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The Tehran military prosecutor says legal proceedings are underway into the downing of the Ukrainian plane on January 8, 2020, and one person is still under arrest.
Iran’s Judiciary spokesman says Iranian courts are reviewing lawsuits filed by Iranian citizens harmed by US criminal acts, and have already sentenced the US to pay at least $1 billion to the Iranian victims.
The Iranian cabinet has ratified a bill that would protect the women’s dignity and support them against violence.
An Iranian court has sentenced Iranian-British national Kameel (Mohammad) Ahmadi to nine years’ imprisonment and a cash fine of €600,000.
Iran has executed Rouhollah Zam, the administrator of an anti-Iran Telegram channel named Amad News, after his death penalty for “corruption on earth” was upheld by the Supreme Court.
Senior Iranian cleric and veteran politician Ayatollah Mohammad Yazdi has passed away at the age of 89.
Iran’s Supreme Court has upheld the death sentence against the administrator of an anti-Iran Telegram channel Amad News who had been convicted of “corruption on earth” in a lower court.
Shahindokht Molaverdi, a former vice-president for Women and Family Affairs, has received a two-year-and-a-half sentence for disclosing classified documents and propaganda activities against the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Supreme Court has accepted a request by three convicts sentenced to death to have their cases heard again in another court.
Narges Mohammadi, a prominent human rights activist jailed for "acting against Iran’s national security" has been released from prison after 8.5 years.