RFL/RE - An Iranian newspaper is facing legal action over an article critical of detention conditions at a penitentiary facility in Tehran, with a senior prosecutor blaming such writings for public feelings of "hopelessness."
Iranhumanrights.org - Tactics Meant to Sow Fear among Independent Journalists in Wake of Reformists' Parliamentary Election Gains.
Iran's Intelligence Ministry officials are increasingly harassing and threatening independent journalists in an apparent move to dissuade them from feeling emboldened by reformist and centrist candidates' gains in the county's recent Parliamentary elections.
HRW - An Iranian court convicted three journalists and a family member of another journalist on April 25, 2016 on vague national security charges. The four, along with a fifth journalist, have been detained since November, 2015. The authorities should quash their convictions and release them.
Radiozamaneh - Four of the Iranian journalists arrested by the Revolutionary Guards and accused of being "elements of enemy infiltration" have been sentenced to prison terms ranging from five to 10 years.
Radiozamaneh - Sabri Hassanpour, the executive and host of the online network "Simay-e Rahayi" (Vision of Liberation), has reportedly been arrested in Iran.
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- On eve of Iranian New Year, concern about fate of imprisoned journalists
- Why The UN Human Rights Mechanisms Must Continue to Monitor Iran’s Human Rights Situation
- Imprisoned Reformist Iranian Journalist Hospitalized After Prolonged Hunger Strike
- Journalists put on trial after long wait in jail
- Iranian women's struggle for freedom
- Long-awaited trial of journalist yields no known result
- Advocacy group expresses concern for jailed Iranian journalist
- Trial date set for three detained journalists
- Detained journalist ends hunger strike
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