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Iranian doctors offer to treat political prisoners

The Islamic Association of Iranian Physicians has urged the head of Iran’s judiciary to allow independent doctors to examine and treat political prisoners outside the prisons. » read more

Jailed journalist transferred as part of prison crackdown

Bahman Ahmadi Amouyi, a jailed Iranian journalist, has been transferred to Rejai Shahr Prison in Karaj. » read more

Jailed blogger writes protest letter to leader

Jailed Iranian blogger Hossein Ronaghi Maleki, who is on hunger strike, has written to Iran’s Supreme Leader to protest against his situation in jail. » read more

Prison authorities deny use of torture

The head of the Iranian Prisons Organization has dismissed recent statements about the use of torture in prisons as "absurd lies." » read more

Tehran Prosecutor urged to investigate death of political prisoners

A group of Iranian human rights activists and court attorneys has called on the Tehran Prosecutor to investigate the “moving and painful” deaths of Haleh Sahabi and Reza Hoda Saber. » read more

Iranian political prisoners protest death of jailed activists

Twelve Iranian political prisoners have started a hunger strike to protest the deaths of the two Nationalist-religious political prisoners in the past month, Haleh Sahabi and Reza Hoda Saber. » read more

Mourners commemorate jailed journalist under forces’ scrutiny

A commemoration service for Reza Hoda Saber, the jailed Iranian journalist who died of a massive heart attack 10 days into a hunger strike, was held under strict security measures in Tehran. » read more

Reformist MPs call for probe into death of jailed journalist

Ten reformist MPs have called on the Minister of Justice to investigate the death of Reza Hoda Saber, the jailed journalist who died Sunday after a 10-day hunger strike. » read more

Authorities deny journalist was on hunger strike before death

Islamic Republic authorities gave their first response today to the death of Reza Hoda Saber, denying that the jailed journalist and political activist had been on a hunger strike during his final days. » read more

Cellmates say deceased journalist beaten prior to death

Sixty-four Iranian political prisoners from Ward 350 of Evin Prison have issued an announcement declaring that Reza Hoda Saber, the jailed Iranian journalist who died on Saturday following nearly 10 days on a hunger strike, was severely beaten by authorities on the eighth day of his strike. » read more