Judiciary

“Nazanin Zaghari’s Incarceration Not Related to UK Debts to Iran”

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says Nazanin Zaghari’s imprisonment in Iran has nothing to do with bilateral relations between Tehran and London.

“283 Iranian Inmates in Turkmenistan to Be Transferred to Iran”

Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman says over 280 Iranians behind bars in Turkmenistan will be repatriated following the Iranian president’s visit to Ashgabat.

Rahim-Mashaei, Another Ally of Ahmadinejad, Arrested in Iran

Former vice president of Iran Esfandiar Rahim Mashaei was detained by the police for questioning, judicial authorities said.

Charity Concert Held in Tehran to Raise Funds for Mothers in Prison

Iran’s Vice-Presidency for Women and Family Affairs has organized a benefit concert in Tehran to raise funds for the release of incarcerated moms as part of a campaign called “Prison No Place for Mothers”.

Iranian Judge Sentences Convicts to Plant Trees

Doing community services as a punishment, especially for convicts of misdemeanors, is becoming more and more prevalent in Iran, where a judge has so far ordered offenders to plant more than 10,000 trees if they want to avoid spending their time behind bars.

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.

“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.

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