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Water Shortage Protests Erupt in Iran

water shortage in Khuzestan province, Iran

By INU Staff

INU - Protests against the severe water shortage in Khuzestan province, Iran, have erupted in the past fortnight.

The residents have already been suffering as a result of low water quality that has left little drinkable water in cities like Abadan, Khorramshahr, and Bawi, with mainly complaining that it tastes salty. While farmers in Khuzestan have been prevented from growing crops that need a high amount of watering, with the Regime producing a list that includes rice and okra, which only needs watering once a week.

Protests Continue Over Iran’s Failing Economy, as Rial Exchange Rate Drops Further

Over the past year, the value of the rial has dropped to the point that a U.S. dollar was being offered for as much as 87,000 rials on Sunday,

By INU Staff

INU - Over the past year, the value of the rial has dropped to the point that a U.S. dollar was being offered for as much as 87,000 rials on Sunday, as compared to 75,500 on Thursday of last week. This monetary crisis, and Iran’s generally failing economy, has led to massive protests. In Tehran on Sunday and Monday, protesters shut down several shops in Tehran’s Grand Bazaar.

Iran Regime arrests defence lawyer of executed man

aheri had defended Salas for killing three police officers with a bus

By INU Staff

INU - The US is “deeply concerned” by reports that the Iranian Regime has arrested the lawyer who defended a member of the Sufi (Gonabadi Dervishes) minority religious order, who was executed by the Regime on Monday for allegedly killing police officers.

Protest by truck drivers in Iran grows

A general strike by truck and heavy vehicle drivers in Iran

By INU Staff

INU - A general strike by truck and heavy vehicle drivers in Iran has spread to the capital Tehran as it enters its third consecutive week amid an ongoing oil crisis and a halt in shipping services.

Labor Protests Continue to Show Connections to January’s Mass Uprising

Ahwaz Steel National Industrial Group involved the participation of approximately 500 workers

By INU Staff

INU - On Tuesday, Iran Human Rights Monitor reported that protests on Sunday at the Ahwaz Steel National Industrial Group involved the participation of approximately 500 workers. That day marked the fourth consecutive day of protests at the site, where workers are reportedly owed months of back pay. Lengthy periods of non-payment are a common problem among Iranian businesses, many of which are owned in whole or in part by the state or by state-linked affiliates and groups like the Iranian Revolutionary Guard Corps.

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