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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.

“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.

Iran Summons Swedish Ambassador over Decision on Mossad Spy

The Swedish ambassador to Tehran has been summoned to the Iranian Foreign Ministry over the Swedish government’s questionable decision to grant citizenship to a Mossad spy jailed in Iran.

Iran Leader Regrets Justice Not Yet Realized in Islamic Republic

Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, says the country’s officials must apologize to people and God for failing to realize justice during the past four decades since the Islamic Establishment came to power.

US Prisoners in Iran Convicted of Espionage: Lawmaker

An Iranian MP says the American inmates in Iranian jails are convicted of spying for Washington but the Iranians in the American prisons are innocent and jailed only as part of efforts to put pressure on Tehran.

Iran Leader Pardons Over 500 Inmates

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has pardoned or commuted the sentences of 565 convicts sentenced by various courts on the occasion of the anniversary of the victory Iran’s 1979 Revolution.
Kavous Seyyed-Emami

Iranian MPs Looking into Death of Environmentalist in Jail

Several Iranian lawmakers have been probing into the death of environmental activist Kavous Seyyed-Emami, who is said to have committed suicide in Evin Prison according to the Judiciary.

Tehran-Based Foreign Envoys Briefed on Iran’s Human Rights Achievements

Iran has held a briefing for Tehran-based foreign ambassadors to make them familiar with the human rights achievements in Iran.

Iran Arrests Several Environmentalists for Espionage

Tehran's prosecutor says Iranian security forces have identified and arrested several people in connection with a spying case.

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