Average Weekend in #Mauritania

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No Political Prisoners
Yesterday, I read (and shared) an interview with Mauritania’s Aziz, in which he boasted that there are no political prisoners in Mauritania – he was only able to do that because of the very recent release of the political activist and abolitionist  Biram Dah Obeid, of course.

No Terror Protection Payola
He also denied reports from Pakistan, where it is claimed they discovered documents outlining a deal with AQ, and said Mauritania had not handed over any money in exchange for protection from terrorist attacks. He also said he’d asked the US, and the US denied all knowledge. Further, he said all terrorism actors were in jail, sentenced to death, and none had been released, except those who repented after serving their sentence. (Quite how a person can repent after serving a death sentence was not explained.) However, some of us recall that a small group of suspected terrorist sympathisers repented, were released, and each given a large cash payment, using money from the US government.

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No Daylight Robbery
Today, there are reports of the first attempted “armed robbery” on a bank in Mauritania.  We’re being told the motive was ideological, because the perpetrators claimed the National Bank of Mauritania  (BNM) was guilty of usury, and the leader of the 4-man group had a beard. Their “attack” involved arrived at closing time saying they had money they wanted to deposit. At some point, knives and a gun were produced, and a warning shot fired into the air. They were apparently foiled by the bank’s unarmed security with the help of plucky bystanders, and then arrested by the police. I will not be surprised if this is subsequently used as evidence of a resurgence of terrorism. What will forever remain a mystery is how robbing a bank is in any way an appropriate response or remedy for usury.

News from Iran – Week 26 – 2014

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Prisoners’ News

A-Transfers

  • Hamed Ahmadi, death row prisoner on hunger strike, transferred to hospital for stomach bleeding.
  • Mansour Arvand, death row prisoner, transferred from Urmiah prison to an unknown location.
  • Dr. Kamran Ayazi transferred from Evin to Rejaei Shahr.
  • Shahram Chinian-Miandoab transferred to solitary in Rejaei Shahr.
  • Dr. Latif Hasani, on hunger strike since May 10th, transferred to hospital and then to Evin.
  • Behnam Irani, Christian priest recently converted, transferred from Alborz Intelligence detention center to Rejaei Shahr.
  • Mehdi Khazali moved from Evin to Rejaei Shahr.
  • Kasra Nouri transferred back from Adel Abad prison to Nezam prison.

 

B-Arrests-Detentions

  • Sivan Hosseinpour, Kurdish photographer and cartoonist, arrested at home in Mahabad.
  • Bahman Khaleghi, Azeri activist, begins serving his 6 months sentence in Tabriz.
  • Majid Moghadam arrested during 5th memorial at Neda Agha-Soltan grave and released the day after.
  • Hojatoleslam Seyed Hamid Mahdavi-Eghdam begins serving his sentence in Tabriz prison.
  • Mamousta Abdol-Salam Golnavaz, Kurdish cleric, summoned to clerical court in Tabriz and arrested ; released the day after because of protests
  • Behnam Mousivand arrested during 5th memorial at Neda Agha-Soltan’s grave and released the day after.
  • Afshin Nadimi, Kurdish rights activist, begins serving his 6 years sentence in Sanandaj prison.
  • Reyhaneh Tabatabaei, journalist, begins serving her 6 months sentence in Evin.
  • Female football fans arrested and released after president’s intervention.

 

C-Liberations

  • Leva Khanjani freed at the end of her sentence.
  • Amir Khorram released on furlough.

 

D-Other News

  • Reza Akbari-Monfared on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Mohammad Banazadeh-Amirkhizi on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Dr. Asghar Ghotan on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Afshin Heiratian on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Khaled Herdani on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Saleh Kohandel on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Mohammad-Ali (Pirouz) Mansouri on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Ali Moezi banned from all visits.
  • Ali Salanpour on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.
  • Shahrokh Zamani on hunger strike in Rejaei Shahr to support Reza Shahabi.

