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|Iran's journalists in chains|
Iran's worsening crackdown on journalists
The Washington Post
|Journalism can be a tough gig for Iranians, who face secrecy and the risk of retribution, and it seems to be getting tougher. Read On...|
|Iran: 11 prisoners hanged
|The Iranian regime has hanged 11 prisoners on Wednesday (May 8) in Qezelhesar prison. Read On...|
|Senate Bill Would Halt Iran's Access to an Estimated $100 Billion in Cash|
The New York Times
|Seeking to escalate pressure on Iran, a bipartisan group of senators introduced legislation on Wednesday that would deny the Iranian government access to its foreign exchange reserves parked in the banks of other countries, estimated to be worth as much as $100 billion, mostly in euros. Read On...|
|Khamenei's to prevent Rafsanjani from running
|As the election masquerade approaches, fighting between rival factions within the regime reaches new heights every day. The Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, acutely concerned about future of his regime, is poised to eliminate rival factions by limiting candidates to that of his own faction in a bit to avert tensions and crisis. Read On...|
| Iran's coming elections will test Khamenei's regime
Provoking political dispute in the run up to elections has been declared treasonous. Read On...
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