Iran’s Environment About to Be Wiped off the Map
Iran’s Environment About to Be Wiped off the Map

By Mahmoud Hakamian

When you talk about Iran’s environment, it only evokes such terms like disaster, destruction, annihilation and collapse.

Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani
Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani

By Staff Writer

Gholamreza Khosravi, was a 49-year-old political prisoner from the south-western city of Abadan, and a Sympathizer of the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).

A Thousand Iranian Nurses Leave the Country Each Year

By Staff Writer

Due to discrimination and inattention of regime’s Health Ministry officials, many Iranian nurses are out of work despite being ifferent companies or teach at schools, with salaries below what nurses receive. And there are still other nurses who are forced to leave the country for work.

Iran-Child Labour
Iran-Child Labour

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Whilst child labour is being eliminated from the rest of the world, it is continuing to grow in Iran; in Tehran and many metropolitan cities, children are commonly seen collecting and segregating garbage; which the regime’s media and officials freely confess too.

24000 Widowed Children in Iran

By Staff Writer

The legal age of marriage in Iran is 13 for girls and 15 for boys. However, the Civil Law allows even younger children to get married, given the consent of parents and the court.

Water Crisis in Iran

By Staff Writer

A number of violent protests had been broken out in past few years over water related issues in Iran, the epic was a series of protests by the farmers in Eastern Isfahan, Kerman and also environmentalists in Khuzestan.

Human Rights Abuses Continue
Human Rights Abuses Continue

By Staff Writer

At the weekend, a spokesman for Iran’s judiciary said that the country’s security forces will confront the public unrest that has been simmering for several months.

iran-Nasser Malek Moteie

iran-Nasser Malek Moteie

Iran Uprising - No. 168

On Sunday May 27th, the funeral ceremony of the famous Iranian cinema star Naser Malek Motiei, with the participation of a big crowd of the Iranian people and the fans of this late artist, turned into an anti-regime demonstration.

Iran-hemophilia
Iran-hemophilia

By Staff Writer

Due to being in debt to pharmaceutical companies, some medical science universities don’t deliver special patients’ drug quota in a timely manner, thus making difficulties for patients, says director of Iran’s Hemophilia Society.