 

News of injustice in Iran

  • Mashallah Shamsolvaezin, journalist, banned from leaving the country.
  • 5 hangings in Birjand prison.
  • 8 hangings in Rasht on Monday.
  • 2 hangings Rejaei Shahr on Wednesday.
  • 11 hangings in Ghezel-Hesar on Thursday.

 

University – Culture

  • Shahr e Sokhteh inscribed in Unesco World Heritage list.
  • Two paintings by Iranian poet Sohrab Sepehri sold for over $1 million in Tehran auction.
  • Iranian students blocked from UK Stem courses by Kaplan due to US sanctions.
  • Islamic Association of Shiraz University of Technology reopens after 4 years

 

Protests

  • Tehranis celebrate great match of Team Melli against Argentina on the street.
  • Retired steel workers protest withheld pension payments.
  • Reporters strike at national broadcaster in Ardebil for unpaid wages.
  • Miners protest to keep company private and they stop privatisation.

 

Iran abroad

  • Zarif meets Sudanese minister of development in Tehran.
  • French parliamentary delegation visits Iranian Majlis.
  • Iran operates drones from former American base in Iraq.

 

Iran Economics

  • Turkey sells 200 tons of secret gold to Iran.
  • India makes $550m oil payment to Iran.

 

Iran Politics

  • Iranian police launches new campaign to seize satellite dishes.
  • Gholamali Jafarzadeh, a member of Iran’s planning and Budget Commission calls for Ahmadinejad’s prosecution.
  • 75% of provincial governors replaced last year.
  • Vasectomy punishable by 2 to 5 years in prison.
  • Health Minister challenges law against birth control.

 

Miscellaneous

  • Iran is getting ready for its best year of tourism in a generation.
  • Iranian pilgrims captured by ISIS released, back to country.
  • Iran has the highest cancer rate because of contaminated gasoline.

 

As usual, list of political prisoners in Iran: http://hyperactivist.info/ipr.html

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Des Nouvelles d’Iran – Semaine 26-2014

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Nouvelles des Prisonniers

A-Transferts

  • Hamed Ahmadi, condamnĂ© Ă  mort en grĂšve de la faim, hospitalisĂ© pour hĂ©morragie stomacale.
  • Mansour Arvand, condamnĂ© Ă  mort, transfĂ©rĂ© de la prison d’Oroumieh vers un lieu inconnu.
  • Le Docteur Kamran Ayazi transfĂ©rĂ© d’Evine Ă  RedjaĂŻ Shahr.
  • Le Docteur Latif Hassani, en grĂšve de la faim depuis le 10 mai, hospitalisĂ© puis transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  Evine.
  • Behnam Irani, prĂȘtre rĂ©cemment converti, transfĂ©rĂ© du centre de dĂ©tention du renseignement d’Alborz Ă  RedjaĂŻ Shahr.
  • Mehdi Khazali transfĂ©rĂ© de la prison d’Evine Ă  celle de RedjaĂŻ Shahr.
  • Kasra Nouri transfĂ©rĂ© de la prison d’Adel Abad Ă  celle de Nezam.
  • Shahram Tchinian-Miandoab transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  l’isolement Ă  RadjaĂŻ Shahr.

 

B-Arrestations-Incarcérations

  • Sivan Hosseinpour, photographe et caricaturiste kurde, arrĂȘtĂ© Ă  son domicile Ă  Mahabad.
  • Bahman Khaleghi, militant azĂ©ri, commence Ă  purger sa peine de 6 mois Ă  Tabriz.
  • Madjid Moghadam arrĂȘtĂ© lors du 5Ăšme anniversaire de la mort de Neda Agha-Soltan, libĂ©rĂ© le lendemain.
  • L’ Hodjatoleslam Seyed Hamid Mahdavi-Eghdam commence Ă  purger sa peine Ă  la prison de Tabriz.
  • Mamousta Abdol-Salam Golnavaz, religieux kurde, convoquĂ© au tribunal religieux de Tabriz et arrĂȘté ; il est relĂąchĂ© le lendemain suite aux manifestations populaires.
  • Behnam Moussivand arrĂȘtĂ© lors du 5Ăšme anniversaire de la mort de Neda Agha-Soltan, libĂ©rĂ© le lendemain.
  • Afshine Nadimi, syndicaliste kurde, commence Ă  purger sa peine de 6 ans Ă  la prison de Sanandaj.
  • Reyhaneh TabatabaĂŻ, journaliste, commence Ă  purger sa peine de 6 mois Ă  Evine.
  • Des femmes fans de foot arrĂȘtĂ©es puis libĂ©rĂ©es par l’intervention de la prĂ©sidence de la rĂ©publique.

