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Daughters report ill health of Zahra Rahnavard under house arrest

Zahra RahnvardRadiozamaneh - Kokab, Zahra and Nargess Mousavi, the daughters of MirHosein Mousavi and Zahra Rahnavard, the two opposition leaders who have been under house arrest since 2011, say their mother’s general health has been in serious decline.

 

Female Political Prisoners in Iran

Iranian.com - There are hundreds of women who have been imprisoned, tortured, raped and some executed during the last 37 years but these pressures have not
stopped their fight for equal rights. There are tens of women political prisoners who are currently kept in prison; some of them along with
their young children, but their names or stories have not been heard. Why?

Be the voice of women political prisoners in Iran

Iranian.com - On March 8th, the International Women Day Be the voice of women political prisoners
#‎IAmHerVoice

Female activist released on bail, awaiting appeal results

Atena DaemiRadiiozamaneh - Atena Daemi, an Iranian political activist who has been in Evin Prison's women's ward for over a year, was released today on bail of 700 million toumans.

Female activist released on bail, awaiting appeal results

Atena DaemiRadiiozamaneh - Atena Daemi, an Iranian political activist who has been in Evin Prison's women's ward for over a year, was released today on bail of 700 million toumans.

Tahereh Jafari Deprived of Medical Furlough

Tahereh JafariHRANA News Agency – The Prosecutor’s office have not agreed with the medical furlough of Ms Tahereh Jafari, political prisoner of the women’s ward of Evin prison.

Narges Mohammadi Will Be Tried On January 9th

Narges MohammadiHRANA News Agency – The trial session of Narges Mohammadi, imprisoned human rights activist, is scheduled for January 9, in branch number 15 of the revolutionary court by chief judge Salavati.

Activist’s Health Worsens in Prison As She Awaits Appeal Hearing


atena-daemi-2Radiozamaneh - A prolonged delay in hearing children’s rights activist Atena Daemi’s appeal against her 14-year prison sentence is causing a serious deterioration in her health, particularly as she has not been able to leave prison for the past eight months to receive specialized medical treatment.

Rouzbeh Gilasian and Elahe Soroushnia In The IRGC Detention Center

Elahe SoroushniaNews Agency – Rouzbeh Gilasian and Elahe Soroushnia, two writers who have been arrested last week, are detained in the revolutionary guard's detention centre.

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