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Prosecutor agrees to jailed activist’s demands

Jailed Iranian labour activist Reza Shahabi has ended his 50-day hunger strike after the Tehran Prosecutor agreed to his demands.

Reports indicate that one of prosecutor’s deputies, Mehdi Khodabakhshi, visited Shahabi in hospital on Sunday July 20 and accepted his demands for ending his strike. » read more

Concern mounts for jailed Iranian labour activist

Human rights groups have expressed grave concern regarding the health of jailed labour activist Reza Shahabi in Tehran’s Evin Prison. » read more

Labour activist ends prison hunger strike

Jailed Iranian labour activist Reza Shahabi has ended his hunger strike after 23 days, after he was given a five-day furlough by Evin Prison authorities. » read more

Hunger-striking activist attracts international concern

Twenty days into a hunger strike by jailed Iranian labour activist Reza Shahabi, labour organizations in various countries have expressed concern regarding Shahabi’s health. » read more

Shorter sentence for labour activist

The Iranian judiciary has reduced the prison term of labour activist Reza Shahabi from six years in jail to four, human rights groups report. » read more

Iranian labour activist serves out jail term

Iranian labour activist Ebrahim Madadi was released today after three and half years in an Iranian jail. » read more

Labour activist protests jail term with hunger strike

Jailed Iranian labour activist Reza Shahabi has begun a dry hunger strike, his wife revealed today. » read more

Labour activist gets six years

The Iranian judiciary has sentenced labour activist Reza Shahabi to six years in jail and a five-year ban from labour activism. » read more

Labour activist ends hunger strike

A jailed Iranian labour activist has ended a 30-day hunger strike after being hospitalized. » read more

Lawyer calls for release of labour activist

The lawyer for jailed labour activist Reza Shahabi has denounced his client's undetermined judicial state and called for his release. » read more