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Iran’s judiciary allowed controversial meeting with European delegation

Although Iran’s Parliament has expressed its disapproval of a meeting between a European Parliament delegation and Iranians Nasrin Sotoudeh and Jafar Panahi, the latest reports indicate that the visit was organized with the approval of the judiciary and its international advisor. » read more

European delegation meeting with Sotoudeh and Panahi slammed

Iranian hardliners have criticized the foreign ministry for a meeting between the European Parliamentary delegation and Nasrin Sotoudeh and Jafar Panahi. » read more

Human rights lawyer Sotoudeh among freed political prisoners

Prominent Iranian human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh was released today from Evin Prison, where she has been held since September 2010. She was one of several men and women freed today after being jailed for their political beliefs. » read more

Human rights lawyer summoned back to prison

Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed Iranian human rights lawyer who had been granted a furlough, was summoned back to Evin Prison on Sunday July 7. » read more

Former president visits convicted human rights lawyer

Former Iranian president Mohammad Khatami has visited human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who is currently on leave from Evin Prison. » read more

Journalist released, lawyer given furlough

Jailed Iranian journalist Jila Bani Yaghoub has been released at the end of her sentence, and Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed human rights lawyer, has been given a furlough. » read more

Extended furlough denied for jailed human rights lawyer

Nasrin Sotoudeh, the Iranian human rights lawyer who was given a furlough from Evin Prison to spend the New Year celebrations with her family, has returned to jail. » read more

Iranian prisoners given furloughs for Norooz

Iranian authorities gave furloughs to a number of political prisoners on the occasion of the Iranian New Year and the arrival of Norooz. » read more

Family says Sotoudeh’s furlough cut short

Iranian lawyer and human rights activist Nasrin Sotoudeh has been returned to Evin Prison after she was granted a furlough on Saturday, her first in more than two years behind bars. » read more

Nasrin Sotoudeh given first furlough

Nasrin Sotoudeh, the jailed Iranian human rights lawyer and activist, has been given a furlough for the first time since she was jailed in September of 2010. » read more