By Jubin Katiraie
Iranian political prisoner Saeed Sangar has been sentenced to another 15 years in prison, after already spending 20 years behind bars.
By Pooya Stone
In his unprecedented remarks on July 18, the Iranian regime’s President Hassan Rouhani admitted that nearly 25 million citizens have been infected with the novel coronavirus and that 30-35 million others are exposed to the virus.
Some 38 medical workers were fired in one southwestern Iranian city after they held a protest rally to demand their wages that had not been paid for three months.
By Jubin Katiraie
There are shocking reports from Sepidar Prison in Iran that at least 50 women are infected with the coronavirus, but there is no doctor to treat them and no medicine to give them.
By Pooya stone
It is believed that over half a million people in Iran had contracted Coronavirus as of Monday, according to Hamid Souri, a member of Iran’s Coronavirus national task force.
The story of the Iranian construction workers is going back to the last few years. When the fluctuation of the currency and the high cost forced Iran’s Kurdish people to travel to the Iraqi Kurdish region to find a job.
As a result of the Iranian regime’s indifference over the coronavirus outbreak in the country, the deadly epidemic entered a new phase, and “each infected person is like a [corona]virus bomb,” according to the parliament’s deputy speaker Massoud Pezashkian on March 3.
by Pooya Stone
For four decades, the ayatollahs are the main reason for pushing Iran into political, economic, and social collapse. Now, Qom, where the major seminaries of the country are located, has become the epicenter of the coronavirus.
Iranian political prisoner Mohammad Hossein Sepehri has tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19), according to his brother.
In 1975, the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) adopted a plan for the establishment of a fund that was supposed to aid developing members of this organization.
An increase in the number of people infected with the coronavirus in Iran’s south-western province of Khuzestan has worried people.
The Iranian Parliament’s Health Commission Deputy Chair and the Health Minister’s representative in Gilan Province, Mohammad Hossein Ghorbani, wrote in a confidential report to Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei’s office that 408 people,
On April 28, Iran’s Deputy Minister of Cooperative, Labor, and Social Welfare Hojjatollah Mirzaei admitted that given the novel coronavirus outbreak, around 4.8 million of the workforce are at risk of losing their business. Also, around 20 percent of the country’s entire businesses have been affected by the COVID-19 disease.
Alireza Zali the Head of the Government Headquarters for combating the coronavirus in Tehran on 8 July confessed that until now 4400 of Tehran’s medical staff are infected with the coronavirus.
While the coronavirus is raging in Iran, many facts reported by the people and government officials show the authorities’ inaction in fighting the coronavirus and helping the people to overpass this crisis.
Prisoners at Urmia Prison in Iran set fire to their blankets and the “secure section” of the facility on Tuesday as part of their protest over fears of contracting the coronavirus (COVID-19).
The coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in Iran’s Ardabil prison is endangering the lives of prisoners because the government is failing to take basic precautions to slow the spread.
The latest reports from Iran indicate that more than 8,200 people have died after contracting Coronavirus in Iran. The Iranian government, since the very start of the outbreak, has been negligent and has refused to deal with the problem head-on.
The coronavirus has dramatically changed the world in 2020, but out of the bad, many countries are seeing an increase in collaboration, social solidarity, and personal sacrifice.
The Iranian regime's prisons and detention centers were one of the most vulnerable centers of the coronavirus due to the criminal negligence of the regime’s officials.
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