- Mohammad Seif Zadeh, law professor in Evin 350, transferred to hospital.
- Foad Ahmadnezhad arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Ali Akhravan, union member, begins serving his 1 ½ years prison in Evin.
- Khaled and Salah Aminpoor arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Arya Aramnejad, popular singer, arrested during a raid against his home.
- Saman Aryaman, member of Pan-Iranist party, arrested in Ahvaz.
- Ali, Mehdi and Yahyah Dehghan, Gonabadi dervishes, arrested at home in Kavar.
- Yashin Jamshidi, zoroastrian, arrested in Karaj.
- Studzent Nader Ehsani begins serving his 2 years prison sentence.
- Ali, father, Payam and Peyman Ghaderi, his sons, arrested in Marivan.
- Mohammad Gharib Feizi Marivani, Kurd, arrested on his work place.
- Ata Ghassemi arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Mohammad Habiba, Secretary of Islamic Union of Students of Tehran U Mech Eng College, arrested on Tuesday..
- Jila Karamzadeh begins serving her 2 years prison sentence.
- Hamid Reza Khadem begins serving his 4 years prison sentence in Evine 350.
- Sirvan Rahmani arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Union activist Ali Razaghi was arrested in Mashhad on 31st Oct.
- Naser Rezaei arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Shirkoo Saeefi arrested in Saqqez for links with Kurdish Group Pezhak.
- Leila Seifollahi begins serving her 2 years prison sentence.
- Ahmad Reza Ahmadpoor, member of Participation Front released on furlough.
- Khaled Asadi, Kurdish union activist, freed after serving his 2 years and 8 months sentence.
- Nadia Asadian, Bahaï arrested on 17th October, freed in Rasht.
- Sousan Badavam, Bahaï arrested on 17th October, freed in Rasht.
- Shiva Kashani Nezhad, Bahaï arrested on 17th October, freed in Rasht.
- Katayoon Sahabi, documentary film maker, freed on bail.
- Mehran Zinat Bakhsh, documentary film maker, freed on bail.
- Javid Akrami, Sunni high-school student in Lorestan, no news since his arrest on 27th August.
- Hamzeh Karami summoned to Evin Court because he revealed the tortures he was subject to.
- Fatemeh Karroubi under house arrest anew; declares that her husband has no spokesman abroad.
- Mehdi Karroubi reported to suffer from respiratory condition; location of house arrest changed.
- Abdollah Momeni summoned to Evin Court because he revealed the tortures he was subject to.
- Former Mir-Hossein Mousavi office raided by security forces.
- Dr Shahin Sepenta, member of National Front, summoned to Intelligence Ministry in Isfahan.
- Mostafa Tajzadeh banned from visits in prison.
- 13,000 prisoners in Mashhad prisons designed to house 3,000.
News of Injustice in Iran
- Abolfazl Abedini Nasr sentenced by Appeals to one extra year in prison, i.e. a total of 12 years.
- Akbar Akbarpoor, Kurdish prisoner, in prison one year, sentenced to 13 years for Moharebeh.
- Behrooz Alkhani, Kurdish prisoner, in prison since one year, sentenced to death for Moharebeh .
- Hajar Alipoor, Azeri prisoner Azéri, sentenced to 6 years in prison.
- One week after his dissappearance, Ebrahim Babaei Zaeedi calls his family from Evin. He was arrested to serve his 6 year sentence.
- Ali Akbar Javanfekr, editor of Iran and Khatoun, sentenced for views contrary to Islam.
- Journaliste Mehran Faraji sentenced to 6 months in prison + 6 months suspended.
- Kurdish journalist Saeed Saedi sentenced to 3 years in prison.
- 2 hangings in Qom on Friday.
University – Culture
- Mohammaf Yoossoof Alikhani, student of Azad University of Tehran, banned from education..
- Bahman Farman Aara, producer and director, banned from leaving the country.
- Roozbeh Tehrani, previous political prisoner, banned from education.
- A painting exhibition banned in Tehran because of its subject: fertility.
- A public school in Mashhad teaching foreign languages attacked; teachers arrested for bad hijab.
- Security forces prevent Sunni to celebrate Eid.
- Sites Absar et Jahad Majazi, close to Ahamadinezhad, off line.
- Cinéma Haghighat decides to show films of directors who boycotted official festival.
- 17 schools and high-schools affiliated to Qom seminaries will open in Tehran.
Economy in Iran
- China wants to invest in Iranian copper mines.
- Central bank states 19.1% inflation in one year.
- Oil exports to Pakistan halted.
- Iranian airways protest Qatari lines performing domestic flights in Iran.
- 90 billions deficit in Oil ministry budget.
- Iran 3rd behind Belarus and Venezuela for inflation.
- Railway workers protest privatisation and their unpaid salaries in front of company headquarter.
- Workers of Amir Kabir Petrochemical Corp protested last week cuts in overtime pay.
- Retired workers of a textile factory in Iranshahr protest.
- 7 political activists inside Iran and others abroad warn Arab Spring against the traps they fell into after 1979 revolution.
- A British company linked to William Hague sold a device to track opponents in Iran.
- Ahmadinezhad meets with Speaker of Indian Parliament to discuss cooperation.
- France and Russia oppose strikes on Iran.
- Iran looks for deeper cooperation with Armenia.
- Dutch government supports French proposal of harsher sanctions against Iran.
- Ardeshir Amir Arjomand, Moussavi spokesman, writes to Ahmad Shahid, UN Rapporteur
- Implicated Russian scientist denies helping Iran.
- World Bank paid $50 millions on a total loan of $135 millions in October for a sewage project in Tehran which is once more delayed.
- Lawyer Mohammad Mostafaei receives award in Norway.
Politics in Iran
- In a speech, Ahmadinezhad claims that embezzlement was perpetrated on leader’s office order.
- 36 political prisoners demand totally transparent legislative elections.
- More than 120 Iranian intellectuals warn against a military strike on their country.
- Leader orders a team to work on revising Constitution.
- Asbestos in Tehran air 100 times higher than standard.
- 70,000 acres of forests drying up in Lorestan because of dust storms.
- Rezaei and Nosrati, footballers of Persepolis, sentenced for being too effusive after a goal.
- Women not allowed to go skiing without a male guardian.