 

C-Libérations

  • Leva Khandjani libĂ©rĂ©e Ă  la fin de sa peine.
  • Amir Khorram en libertĂ© provisoire.

 

D-Autres Nouvelles

  • Reza Akbari-Monfared est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Mohammad Banazadeh-Amirkhizi est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Le Docteur Asghar Ghotan est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Afshine Heiratian est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Khaled Herdani est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Saleh Kohandel est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Mohammad-Ali (Pirouz) Mansouri est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Ali Moezi interdit de visites.
  • Ali Salanpour est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.
  • Shahrokh Zamani est en grĂšve de la faim dans la prison de RadjaĂŻ Shahr pour soutenir Reza Shahabi.

 

Nouvelles de l’injustice en Iran

  • Mashallah Shamsolvaezine, journaliste, interdit de sortie du territoire.
  • 5 pendaisons Ă  la prison de Birdjand.
  • 8 pendaisons Ă  Rasht lundi.
  • 2 pendaisons Ă  RadjaĂŻ Shahr mercredi.
  • 11 pendaisons Ă  Ghezel Hesar jeudi.

 

L’universitĂ© – la Culture

  • Shahr e Sokhteh inscrite au patrimoine mondial de l’humanitĂ© de l’UNESCO.
  • Deux peintures du poĂšte iranien Sohrab Sepehri vendues aux enchĂšres pour plus de $1 million Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran.
  • Les Ă©tudiants iraniens au Royaume-Uni empĂȘchĂ©s d’assister aux cours dispensĂ©s par Kaplan Ă  cause des sanctions amĂ©ricaines.
  • L’association islamique de l’universitĂ© de technologie de Shiraz de nouveau ouverte aprĂšs 4 ans.

 

Manifestations

  • Les habitants de TĂ©hĂ©ran cĂ©lĂšbrent le grand match de leur Ă©quipe de football contre l’Argentine dans la rue.
  • Des mĂ©tallurgistes retraitĂ©s manifestent contre le non-paiement de leur retraite.
  • Les journalistes de la radio nationale d’Ardebil en grĂšve pour leurs salaires impayĂ©s.
  • Des mineurs manifestent contre la privatisation de l’entreprise et rĂ©ussissent Ă  l’arrĂȘter.

 

L’Iran Ă  l’étranger

  • Zarif rencontre la ministre soudanaise du dĂ©veloppement Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran.
  • Une dĂ©lĂ©gation parlementaire française reçue au parlement iranien.
  • Les Iraniens opĂšrent des drones depuis une ancienne base amĂ©ricaine en Irak.

 

L’économie en Iran

  • La Turquie vend 200 tonnes d’or secret Ă  l’Iran.
  • L’Inde paie $550 millions pour du pĂ©trole Ă  l’Iran..

 

Politique en Iran

  • La police lance une nouvelle campagne de destruction des antennes satellite.
  • Gholamali Djafarzadeh, membre de la commission du planning et du budget appelle Ă  la mise en examen d’Ahmadinejad.
  • 75% des gouverneurs de province remplacĂ©s l’annĂ©e derniĂšre.
  • La vasectomie passible de 2 Ă  5 ans de prison.
  • Le ministre de la santĂ© dĂ©fie la loi contre le contrĂŽle des naissances.

