the demands of a number of political prisoners, particularly Arash Sadeqi who has been reportedly on hunger strike for nearly 70 days.
The World Customs Organisation’s Centre of Information and Security has introduced Iran as the world’s third country in the fight against violation of customs regulations and smuggling of goods.
An Iranian prisoner, who had been sentenced to death for manslaughter, was forgiven after getting married inside the prison.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei on Thursday pardoned or commuted prison terms of 1,231 convicts sentenced by various Iranian courts.
A young Iranian criminal who had been sentenced to prison will serve his term by cleaning up the environment from now on.
The Supreme Court of Iran has upheld a death sentence that a court had handed down to Iranian corporate mogul Babak Zanjani in March on corruption charges, an official said Saturday.
A drug-addicted man in Iran has been sentenced to over 30 years in prison for imprisoning and torturing his wife and children, according to the woman’s female lawyer.
An attempt to arrest the reformist Iranian lawmaker Mahmoud Sadeqi on Sunday has sparked great controversy during the past few days in Iran.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his government would ask parliament to consider reintroducing the death penalty as a punishment for the plotters behind the July coup bid.