The Iranian regime has hanged 4 people in recent days, according to Harana news agency and the regime’s official reports.

The reports said two people were hanged on Tuesday at the central prison in Sanandaj and two others on Monday in the northern city of Sari.

More than 600 family members of those detained in recent days in Tehran after Monday’s protests gathered in front of the notorious Evin Prison to protest the detention of their loved ones and to demand information about their situation, according to student groups and news agencies.

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Regime’s agents raided the gathering of arrestees’ families outside Evin Prison

On Thursday, February 17, hundreds of families of demonstrators, who were arrested in the Feb. 14 uprising, gathered for the third time outside Evin prison to follow up the situation of their arrested children and relatives. According to eyewitnesses, a very high number demonstrators who were arrested on February 14 and 15 are held in Evin. However, the regime’s authorities dodged the families’ questions and attacked them. At least 16 students from Sharif University of Technology were among the arrestees.

The Iranian regime appointed Fereydoon Abbasi Davani, member of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) and one of the most senior figures in the clerical regime’s nuclear weapons program, as Vice-president and the head of the Iran Atomic Energy Organization (IAEO).

The majority of Dutch lawmakers have called on the government to file a complaint against the Iranian regime at the Hague to free a Dutch citizen from Iranian prisons, Elsevier magazine reported last week.

It said a majority of members in the parliament of the Netherlands urged their government to take action against the regime at the Hague international court to allow officials the opportunity to help release a citizen imprisoned in Iran.

Several political prisoners in Iran saw their physical conditions worsen considerably on Friday, reports indicated.

The imprisoned leader of Tehran’s Bus Union suffered a heart attack on Friday, according to reports, and has gone into a coma. The Iranian regime’s agents in prison only transferred him out of the cell after cellmates protested.

A political prisoner in Iran, whose physical condition is critical as a result of his fight against cancer, has been returned by the regime to Gohardasht prison, according to Harana news agency on Thursday.

Mohsen Dokmechi was hospitalized Thursday morning in Tehran, but was returned to the prison in Karaj because of “deficiencies” in his medical record.

The Iranian regime is refusing access to urgent medical treatment for a political prisoner suffering from a life-threatening condition, making any possibility of medical care contingent on the prisoner’s acceptance to give a televised interview.

The Iranian regime has drastically stepped up pressures against political prisoners in a northwestern prison, according to Harana news agency on Wednesday.

The news agency reported that prisoners of conscience at Ward 12 of Oroumieh prison have leaked a statement to the outside, revealing some of the pressure tactics employed by the regime and asking for urgent measures by the international community and human rights organizations.

On Tuesday, the Iranian regime secretly hanged 10 prisoners collectively at Vakilabad prison in the northeastern city f Mashhad, according to human rights groups and Harana news agency.

The Human Rights Organization of Iran reported that the 10 were allegedly charged with drug-related offenses. The hangings took place without the prior knowledge of the lawyers or families.