 

Nouvelles en vrac

  • Iran-Argentine : 0-1 grĂące Ă  l’arbitre.
  • L’Iran se prĂ©pare Ă  sa meilleure annĂ©e pour le tourisme en une gĂ©nĂ©ration.
  • Les pĂšlerins iraniens capturĂ©s par l’EIIL ont Ă©tĂ© libĂ©rĂ©s; ils sont de retour en Iran.
  • L’Iran a le taux le plus Ă©levĂ© de cancer Ă  cause de la mauvaise qualitĂ© de l’essence.

 

Sur le blog cette semaine

Et toujours, la liste des prisonniers politiques en Iran (en Anglais) : http://hyperactivist.info/ipr.html

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News from Iran – Week 25 – 2014

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Prisoners’ News

A-Transfers

  • Hamed Ahmadi, Kurdish Sunni activist, transferred to Ghezel Hesar.
  • Dr. Asadollah Asadi transferred to Evin 290 solitary because of his dry hunger strike.
  • Jahangir and Jamshid Dehghani, Kurdish Sunni activists, transferred to Ghezel Hesar.
  • Mehdi Farahi-Shandiz, political activist, transferred to Rejaei Shahr.
  • Saeed Matinpour is back in Evin 350.
  • Kamal Molaei, Kurdish Sunni activist, transferred to Ghezel Hesar.
  • Seyyed Hossein Ronaghi-Maleki transferred to Hashemizadeh hospital then back to Evin without treatment.

 

B-Arrests-Detentions

  • Danial Babayani, Azeri cyber activist, arrested to serve his sentence of 23 months.
  • Habibollah Beigzadeh, Azeri cyber activist, arrested to serve his sentence of 23 months.
  • Abdolhossein Harati, who recently came back to Iran, arrested.
  • Nematollah Kami, Azeri cyber activist, arrested to serve his sentence of 23 months.
  • Mehdi Khazali arrested for the 7th time; he launches a hunger strike.
  • Mehdi Tadini reports to Evin to begin serving his 2 years sentence.
  • 2 arrests at Neda Agha-Soltan grave during her 5th year memorial.

 

C-Liberations

  • Adel Fanaian, Baha’i, freed on parole.
  • Rahman Ghahremanpour-Bonab, freed at the end of his sentence.
  • Masoumeh Gholizadeh released on 100 million toman bail from Tabriz prison.
  • Hossein Nouraninejad was released on 200 million toman bail.
  • Abbas Samadian, political activist, released on 150 million toman bail.
  • Ali Shariati, political activist, released on 150 million toman bail.

 

D-Other News

  • Mohsen Ghashghaeizadeh is on hunger strike to protest disappearance of his mother.
  • 80 political prisoners in Rejaei Shahr are on hunger strike to support 4 death row prisoners transferred to Ghezel Hesar.

 

News of injustice in Iran

  • Ghasem Ebrahimpour, Kurdish political activist, sentenced by Appeals to 2 years in prison.
  • Ali-Asghar Honarmand, founder of Narenji Website, sentenced to 11 years in prison.
  • Jamal Mina-Shiri, Kurdish political activist, sentenced by Appeals to 3.5 years in prison.
  • Ebrahim Mostafapour, Kurdish political activist, sentenced by Appeals to 2 years in prison.
  • Hossein Nozari, working with Nqrenji Website, sentenced to 7 years in prison.
  • Ehsan Paknejad, technical editor of Narenji Website, sentenced to 5 years in prison
  • Hadi Tavanmand, Kurdish political activist, sentenced by Appeals to 3.5 years in prison.
  • Abbas Vahedi, editor of Narenji Website, sentenced to 2.5 years in prison
  • 10 hangings in Urmiah prison on Wednesday, 2 others pardoned by victims.
  • 3 hangings in Yazd prison.

 

University – Culture

  • 1000 foreign movies participate in Tehran Short Film-festival.
  • Mohammad-Reza Shajarian will receive next week medal of ‘Chevalier des Arts et Lettres’.
  • Neday e Enghelab, Website affiliated with the guards shuts itself.

 

Protests

  • Tehran Tires factory workers protest again.
  • A group of women protest in front of volleyball federation against their banning from entering the stadium.
  • Iran Air staff on strike at Mehrabad airport.

