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Verdicts have been issued against 14 people for involvement in the assassination of top Iranian scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh nearly two years ago, Tehran’s chief prosecutor has announced.
Iranian Judiciary Chief Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei has ordered a swift action to deal with 'rioters' to maintain peace and security across the country after several days of protests following the death of a young Iranian woman who police confirm had a heart attack in custody.
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei says authorities are investigating the death of Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman who authorities say had a heart attack while in police detention.
The Iranian judiciary has expressed its readiness to allow those who claim to be advocates of human rights to inspect the prisons in country and get a first-hand view of the treatment of prisoners in the Islamic Republic.
A senior Iranian lawmaker, who heads the parliamentary commission that investigated a massive corruption case against Iran’s giant steel exporter, rejects claims that he has not ratified the body’s damning report of the Mobarakeh Steel Company’s wrongdoings.
A fugitive convict found guilty of involvement in a misappropriation case in Iran has been returned to the country following a long-running probe.
Authorities have arrested an Iranian man who has insulted and threatened a woman with a Down Syndrome child in broad daylight in central Tehran.
The Iranian Judiciary says an illegal office linked to Western embassies in Tehran has been shut down.
A former senior official with Iran’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance has been served with a prison sentence and temporary dismissal from civil service over corruption.
The first court hearing of the ringleader of Al-Ahvazieh terrorist group was held in Tehran on Tuesday.
Iran’s top human rights official says the Islamic Republic runs its prison facilities in harmony with humanitarian principles and it will not tolerate any mistreatment or abuse of inmates.
A group of Iranian Judiciary employees have held a rally in front of the Parliament building in Tehran to demand better working conditions and higher salaries.
Iran's Supreme Court has acquitted former Central Bank governor Valliollah Seif and his deputies who were convicted in October of squandering millions of dollars in public funds.
Iran’s Judiciary Chief Mohseni Ejei has said people have rightful demands and concerns over the issue of water.
A group of families of those convicted of involvement in violent protests in November 2019 in Iran have met with Judiciary Chief Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei.
Iran says the International Court of Arbitration has found Bahrain guilty over confiscation of assets of two Iranian banks and ruled that Manama should pay more than 200 million euro in reparation to the Iranian financial institutions.
The lawsuit filed against Yassin Ramin, a son of former Iranian deputy culture minister, for his alleged involvement in the import and distribution of rotten baby formula has been closed with the exoneration of the defendant.
The Iranian Judiciary’s spokesman says an indictment has been issued against the leader of the anti-Iran al-Ahvazieh terror group.
The spokesman of the Iranian Parliament’s Presiding Board has said the 11th legislature has no resolution on the confidentiality or non-confidentiality of the properties of the officials.
A court in Iran has sentenced former Central Bank governor Valliollah Seif to 10 years of discretionary imprisonment for squandering millions of dollars in public funds.
A court in Iran has sentenced more than a dozen former officials with Iran’s Petrochemical Commercial Company, including its managing director, to prison for the embezzlement of billions of dollars.