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Children Sold At Iranian Regime’s Wall Street in Tehran

The Darvazeh Ghaz neighborhood, located right in the middle of Tehran, has its own Wall Street, with one disturbing difference: here, children are sold. Prices range from $33 to $1600 per child, aged from a few months to 15 years old. They are usually used for work, but it is not uncommon for further abuses to occur. Figures from inside Iran put the number of working children at 7 million, but the center of research for the parliament had declared the number of working children for 2012 at 3.2 million.

Iran: 73 prisoners sentenced to death

The families of inmates in the main Karoon prison in city of Ahwaz (south west Iran) have reported that the death sentences for many prisoners have been confirmed by the Iranian regime's judiciary.

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