Friday, March 24, 2023


Iran executes man convicted of killing police officer

Iran has executed a man found guilty of killing a police officer using a firearm.

Iran Judiciary chief: 22k inmates related to recent unrest pardoned

Iran's Judiciary Chief Gholam-Hossein Mohseni Eje'i has confirmed that the number of detainees who have been pardoned under a general amnesty has reached 82,656 adding that 22,000 of them were related to the recent unrest in the country.

Iranian Supreme Court upholds death sentence for terror group ringleader

Iran’s Supreme Court has upheld a death sentence for the ringleader of an anti-Iran terrorist group known as al-Nazal.

Iranian court hands death sentence to perpetrators of terror attack in Khouzestan Province

The revolutionary court in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz has sentenced six members of Harakat al-Nazal terror group to death in connection with terrorist attacks in Khouzestan Province.

Iran’s rights chief urges official to swiftly identify elements behind serial poisoning in schools

Iran’s human rights chief calls on the country’s security and judicial authorities to swiftly identify those behind the mysterious serial poisoning of students at schools in a number of Iranian cities.

Iran lifts travel ban on football legend Ali Daei

Iranian authorities have lifted a ban on football legend Ali Daei and his wife.

Ringleader of US-based terror group sentenced to death for deadly attacks inside Iran

A court in Iran has sentenced the ringleader of a US-based terrorist group to death for committing terror attacks and counterrevolutionary operations against the Islamic Republic.

Iran’s Quds Force commander visits Latakia, Syria

The commander of Iran’s Quds Force has visited Syria’s Latakia Province to assess the needs of people there after the recent massive earthquakes that rocked the region.

Iranian-French academic freed from Evin prison

Iranian-French academic Fariba Adelkhah has been released from Evin prison in Tehran, the French government confirmed. The conditions of her release remain unclear.

6th shipment of Iranian relief aid arrives in quake-hit Syria

Iran sends a sixth consignment of humanitarian aid to quake-hit regions of Syria, which remains cut off from international assistance due to draconian Western economic sanctions.

Qualified inmates to be released soon under Leader’s decree: Judiciary

The spokesman of the Iranian Judiciary says all the inmates serving terms for involvement in the recent protests and riots who have the qualifications for freedom under a clemency decree issued by the Leader, will be released until February 19.

Iran begins to review release of inmates guilty of role in unrest after Leader’s decree

Iran’s Judiciary begins the process of reviewing the cases of inmates found guilty of involvement in the recent wave of unrest in the country and releasing those whose cases are compatible with the conditions set in the clemency granted by Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.

Iran Leader pardons, commutes penalties of many inmates guilty of involvement in riots

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei pardons or commutes the sentences of a large group of prisoners found guilty of involvement in the recent wave of unrest and riots across Iran.

IRNA: Aide to Makki Mosque prayer leader in Iran’s Zahedan arrested

An informed source says Abdolmajid Moradzehi, an aide and a relative to prayer leader of Makki Mosque in the southeastern Iranian city of Zahedan Molavi Abdolhamid Esmaeilzehi, has been arrested, IRNA reported.

Lawyers for Hamid Nouri put up a defense of him at Swedish jail 

Swedish lawyers for Iranian national Hamid Nouri who is on trial in the European country have put up a defense of their client which is important from a historical and legal perspective.

Iran condemns EU, UK bans on real and legal persons, vows own sanctions

Iran has strongly condemned a move by the European Union and Britain to impose sanctions on some Iranian real and legal persons, saying Tehran will soon announce its own bans against the Europeans.

Iran’s Judiciary: Daughter of former president serving jail term in two separate cases

The spokesman for the Iranian Judiciary says Faezeh Hashemi Rafsanjani, a politician and former lawmaker, has been sentenced to jail following conviction in two different cases brought against her.

Son of ex-Iranian President Hashemi Rasfanjani freed from jail on parole

Mehdi Hashemi Rafsanjani, a son of former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, has been released from jail after serving seven years behind bars for corruption and security crimes.

UK sanctions Iran’s prosecutor general in response to MI6 spy execution

The United Kingdom has sanctioned Iran’s prosecutor general in response to Tehran’s execution of an Iranian-British national convicted of espionage for the British intelligence agency, Foreign Minister James Cleverly confirmed on Saturday.

Lawyer: Iranian rapper’s death sentence overturned

A lawyer for an Iranian rapper who was sentenced to death in connection with the recent unrest and deadly riots in Iran says the verdict has been overturned.

UNHCR official: Iran providing Afghan refugees with all facilities

An official with the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) praises Iran for warmly hosting Afghan refugees in the country and providing them, particularly their children, with all facilities, including education.

Iran Supreme Court says execution of protester Mohammad Boroughani halted pending review

Iran’s Supreme Court has announced a halt in the execution of the death sentence for a 19-year-old in connection with the recent rioting and protests in the country.

Jailed Iranian in Sweden: New trial process ‘unfair,’ problems remain unresolved

Hamid Nouri, a former Iranian judiciary official who has been illegally detained in Sweden, blasts a new trial procedure opened against him in the European country, saying he will not join the “unfair” process as long as his problems remain unresolved.

Iran court sentences Belgian citizen to 40 years in jail for spying, money laundering

Tehran’s Islamic Revolution Court sentences a Belgian national to 40 years in jail and 74 lashes after he was convicted of four offenses, including espionage and collusion with the United States.

Faezeh Hashemi, daughter of former Iran president given five years in prison

The attorney of Faezeh Hashemi, a daughter of former Iranian President Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, says she has been convicted to five years in prison after she was arrested amid protests and rioting that hit Iran over the past months.

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