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Iran May Soon Pass Legislation Expanding Online Restrictions

By INU Staff

INU- On Tuesday, the Center for Human Rights in Iran published a thorough report on the legislation that is currently awaiting introducton to the Iranian parliament which would bring the Iranian internet into even greater government control. The report consists of a general synopsis and an itemized analysis of the four chapters making up a bill whose existence was formerly denied by Iranian officials.

Isfahan, Iran, Water Shortages

By INU Staff

INU- Farmers in the Isfahan region were wealthy and prosperous, when the Zayanderud River flowed down from the Zagros Mountains to water the region. Since the river has dried up, it no longer provides water for farming towns like Qahdarijan. The regime’s mismanagement of water resources has caused these farmers to lose everything.

Water Crisis Leads to Mass Migration

By INU Staff

INU- A new wave of migration that is arising from the drylands has begun in Iran, and it is believed that is will change the population map and leave Iran in crisis.

Iran: Increase in drug use

By INU Staff

INU- The social situation in Iran is terrible. The Iranian regime has failed to address many social problems that have been spiralling out of control. The Iranian regime’s corruption has also resulted in a weakened economy that is ruining the livelihoods of many.

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By INU Staff

INU - Most dictatorships will only violate the human rights of its own people living within its geographical borders, but the Iranian Regime likes to do things differently.

Residents of Earthquake-stricken Kermanshah

By INU Staff

INU - Some 10 months after an earthquake hit Kermanshah, Fati, a 32-year-old housewife, says that they still don’t have a proper tent for living. She lives in fear of aftershocks with her two children and four other relatives, in a tent that was originally created for four people.

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