A US push for Iran to be removed from a UN women's body will be voted on Dec. 14, diplomats say. Tehran says Western countries lack the competence to decide about the issues pertaining to human rights in Iran.
The spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry says Tehran, “will in no way cooperate with the UN fact-finding mission” over the recent protests and deadly riots in the country.
Reza Nasri, an expert on international affairs, says the recent anti-Iran resolution passed by the UN Human Rights Council has damaged Iran's reputation, warning about inaction on the part of the Islamic Republic.
Iran has rejected as baseless a claim by the British foreign secretary regarding Iran’s provision of drone to Russia for use in the Ukraine war.
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has stressed that Tehran is fully committed to the issue of human rights, but will not allow any foreign interference in its internal affairs.
The Iranian foreign ministry has condemned a resolution adopted by the UN Human Rights Council, saying the formation of any new mechanism to probe into the recent unrest and deadly riots in the country is unnecessary.
The deputy chief of Iran’s Judiciary, Kazem Gharibabadi, has hit back at Germany after its foreign minister criticized Tehran over its handling of the protests in parts of the Islamic Republic. In a tweet thread, Ghariabadi described the statement of Germany’s foreign minister before the UN Human Rights Council as “deceptive”.
Iran’s human rights chief has criticized international human rights organizations for remaining tight-lipped in the face of the bloody terrorist attack that targeted a holy Shia shrine in the Iranian city of Shiraz.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Naser Kanaani has condemned Israeli raids on the Palestinian city of Nablus in the West Bank. The diplomat noted that the unconditional support of the US and the West for the Zionist regime is the biggest example of the violation of human rights.
Iran’s Prosecutor-General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri writes to his Swedish counterpart to complain over violations of the rights of former Iranian official Hamid Nouri, who had been illegally jailed in the Scandinavian country since 2018.
Iran’s human rights chief has announced a bid to launch a legal case against the US at a Tehran court over the country’s “direct involvement” in the recent unrest and violent riots that caused damage and deaths across the Islamic Republic.
Iran's chargé d'affaires to the UK has come down hard on the German envoy in London for pushing for punitive measures against Iran in response to the Islamic Republic’s alleged assistance in favor of Russia in the conflict in Ukraine.
Iran’s top human rights official has slammed the European Union’s "double standard" following the EU's recent sanctions on Tehran over quote rights violation.
Iran’s foreign ministry spokesman has criticized France for comments by its officials and double standards on the recent riots and unrest in the country.
Two Iranian nationals, who are under arrest in the United States, have been experiencing unfavorable conditions for one year, Secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights Kazem Gharibabadi says.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani condemned the meddlesome position of foreign countries on the tragic death of the young Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini.
Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian has hit back at his US counterpart and other officials for their criticism of Iran over the death of 22-year-old Iranian girl Mahsa Amini.
Iran’s rights chief calls US claim that its sanctions do not target medicine and food imports or purchases is a big lie.
UN Special Rapporteur Alena Douhan has released the final report on her visit to Iran, criticizing sanctions on Iran and demanding the removal of all unilateral coercive measures (UCMs) against the country.
Sweden has reportedly intensified restrictions on an Iranian national who has been held in jail and sentenced to life in prison for alleged rights violations in the 1980s.
Iran’s human rights chief says the Islamic Republic, as a victim of Western- and Israeli-backed terrorism, is determined to chase terror groups no matter where they are, and that the country will leave no safe haven for them.
Iran’s foreign ministry is seriously working to ensure support for nationals held in prisons in other countries as “essential duty and responsibility.”
The secretary of Iran’s human rights council has said the Islamic Republic is pushing for the trial of terrorist groups.
A research by Iranian parliamentarians underscores the Palestinian resistance movement’s firm military response to Tel Aviv’s latest onslaught on Gaza, saying the regime found out during the flare-up that it will have to pay “a double price” for any act of adventurism in the future.
Iran’s top human rights official censures the world community and global human rights organizations for remaining tight-lipped in the face of the Israeli regime’s latest massacre of innocent children and other Palestinian civilians.