Iranhumanrights.org - Iranian security forces arrested 12 administrators of reformist-aligned Telegram channels on March 14-16, 2017, deleted the channels' content and changed their names.
Iranhumanrights.org —Major technology and social media companies should stop barring Iranians from buying or accessing personal communications tools and services that are not banned by any sanctions, and make immediately available to Iranians the full range of permissible items, the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) and ASL19 said in a joint statement today.
Iran Focus - A dissident Iranian cleric, who has been likened to Nelson Mandela, has completed his prison sentence but there are doubts that the Iranian Regime will ever release him.
Iranhumanrights.org - An elderly opposition leader who has been kept under extrajudicial house arrest in Tehran since 2011 is being denied access to timely emergency medical services, his son told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI).
Iranhumanrights.org – In a joint statement, 20 human rights organizations including the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI) called on the Iranian authorities to stop the harassment, intimidation and prosecution of human rights defenders seeking truth and justice on behalf of individuals who were summarily executed or forcibly disappeared during the 1980s and their families.
Iranhumarights.org - Iran's Revolutionary Guards are preventing the hospitalization of political prisoner Arash Sadeghi, who needs urgent medical treatment for the effects of his prolonged hunger strike, an informed source told the Center for Human Rights in Iran (CHRI).
Amnesty - Iranian prisoner of conscience and human rights defender Arash Sadeghi is being subjected to torture by Revolutionary Guard officials who are blocking his access to urgent medical care. He is suffering from respiratory problems and a stomach ulcer that has led to internal bleeding, abdominal pain and digestive complications.
Iranhumanrights.org - Iranian-born Swedish resident Ahmadreza Jalali is protesting his detainment in Iran since April 2016 without charge and denial of access to due process by refusing food and water.
Amnesty - Iranian academic Dr Ahmadreza Djalali has resumed his hunger strike and has said he has stopped taking liquids as well as food. He is protesting his ongoing detention and the authorities' refusal to grant him access to a lawyer of his choice. He has said that he would "rather die from his hunger strike than be convicted of baseless charges".
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- Detained Iranian-Born Swedish Resident Jalali Starts Hunger Strike After Judge Dismisses Lawyers
- Iran: Slain Protester’s Mother Arrested
- FURTHER INFORMATION: IRAN: MAN ARRESTED AT 17 FACES IMMINENT EXECUTION: HAMID AHMADI
- Ailing Political Prisoner Imprisoned for Facebook Posts Denied Medical Care
- Intelligence Ministry Cracks Down on Alleged “Anti-Revolutionary” Telegram Channels
- Iran: Hanging of man arrested as a teenager looms amid spike in juvenile executions
- Prominent Poet Charged With Spreading ‘Propaganda’ After Posting Photo of Beaten Colleague
- IRAN: FURTHER INFORMATION: INHUMANE PRISON CONDITIONS NEED ATTENTION
- Turkic speakers join forces in Iran's parliament
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