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Iran: A Political Prisoner Sentenced to Death, Continues Hunger Strike

Gholamreza Khosravi Savadjani, a political prisoner in ward 350 of Evin prison, continues his hunger strike to protest the lack of medical treatment for sick political prisoners and prisoners of conscience. He also called for an end to repeated insults to the prisoners by prison officials and the exile of political prisoners. Khosravi was sentenced to death and he is on the verge of execution.

Iranian Regime’s Secretary of Human Rights Headquarters: International Bodies Should Praise Us for Increasing Number of Executions

Mohammad-javad Larijani, Secretary of Human Rights Headquarters, spoke in the supreme coordination meeting of the Human Rights Headquarters and said: “Regrettably, the international bodies, instead of praising Iran for increasing the number of executions in its firm policy against narcotics, have used this matter as a pretext to attack the Islamic Republic of Iran on the human rights issue.”

Iran: Pressures on Political Prisoners Continue

Reports from inside Iran indicate that following the spike in executions over the past two months of January and February 2014, a new wave of pressures on prisoners, especially political prisoners, has started in March, preluding a new cycle of executions. 

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