The latest news and views about the Iranian police
The police in the northwestern Iranian province of West Azarbaijan say they have discovered and seized 142 unlicensed military and hunting guns, which officers say was meant to be used to create insecurity by such social crimes as murder and intimidation.
Iran’s interior minister says definitive medical evidence suggests Mahsa Amini, who died in the custody of morality police last week, had not been subjected to beating by those in charge of the detention facility.
The Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) expresses gratitude for the Iranian nation’s vigilance in the face of yet another “organized conspiracy” that the enemies and their domestic elements are pursing against the country in the aftermath of the death of a young woman in custody, stressing that the plot is doomed to failure.
The Iranian government’s official news agency, IRNA, has dismissed reports citing the minister of communications and information technology as saying that access to internet could be limited or cut off in the coming days amid protests over the death of Mahsa Amini after being taken into custody by the moral police in Tehran.
Nour News, a news outlet close to the Supreme National Security Council of Iran, has rejected reports on a letter by the office of the leader of Islamic Revolution to the council calling for a stronger response to protesters over the death of Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman whose death has caused anger among Iranians.
A Tehran-based daily close to Principlists says the Islamic establishment in Iran should not stay silent in the face of those who set the stage for chaos in the country, as the role of Western spy services is already crystal clear in riots that occasionally hit Iranian cities.
Street protests break out in many Iranian cities amid anger in the country over the death of a young woman who had a heart attack in the custody of morality police, as official investigations continue to determine the exact cause of the tragedy.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani condemned the meddlesome position of foreign countries on the tragic death of the young Iranian woman, Mahsa Amini.
After the recent death of a young Iranian woman caused a huge uproar nationwide, the speaker of the Iranian parliament has tasked the Domestic Affairs Committee of the legislature with investigating and improving the morality police’s performance.
Several groups of students have held protests in universities of Tehran against the death of a young woman who had a heart attack while in police custody.
The commander of Tehran’s Law Enforcement has given new explanations about the death of Mahsa Amini saying many claims regarding police mistreatment are baseless.
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 father of an Iranian woman who died after a heart attack in morality police custody last week, has once again rejected reports that her daughter had background medical conditions, asking for a full probe into the cause of his daughter’s tragic death.
Hundreds of people took to the streets in the Western Iranian city of Sanandaj, the capital city of Kurdistan Province, on Sunday evening to protest the death of a young woman who died of a heart attack while in morality police custody last week, Fars News Agency reported.
The family of Mahsa Amini, an Iranian girl who had a heart attack while in morality police custody in Tehran, has denied claims that she suffered background medical issues before death.
Iran’s President Ebrahim Raisi has talked with the family of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, who suffered a heart attack in morality police custody and later died in a hospital in the Iranian capital Tehran.
Iranian newspapers have reacted to the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini، who allegedly faced mistreatment by the morality police in the capital Tehran.
Tehran’s Kasra Hospital has issued a statement, saying Mahsa Amini, a young Iranian woman whose recent death in police custody caused uproar, had no vital signs when she was brought to the hospital on September 13.
A young Iranian woman who died in morality police custody on Friday has been laid to rest in her hometown, amid public outrage over her suspected mistreatment and calls for authorities to clarify the situation revolving her death.
A 22-year-old Iranian woman has died after slipping into a coma at a police station in Tehran.
A 22-year-old Iranian woman has not still emerged from a coma she slipped into on Wednesday after being approached by the police in the Iranian capital Tehran, as the police reported, ‘to get a briefing on her clothing.’
Iranian police have been criticized for ignoring a woman’s appeal to not take away her daughter who had been detained in the capital Tehran for failing to observe Islamic dress code.
Iranian police say they have arrested three members of a gang of armed muggers who stole the belongings of passengers from a bus on a road in southwest of the country.