Judiciary

Interview: Postgraduate Due to Marry a Man Condemned to Death

Elham’s love story took place in a prison. When she went to visit her brother in prison, she fell in love with a boy who is soon to be executed for murder.

Iranian, Kazakh Judiciary officials sign MoU on judicial cooperation

Prosecutor General Mohammad Jaafar Montazeri in a meeting with his Kazakh Prosecutor General Askhat Daulbayev on Monday signed a Memorandum of Understanding on Judicial cooperation.

The Guardian Council Approves Equal Blood Money [Criminal Restitution] for Men and Women

The Guardian Council has ratified a bill on third party insurance coverage which states that equal blood money shall be paid for both men and women.
Sadeq Amoli Larijani

Judiciary Chief: Respect for Animals Should be Learnt from Childhood

According to IRNA, Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Sadeq Amoli Larijani said that respect for animals should be taught to people from their childhood. "If we want...

Iran Frees 49 Indian Fishermen

India’s Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) announced 49 Indian fisherman, who were detained in Iran three months ago over entering Iran’s waters, have been released.

Canada not cooperative on returning embezzler ‘Khavari’

Spokesman for the Judiciary announced that Canada has not had any kind of cooperation with Iran to return big embezzler Mohammad Reza Khavari to the country.

Enemy role possible in Saudi embassy attack: Iran

Iran’s Judiciary spokesman says the country’s enemies may have been involved in orchestrating an attack carried out against the Saudi Arabian embassy in the capital, Tehran, earlier in the month.

Iran Releases Four Prisoners with Dual Citizenship

An Iranian judiciary official announced that four prisoners with dual citizenship have been released on Saturday based on a decision by Iran’s Supreme National Security Council within the framework of prisoner swap.

US may push Iran to reconsider N-deal: Iran Judiciary chief

Iran’s Judiciary chief says US talks of of new sanctions against the Islamic Republic would force Tehran to reconsider implementation of a nuclear agreement reached last July.

Training instead of jail, an unusual sentence for an environment offender

A man who has been convicted of poaching has been sentenced to receiving environment training instead of imprisonment in Golestan Province.

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