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Iran Expats Call for UN Investigation of 1988 Massacre

Iranian expatriates have written United Nations Secretary-General Antonio Guterres to once again urge the international organisation to investigate the...

Nearly 70m Iranians Can’t Afford Rice

Nearly 70 million people in Iran cannot afford rice following price increases, according to the secretary of the Rice...

The Confusing Clutter of the JCPOA and Iran’s Hasty Begging

For the Iranian government and its officials, the Vienna negotiations about a new Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA),...

April Human Rights Report for Iran

At the end of every month, Iran Human Rights Monitor puts together a report on the human rights situation...

Iranian Government Versus Working Class

The Iranian government is built on the suppression of the working class, so its legitimacy must be measured by...

New Uprising in Iran?

Protests are increasing in size and scale in Iran, leading many in the ruling system and in the opposition...

How the Pandemic Made Iran’s Economic Situation Worse

Iranians are suffering the fourth wave of the coronavirus pandemic, even as many countries are coming out the other...

Iran’s Desperate Government Makes Big Mistakes

One of the main news in Iran last week was the leaked audio file from the regime’s foreign minister...

The Catastrophe of Iran’s Groundwater Resources Will Take Thousands of Years To Overcome

A new comprehensive statistical study about the use of groundwater by Iran’s government has determined the situation of 30...

Bribery in Iran; From Fawn Sheep to Gold Coins

“Under the table”, “tea money”, “share of children” and “cookies” are expressions that are used by Iran’s government offices...

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The Confusing Clutter of the JCPOA and Iran’s Hasty Begging

For the Iranian government and its officials, the Vienna...

How the Pandemic Made Iran’s Economic Situation Worse

Iranians are suffering the fourth wave of the coronavirus...

Bribery in Iran; From Fawn Sheep to Gold Coins

“Under the table”, “tea money”, “share of children” and...

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