 

Iran abroad

  • 1st Vice President Eshagh Jahangiri meets with Bolivian President Evo Morales in Santa Cruz.
  • Zarif meets South Sfrican Foreign Minister in Tehran.
  • Members of Algerian-Iranian parliamentary friendship meet Parliament Speaker Larijani in Tehran.
  • Kurdistan PM in Tehran to discuss Iraq situation.
  • British FM says “circumstances are right to reopen our embassy in Tehran”.
  • UN General Assembly’s Legal Committee elects Iranian envoy as vice-chairman.

 

Iran Economics

  • Oil minister cancels contracts signed under Ahmadinejad.

 

Iran Politics

  • MPs demand stronger veil enforcement.
  • Rouhani orders investigation of possibilities of women presence in stadium.
  • Rafsanjani asks supreme leader to release Mousavi et Karroubi.

 

Miscellaneous

  • Zabol shrouded in darkness by sandstorm.
  • Use of music in public places including taxis buses and trains banned in Varamin.
  • Iran wins over Italy 19-8 in volleyball.

 

As usual, list of political prisoners in Iran: http://hyperactivist.info/ipr.html

Please help us to keep it updated

Des Nouvelles d’Iran – Semaine 25-2014

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Nouvelles des Prisonniers

A-Transferts

  • Hamed Ahmadi, militant kurde sunnite, transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  Ghezel Hessar.
  • Le Docteur Assadollah Assadi a Ă©tĂ© transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  l’isolement Ă  la section 290 d’Evine suite Ă  sa grĂšve de la faim et de la soif.
  • Djahangir et Djamshid Dehghani, militants kurdes sunnites, transfĂ©rĂ©s Ă  Ghezel Hessar.
  • Mehdi Farahi-Shandiz, militant politique, transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  la prison de RedjaĂŻ Shahr.
  • Saeed Matinpour est de retour Ă  la section 350 d’Evine.
  • Kamal MolaĂŻ, militant kurde sunnite, transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  Ghezel Hessar.
  • Seyyed Hossein Ronaghi-Maleki transfĂ©rĂ© Ă  l’hĂŽpital Hashemizadeh puis de retour Ă  Evine sans traitement.

 

B-Arrestations-Incarcérations

  • Danial Babayani, cyber-activiste azĂ©ri, arrĂȘtĂ© pour purger sa peine de 23 mois de prison.
  • Habibollah Beigzadeh, cyber-activiste azĂ©ri, arrĂȘtĂ© pour purger sa peine de 23 mois de prison.
  • Abdolhossein Harati, rĂ©cemment rentrĂ© en Iran, arrĂȘtĂ©.
  • Nematollah Kami, cyber-activiste azĂ©ri, arrĂȘtĂ© pour purger sa peine de 23 mois de prison.
  • Mehdi Khazali a Ă©tĂ© arrĂȘtĂ© pour la septiĂšme fois, il lance une grĂšve de la faim.
  • Mehdi Tadini se rend Ă  Evine pour commencer Ă  purger ses 2 ans de prison.
  • 2 arrestations sur la tombe de Neda Agha-Soltan lors de la commĂ©moration du 5Ăšme anniversaire de sa mort.

 

C-Libérations

  • Adel Fanaian, bahaĂŻ, en libertĂ© conditionnelle.
  • Rahman Ghahremanpour-Bonab libĂ©rĂ© Ă  la fin de sa peine.
  • Massoumeh Gholizadeh libĂ©rĂ©e sous une caution de 100 million de tomans de la prison de Tabriz.
  • Hossein Nouraninejad a Ă©tĂ© libĂ©rĂ© sous une caution de 200 million de tomans.
  • Abbas Samadian, militant politique, libĂ©rĂ© sous une caution de 150 million de tomans.
  • Ali Shariati, militant politique, libĂ©rĂ© sous une caution de 150 million de tomans.

