Nasrin Sotoudeh: “At a time where oppression reigns in Iran, it makes no difference whether I’m in prison, or not”

By The Free Iranian Staff In its November 7th issues, the French Publication, L’Obs – formerly Le Nouvel Observateur –

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World must condemn appalling deterioration of human rights in Iran

Source: Amnesty International   The international community must publicly condemn the deterioration in Iran’s human rights record during the country’s

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EU Parliament In Overwhelming Vote Blasts Iran’s Human Rights Record

Source: RadioFarda The European Parliament on Thursday, September 19 adopted a resolution condemning the Islamic Republic’s human rights record, calling

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UN expert: Executions in Iran among the world’s highest

Source: AlArabiya The UN expert on human rights in Iran says last year saw increasing restrictions on the right to

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Three Women Sentenced To 55 Years For Defying Compulsory Hijab In Iran

Source: RadioFarda   Three women held in custody for “disrespecting compulsory hijab,” or the so-called Islamic dress code, have been

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Iran introduces 2,000 new morality police units in response to women’s hijab protests

By Ahmed Vahdat Source: The Telegraph Iran has introduced 2,000 new morality police units in reaction to what officials call

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France’s Macron Invites Jailed Iranian Human Rights Lawyer To G7 Council

Source: RadioFarda   French President Emmanuel Macron has invited jailed Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh to take part in

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Statement of the New York City Bar Association on the Imprisonment of Human Rights Lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh and Other Human Rights Defenders in Iran

Source: New York City Bar   The New York City Bar Association is deeply concerned by the Iranian government’s ongoing

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