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INU - As environmental challenges in Iran reach crisis levels – in large part thanks to the corruption and mismanagement of the mullahs – the country’s top authorities are cracking down of the very people capable of addressing the problems.

Facing protests and uprising all across the country,

By INU Staff

INU - Facing protests and uprising all across the country, the Iranian regime has once again resorted to demagogical shows of so called Freedom of Expression – this time from students in Iran.

Madani, a Western-educated water expert, resigned his post in April after fleeing the country.

In September 2017, Iran’s newly appointed environmental official tweeted optimistically about his return from the West in order to solve Iran’s water crisis. But soon, Kaveh Madani lost his hope that he would be able to improve Iran, after he was arrested, interrogated, and subjected to a smear campaign by the very mullahs who hired him.

Kaveh Madani, an expert on Iran’s dwindling water resources, fled the country

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INU - Iran’s former deputy vice president for the environment has spoken out against the Regime in his first interview since fleeing the country and said he is lucky to be alive.

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INU - There are 75,000 foreign luxury cars imported into Iran for the Regime’s officials every year, most of which are brought in illegally or smuggled in to bypass the customs duties and import restrictions, according to the

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INU - The Iran Meteorological Organization reports that at least 97 percent of the country is experiencing drought to some degree. Iran is, in fact, about to experience its harshest drought in the last 50 years, according to the Energy Ministry — nearly half the country’s population will soon face water shortages.

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