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Washington Post reporter part of plot to oust Iran gov’t: MP

Rezaian was tasked with implementing a scenario orchestrated by a group of US Senators, Shafiei quoted an IRGC report as saying.
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Supreme Leader pardons prisoners on auspicious occasions

The Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution has pardoned or reduced the prison sentences of as many as 630 convicts marking two Muslim feasts.
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Iran’s judiciary dismisses talks on prisoner swap for Jason Rezaian

Nothing has been raised about the exchange of Jason Rezaian for Iranian nationals jailed in the US, Mohseni Ejei said.
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Inmates imprisoned for involuntary offenses released in Mashhad (PHOTOS)

Over the past 25 years, 90,000 prisoners found guilty of involuntary offenses have been released.
Mehdi Hashemi

MP writes letter to judiciary on imprisoned son of former president

"What is wrong with a defendant or their attorney saying that the ruling issued in the case is not fair?" Motahari asked in the letter.
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Iran underlines need for implementing Islamic human rights declaration

Iran's top MP has said that human rights should turn into a public demand so that governments would be forced to take major steps in safeguarding human rights.
Ahmad Shaheed

Revelation and rejection of a cable that alleges bribery

Without denying the report, WikiLeaks simply asked the source that published the news to show which cable its claim is based on.
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International interaction can help facilitate adaptation: Rafsanjani

I hope what is related to human rights is deemed as important globally and in the future there are no instances of injustice in the world, Ayatollah Rafsanjani said.
Jason Rezaian

Another hearing held for Washington Post reporter

Rezaian is facing charges of espionage, collaboration with hostile governments, gathering classified information and disseminating propaganda against the Islamic Republic.
Mohammad Javad Larijani

Larijani urges UN to stop Saudi aggression against Yemen

Larijani said the perpetrators of aggression and use of force should be held accountable before the International Criminal Court.

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