The Guardian Council has ratified a bill on third party insurance coverage which states that equal blood money shall be paid for both men and women.
An Iranian Shiite cleric has said that the country needs to reverse the decline in ethical values before it becomes too late.
Niloufar Ardalan, the captain of Iran's women futsal team, has managed to legally defy the travel ban her husband had imposed on her and attend the 2015 Women's Futsal World Tournament in Guatemala.
The Guardian Council says that it has not found a parliamentary bill on safeguarding Iran's nuclear rights and achievements as contrary to the Constitution.
The Judiciary spokesman's comments on a ban on publication of news stories about the former president have drawn reaction.
Those who question the house arrest are the ones who either have not read the law or do not understand it, said the head of the Administrative Justice Court.
Based on Islamic and national laws, those involved in large-scale transfer and trafficking of drugs are sentenced to death by Iranian courts.
Iran has adopted a bylaw which calls for the release of and free access to public information without inquiring about the intention of applicants.
Two former judges and a social activist weigh in on a wave of pardons benefitting those who have been sentenced to Qisas.