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Iran Threatens to Let Migrants, Narcotics Flood Europe

Iran has threatened to allow migrants and narcotics to flood European countries as it cannot pay the costs of fighting terrorists, drug smugglers, and illegal migrants alone, especially now that it is under the US’ harshest sanctions ever.
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Law to Monitor Iranian Officials’ Assets Coming into Force

Iran's Judiciary chief says an executive bylaw on looking into government officials' property and assets will soon come into force.

US in No Position to Lecture Others on Human Rights: Iran

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi has denounced a recent anti-Iran statement by his American counterpart, saying the US is in no place to comment on human rights situation in other countries.

‘Saudis Sending a Message to World with Mass Executions’

An Iranian political analyst says Saudi Arabia beheaded nearly 40 domestic dissidents a few months after the scandal of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder to tell the world that even global outcries can’t deter the country from pressing ahead with its anti-human rights projects.

Iran’s Judiciary Chief Condemns Saudi Mass Execution

Iran's Judiciary Chief Seyyed Ebrahim Raisi has strongly denounced the recent mass execution of Shiite Muslims in Saudi Arabia, saying the Al Saud killed these “freedom-seekers” in the name of fighting terrorism.

Iran Says Serious about Prisoner Swap with US

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Seyyed Abbas Mousavi says Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif’s proposal to exchange prisoners with the United States is serious, but it’s nothing new.

‘EU’s €1.5m Cash Aid Insult to Flood-Hit Iranians’

Head of the Imam Khomeini Relief Foundation (IKRF), the main relief organization of Iran, says the country’s government should have rejected the European Union’s offer to send €1.5 million in cash aid to Iranian flood-stricken people, as the amount was extremely small.

Iran to Sue US over Prevention of Aid Flow to Flood Victims

Iranian Vice President for Legal Affairs says the country is legally pursuing the United States’ move to block the flow of cash aid to flood victims in the Islamic Republic.

Iran Working on Bill to Let Mothers Pass Their Nationality to Children

A bill has been presented to the Iranian parliament that would enable Iranian mothers to pass their nationality to their children.

Iran Working on Bill that Limits Husband’s Right to Divorce

The Iranian Presidential Office's Department for Women and Family Affairs has put forward a revised bill aimed at supporting women’s rights by limiting the husband's right to divorce his wife.

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