Telegraph - A British mother being held in an Iranian prison has been told she can either keep her two-year-old daughter with her in jail or give up custody.
Amnesty - Iranian Revolutionary Guard officials have pressured British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari Ratcliffe, a prisoner of conscience, to choose between moving her two-year-old daughter into prison with her for up to three days a week or sign a document to say that she does not want the "right to be with her young daughter".
Amnesty - Iranian human rights defender and anti-death penalty campaigner Atena Daemi was violently arrested on 26 November and taken to Evin Prison to begin serving a seven-year prison sentence. She is a prisoner of conscience held for her human rights work.
Iranhumanrights.org - Atena Daemi Taken to Evin Prison's Women's Ward To Begin Seven-Year Sentence
Human rights activist Atena Daemi, 29, was taken into custody from her home in Tehran by agents of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps' (IRGC) Intelligence Organization on November 26 and transferred to Evin Prison to begin a seven-year prison sentence.
Iranhumanrights.org - Iran's Supreme Court has agreed to review the case of political prisoner Rayhaneh Haj Ebrahim Dabbagh, who became eligible for early release after serving half of her 15-year prison sentence, her mother told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.
Iranhumanrights.org - The Supreme Court of Iran has agreed to review the 10-year prison sentence of Sedigheh Moradi, who was imprisoned in 2011 for being an alleged sympathizer of the Mojahedin-e Khalgh Organization (MKO or MEK), a banned Marxist-Islamist opposition group. Her husband told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that he hoped an amendment in the new Islamic Penal Code could lead to her freedom.
Amnesty - Prisoner of conscience Maryam Akbari Monfared, who is serving a 15-year sentence in Tehran's Evin Prison, is being denied access to medical treatment. She is facing reprisals after filing a formal complaint that seeks an official investigation into the mass killings of political prisoners, including her siblings, in the summer of 1988.
Iran’s Prosecutor General Tries to Link Imprisoned Rights Activist With “Evil Triangle” of Nuclear Deal
Iranhumanrights.org - Narges Mohammadi: "I will not allow an assault on my human dignity, and I will not stay silent."
Following an unprecedented public plea by Iranian Members of Parliament (MPs) for the Judiciary to show her "Islamic mercy," Iran's prosecutor general has claimed that imprisoned prominent human rights defender Narges Mohammadi is part of a foreign plot designed to undermine the Islamic Republic.
Iranhumanrights.org - Intelligence Ministry Blocks Release of Maryam Akbari-Monfared
- In Unprecedented Public Plea MPs Call on Judiciary to Reverse Narges Mohammadi’s Prison Sentence
- A political prisoner is challenging Iranian state impunity while serving a 15 year sentence
- Prominent Rights Activist Narges Mohammadi Rejects Prison Sentence in Stinging Open Letter
- Iran: Writer facing imminent imprisonment for story about stoning
- Imprisoned Journalist Denied Knee Operation
- Upholding Narges Mohammadi’s 16-Year Prison Sentence is Indefensible
- Amnesty calls on Iran to free wife of Fleet man after trial 'travesty'
- Nasrin Sotoudeh: “Hardliners are trying to open a new case against me”
- Iran: Women’s rights activists treated as ‘enemies of the state’ in renewed crackdown
- Political prisoner Narges Mohammadi details legal troubles, mental anguish in letter from prison
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