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Iran’s Judiciary Spokesman says the Iranian national convicted on charge of spying for the United Kingdom had received training from the UK spy service and used the UK Foreign Office’s facilities.
Iran's ambassador to London, Hamid Baeidinejad, has rejected the British Foreign Office’s warning about travelling to Iran, saying that every day thousands of Iranian dual nationals and Iranian nationals working in the UK are travelling safely to Iran.
Iran’s Judiciary sentenced an Iranian national to 10 years in prison for spying for Britain.
Iran's Judiciary chief says an executive bylaw on looking into government officials' property and assets will soon come into force.
Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has granted clemency or commuted the sentences of 1,117 convicts on the anniversary of the Islamic holiday Eid al-Mab’ath and the anniversary of the establishment of the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s vice president for women and family affairs says some women prisoners could serve their sentences outside jail with electronically controlled handcuffs.
Iran’s Attorney General has called on the Canadian judiciary and police to prevent their country from turning into a centre of frauds and a safe haven for embezzlers.
Members of the Iranian-Canadian community have signed a petition against two Iranian embezzlers who are now living in Canada after escaping justice in Iran.
Iran's Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the British government's extension of diplomatic protection to an Iranian citizen is not a constructive and positive measure.