Sunday, August 7, 2022

Judiciary

Iraq urged to expedite Gen. Soleimani’s assassination case

A senior Iranian Judiciary official has called on Iraq to speed up the process of dealing with the assassination case of top Iranian anti-terror commander, Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani.

Iran’s judiciary rejects former banker’s repatriation from Canada

Iran’s Judiciary Spokesman has rejected reports that former President of the country’s Bank Melli has been arrested and will be repatriated to Iran.

18 days into issuance, Iranian citizen in Swedish jail says has not read court verdict

Hamid Nouri, an Iranian citizen who has received a life sentence by a Swedish court over the alleged prisoner abuse accusations in the 1980s, says he has not been given the chance to read the verdict issued 18 days ago.

Iranian parliament commission passes prisoner swap deal with Belgium

A spokesman for the Iranian parliament’s national security and foreign policy commission says the body passed the bill embodying a treaty for the transfer of convicts between Iran and Belgium.

Ringleader of Swedish-backed terrorist group on trial in Iran

The ringleader of a terrorist cell calling itself Movement of Nadhal has confessed that the Swedish government and security officials of the European country, support him.

Runaway convict in Iran embezzlement case captured

A fugitive convict found guilty of involvement in a misappropriation case in Iran has been returned to the country following a long-running probe.

Iran police arrest purported killers of brother of Metropol Building’s owner

The Iranian police say law enforcement forces have apprehended 5 people for alleged involvement in the shooting to death of the brother of the Metropol Building in Abadan.

Iran executes man for murdering police officer

Iran has executed a man convicted of murdering a police officer on duty, the chief justice of the southern Iranian Fars Province has confirmed.

20 people indicted over building collapse in Abadan, Iran

The Iranian Judiciary has issued an indictment for 20 people in connection with a building collapse that left dozens dead in the southwestern city of Abadan in May.

Iran judiciary denounces Swedish court verdict as ‘illegal’

Iran’s judiciary spokesperson says the life sentence issued by a Swedish court against Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri for allegedly having a role in the execution of jailed dissidents in the 1980s in Iran is ‘completely illegal'.

Iran top rights official: UK risking life of jailed Iranian national

The secretary of the Iranian Judiciary’s High Council for Human Rights has criticized Britain for risking the life of an Iranian held in prison in the European country, calling for his immediate release.

7 more people arrested in the case of Iran’s Metropol Building collapse

The general prosecutor of Iran’s Khuzestan Province announced 7 more people have been arrested in connection with the May 23 collapse of Metropol Building in the city of Abadan min southwestern Iran.

Iran denounces UN rapporteur’s support for verdict against Hamid Nouri

Secretary of Iran’s High Council for Human Rights has censured the United Nation’s special rapporteur on human rights in Iran for hailing a life sentence issued by a Swedish court against an Iranian citizen.

Iran: Swedish court verdict about jailed Iranian, political statement, illegal, basically unacceptable

The Iranian foreign ministry spokesman says provisions of a Swedish judiciary statement including the illegal court verdict giving life sentence to Hamid Nouri, an Iranian national, is basically unacceptable and questionable.

In a letter to UN rights chief, Iran urges release of Hamid Nouri from Sweden jail

The Iranian Judiciary deputy chief for international affairs has called on the UN to hold the Swedish government accountable for gross violation of Iranian citizen Hamid Nouri who is imprisoed in the European country.

Iranian Judiciary: Hamid Nouri facing more restrictions in Sweden’s jail

A spokesman for Iran’s Judiciary says Swedish authorities have put more restrictions on Iranian citizen Hamid Nour who is in jail in the European country.

Iran’s ex-Central Bank governor to be retried for “squandering public funds”

Former Iranian Central Bank governor is going to be put on trial again for "squandering millions of dollars in public funds" during the tenure of former president Hassan Rouhani.

Iranian Judiciary slams Mike Pence’s meeting with MKO terrorists

The Iranian Judiciary’s deputy for international affairs says former US vice president Mike Pence’s visit to a camp of anti-Iran terrorist group Mojahedin-e-Khalq proves Washington’s support for terrorism.

Court: US should pay Iran nuclear martyrs’ families over $4bn

An Iranian court has issued the final verdict in the case of the assassinations of several senior Iranian nuclear scientists, ruling that the US government has to pay the families of the martyred scientists $4.3bn in damages for having a role in their killing.

Iran hangs murderer of clerics

Iran on Monday hanged a man who was sentenced to death for murdering two clerics and wounding another in early April in the shrine city of Mashhad, according to the judiciary in northeastern Khorassan Razavi Province.

Iranian Judiciary denies reports of prisoners finger amputation

The Iranian Judiciary has denied as baseless a report that several convicts have been sentenced to having their fingers cut off.

Iranian judiciary urges freedom of Iranians held in Europe

The Iranian Judiciary’s deputy chief for international affairs has called for the release of Iranian nationals held in Europe Assadollah Assadi and Hamid Nouri.

Iran Judiciary blames builders’ negligence for Metrolpol Building collapse

Iran’s General Prosecutor says the negligence of the builders of Metropol Building in the country’s south is mainly to blame for the deadly collapse of the edifice.

Murderer of Iranian clerics sentenced to death

Iran has issued a death sentence against a man who stabbed two clerics to death and wounded a third one in the holy city of Mashhad in April, the judiciary spokesman announced.

Iran’s Judiciary rejects rumors on ‘suspicious’ death of ‘aerospace scientist’

The Iranian Judiciary has dismissed rumors about the “suspicious” death of an individual claimed to be an “aerospace scientist” in the province of Yazd.

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