Iran's non-Muslims face prison, execution, despite 'reform' claims, says new ...
Iran's regime conducted a raid on an Easter service and arrested Christians, subjected Christian converts to death threats and psychological abuse and shut down licensed churches, according to a UN report that will be submitted to world leaders on Tuesday.
Human Rights in Iran Worsen, UN Investigator Says
Iran Amputating Limbs, Burning Political Opponents
UN investigator, banned by Iran, not fazed
Iran orders probe into acid attacks on women
Iran's judiciary chief has tasked his deputy with leading a probe into several acid attacks on women that have sown fear across the Islamic republic and provoked rare protests in cities. At least four women had acid hurled at them earlier this month ...
Spate of acid attacks against Iranian women and girls prompts protests
Iranian Photojournalist Reportedly Detained After Covering Protest Against ...
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How congressional hawks plan to kill Obama's Iran deal
Reuters Blogs (blog)
Negotiations with Iran over the future of its nuclear program have not even concluded yet some members of Congress are preparing to manufacture a political crisis over a deal. Their beef? President Barack Obama may initially bypass Congress and suspend ...
AIPAC And Congressional Hawks Trying To Kill Iran Deal
Congress vs. the White House on Iran and Israel
Iranian woman hanged for killing her alleged would-be rapist
In a heartbreaking final message left by Reyhaneh Jabbari, who was hanged to death Saturday despite international outcry for killing her would-be rapist, the 26-year-old Iranian woman tells her mother to donate her organs after her execution. “I don't ...
How Iran's Shadow War in Iraq Exploits the Islamic State Siege
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Iranian Revolutionary Guard soldiers march during a September military parade in Tehran marking the anniversary of Iran's war with Iraq. Despite its opposition to the Islamic State group, Iran's recent military involvement in Iraq is causing alarm and ...
US condemns Iran's hanging of alleged rape victim
Despite a robust international campaign and social media outcry, Reyhaneh Jabbari — convicted of murder in the 2007 death of a former Iranian intelligence agent — was hanged at dawn Saturday in Tehran, according to Iran's official news agency IRNA,.
Iran hangs woman for killing alleged rapist
Iran hangs woman convicted of killing alleged rapist
Iran's hanging of Reyhaneh Jabbari condemned
Iran Strengthens Military Cooperation With Iraq
Iraq's desert sands, which the boots of United States' soldiers will not tread, may soon be quivering under the stomp of Iranian soldiers, as Iran and Iraq strengthen military cooperation. In an obvious gesture of close friendship, Iraqi Prime Minister ...
Iran Executes Woman Who Said She Stabbed Man Who Attacked Her
Jabbari was arrested in 2007 over the death of Morteza Abdolali Sarbandi, who once worked in Iran's Ministry of Intelligence, according to Amnesty International. The organization says Jabbari "was placed in solitary confinement for two months and was ...
The Exiled Heart: A New York Times Correspondent's Story of Fleeing Iran with ...
When reporter Nazila Fathi and her family were forced to flee Iran, she thought they would be gone just a few weeks. Then the weeks turned to years. . . . The officer took one look at the names in our passports and disappeared. Clenching my clammy ...
UPDATE 1-Iran says OPEC meeting unlikely to lower output ceiling
(Adds details, comments from para 3). DUBAI Oct 27 (Reuters) - OPEC is unlikely to lower its oil production ceiling when the group meets in November, a senior Iranian oil official said, in comments that reduced the likelihood of any collective OPEC ...
Iran says OPEC meeting unlikely to lower output ceiling
Iran crude oil output to rise to 4.3mn bpd soon: Official
Iran unveils new conditions for oil buyers