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Narges Mohammadi Ended Her Hunger Strike after Achieving Her Demand

Narges MohammadiHRANA News Agency – Narges Mohammadi, prisoner of conscience, ended her hunger strike on its twentieth day, as she achieved her demand. She had had objected to the lack of access to contact her children and finally had a phone call with her children.

Iran is putting political prisoners' lives at risk by denying them medical care

Amnesty - Iran's authorities are callously toying with the lives of prisoners of conscience and other political prisoners by denying them adequate medical care, putting them at grave risk of death, permanent disability or other irreversible damage to their health, according to a new report by Amnesty International published today.

Imprisoned Human Rights Defender Narges Mohammadi on Hunger Strike to Maintain Contact with her Chil

Narges-Mohammadi1-1-1-1iranhumanrights - In a desperate bid to gain permission to speak to her children on the phone, the prominent human rights activist Narges Mohammadi started a wet hunger strike on June 27, 2016.

Ailing Political Prisoner Denied Critically Needed Medical Care for Her Diabetes - Held with Violent Criminals at Vakilabad Prison for Criticizing the Government on Facebook

Political prisoner Nahid (Omolbanin) Gorji has been denied adequate medical care even though she is suffering from diabetes and heart disease, a source told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.

UN Body Calls for Immediate Release of Bahareh Hedayat - Imprisonment of Prominent Women and Human Rights Defender Is Against International Law, Working Group on Arbitrary Detention Rules


Image result for narges mohammadiAmnesty - Iranian human rights defender and prisoner of conscience Narges Mohammadi was sentenced to 16 years' imprisonment on 20 April. She suffers from serious illnesses and needs ongoing specialized medical care, which she cannot receive in prison. She continues to be denied the right to have access to her nine-year-old twins.

UN Experts Outraged By Jailing Of Iranian Rights Activist

Iranian human rights activist Narges Mohammadi (file photo)RFL/RE - A group of United Nations officials have expressed outrage about the conviction and sentencing of a leading human rights activist in Iran on charges that include membership in a campaign for the abolition of the death penalty.

Anti Death Penalty Activist Sentenced to 16 years in Prison in Iran

Nargess MohammadiRadiozamaneh - Narges Mohammadi, human rights and anti death penalty activist who is the vice president of the Defenders of Human Rights Center in Iran was sentenced to 16 years in prison.

Female Journalist, Sentenced to Ten Years, Beaten in Iran Prison - Mother of Afarin Chitsaz's Describes Brutality Aimed at Forcing a "Confession"

The mother of imprisoned newspaper columnist Afarin Chitsaz will make a judicial complaint to protest the beating of her daughter in prison. Maryam Azadpour, who recently broken her silence on Chitsaz's case, described her daughter's ordeal in an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran.

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