Thursday, December 1, 2022

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Death of young Iranian woman hitting headlines in Iran

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.

“No report of physical assault on Mahsa Amini in detention”

Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi says he has no report, yet, of physical assault against Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old woman, who died after detention by morality police in the capital Tehran on Friday.

Statement: Young Iranian woman had no vital signs upon arrival at Hospital

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.

Iranian woman who died in custody laid to rest amid public anger, question marks

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.

Iranian woman dies in police custody, President Raisi urges probe

A 22-year-old Iranian woman has died after slipping into a coma at a police station in Tehran.

Young Iranian woman still in coma after ‘police briefing’

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.’

Police killed in armed conflict in southeast Iran

An armed clash in the southeastern Iranian province of Kerman has left a police officer and six members of an armed group killed.

Iran executes man for murdering police officer

Iran has executed a man convicted of murdering a police officer on duty, the chief justice of the southern Iranian Fars Province has confirmed.

Police members disciplined for Tehran detention incident

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.

Iran police nab gang that mugged bus passengers at gun point in southern Iran

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.

Gunman wounds four policemen in Tehran

A gunman has shot and wounded four policemen in the Iranian capital Tehran. The shooting happened outside the building of the Martyrs’ Foundation on Tehran’s Taleqani Street.

Policeman shot dead in southeastern Iran

An Iranian policeman has been shot and killed in in a drive-by shooting in the country’s southeastern province of Sistan and Balouchestan.

“Police battling criminals, offsetting hostile plots along borders”

Iran’s police chief says security forces combat criminal groups in border areas on a daily basis and have managed to offset many plots hatched by enemies of the country.

People hold funeral for Iranian policeman murdered in Shiraz

People hold a huge funeral for a policeman killed in the line of duty in the Iranian city of Shiraz.

Iranian police crackdown on thugs in Tehran

Police in the Iranian capital Tehran have raided a number of places that are notoriously the haunts of thugs as part of a crackdown on those who harass citizens.

Ayatollah Khamenei lauds national police as solid pillar of security

The Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has described Law Enforcement Force of the Islamic Republic as one of the solid pillars of security in the country.

Tehran Police Commanders Won’t Be Vaccinated Before Officers Are: Cmdr

Tehran's police chief says none of the capital city's police commanders will be vaccinated against the novel coronavirus until all police officers participating in operations are inoculated.

Traffic Camera Operator Helps Iranian Man Find His Lost Phone (+Video)

An Iranian police officer has found and returned to its owner a lost mobile phone in the city of Babol in the north of the country with the help of traffic monitoring cameras.

Iran Arrests CEO of BRG Token, Buyer of Jack Dorsey’s First Tweet

Sina Estavi, the CEO of Crypto Land exchange platform and the BRG token, has been detained after what authorities described as long illegal activity.

Tehran Police Seize 750 Coins Dating Back to 3,000 Years Ago

The Police in Iran’s capital of Tehran have disbanded an antique dealing ring, confiscating 750 antique coins dating back to 3,000 years ago.

Iran’s War on Drugs Serving Youth Worldwide: Official

Secretary-General of Iran’s Anti-Narcotics Headquarters has highlighted the country’s effective battle with drug trafficking, saying such genuine efforts have saved the lives of youth all over the world, regardless of their nationality.

Iran Awaiting Romania’s Permission to Send Team for Probe into Judge’s Death

The International Criminal Police Organization (Interpol) department of the Iranian Police has demanded to dispatch a delegation to Romania to investigate the suspicious death of wanted fugitive judge Gholam-Reza Mansouri in the European country, a commander said.

Fugitive Iranian Judge Found Dead in Romania: Official

Former Iranian judge Gholam-Reza Mansouri, wanted by the Iranian police for bribery, has been found dead in Romania, Chief of Iran's Interpol confirms.

Interpol Nabs Fugitive Judge in Romania at Iran’s Request

An Iranian judge charged with bribery and corruption has been arrested by the International Criminal Police Organisation – Interpol – in Romania, and will be handed over to the Islamic Republic once COVID-19 restrictions are lifted.

Afghanistan Says Traffickers Are to Blame for Deadly Car Blaze in Iran

Afghanistan says human and drug traffickers are to blame for the deadly incident in Iran’s Yazd province in which a number of undocumented Afghans were killed and injured in a car fire.

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