 

D-Autres Nouvelles

  • Mohsen Ghashghaeizadeh est en grĂšve de la faim pour protester contre la disparition de sa mĂšre.
  • 80 prisonniers politiques de RedjaĂŻ Shahr sont en grĂšve de la faim pour soutenir 4 condamnĂ©s Ă  mort transfĂ©rĂ©s Ă  Ghezel Hessar.

 

Nouvelles de l’injustice en Iran

  • Ghassem Ebrahimpour, militant politique kurde, condamnĂ© en appel Ă  2 ans de prison.
  • Ali-Asghar Honarmand, fondateur du site Web Narendji, condamnĂ© Ă  11 ans de prison.
  • Djamal Mina-Shiri, militant politique kurde, condamnĂ© en appel Ă  3.5 ans de prison.
  • Ebrahim Mostafapour, militant politique kurde, condamnĂ© en appel Ă  2 ans de prison.
  • Hossein Nozari, travaillant avec le site Web Narendji, condamnĂ© Ă  7 ans de prison.
  • Ehsan Paknejad, rĂ©dacteur technique du site Web Narendji, condamnĂ© Ă  5 ans de prison
  • Hadi Tavanmand, militant politique kurde, condamnĂ© en appel Ă  3.5 ans de prison.
  • Abbas Vahedi, rĂ©dacteur du site Web Narendji, condamnĂ© Ă  2.5 ans de prison.
  • 10 pendaisons Ă  la prison d’Oroumieh mercredi, 2 autres pardonnĂ©s par les familles des victimes.
  • 3 pendaisons Ă  la prison de Yazd.

 

L’universitĂ© – la Culture

  • 1.000 films Ă©trangers participent au festival du court-mĂ©trage de TĂ©hĂ©ran.
  • Mohammad-Reza Shajarian sera fait la semaine prochaine Chevalier des Arts et Lettres.
  • Neda ye Enghelab, site web affiliĂ© aux Gardiens de la RĂ©volution, se ferme.

 

Manifestations

  • Les salariĂ©s de TĂ©hĂ©ran Tires manifestent de nouveau.
  • Un groupe de femmes manifestent contre leur interdiction d’entrer dans le stade devant la fĂ©dĂ©ration de volleyball.
  • Le personnel d’Iran Air en grĂšve Ă  l’aĂ©roport de Mehrabad.

 

L’Iran Ă  l’étranger

  • Le premier Vice-PrĂ©sident Eshagh Jahangiri rencontre le prĂ©sident bolivien Evo Morales Ă  Santa Cruz.
  • Zarif rencontre le ministre des affaires Ă©trangĂšres sud-africain Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran.
  • Les membres de l’amitiĂ© parlementaire algĂ©ro-iranienne rencontre le prĂ©sident du parlement Laridjani Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran.
  • Le premier ministre du Kurdistan est Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran pour discuter de la situation en Irak.
  • Le premier ministre britannique dĂ©clare « les circonstances sont bonnes pour rouvrir notre ambassade Ă  TĂ©hĂ©ran ».
  • Le comitĂ© lĂ©gal de l’assemblĂ©e gĂ©nĂ©rale de l’ONU Ă©lit un Iranien au poste de vice-prĂ©sident.

 

L’économie en Iran

  • Le ministre du pĂ©trole annule les contrats signĂ©s sous Ahmadinejad.

 

Politique en Iran

  • Les dĂ©putĂ©s demandent un durcissement de l’application de la loi sur le voile.
  • Rouhani ordonne une enquĂȘte pour Ă©tudier la possibilitĂ© pour les femmes d’entrer dans les stades.
  • Rafsandjani demande au guide suprĂȘme la libĂ©ration de Moussavi et Karroubi.

 

Nouvelles en vrac

  • Zabol dans le noir Ă  cause d’une tempĂȘte de sable.
  • La musique est interdite dans tous les lieux publics de Varamine y compris les taxis, les bus et les trains.
  • L’Iran l’emporte sur l’Italie 19 Ă  8 en volleyball.

 

Et toujours, la liste des prisonniers politiques en Iran (en Anglais) : http://hyperactivist.info/ipr.html

Aidez-nous Ă  la tenir Ă  jour