Release Iran Settlement Documents to Answer the $1.7 Billion Question

Editor 23 February 2018

by Staff writer, SF
The Washington Post’s Glenn Kessler is one of the leading Washington correspondents, who has earned respect from Democrats and Republicans. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice called him her favorite reporter. He runs the Post’s Fact-Checker blog for the past several years, where he has corrected his own mistakes when he’s been wrong.

A History of Suspicious Deaths in Iran’s Prisons

Atousa Pilger 23 February 2018

 by Atousa Pilger

While Kavous Seyed-Emami, a prominent Canadian-Iranian environmentalist and academic, was not the first to die under suspicious circumstances in prison during recent weeks, it wasn’t until his death that President Hassan Rouhani appointed a committee to probe what he described as “regrettable incidents” in Iran’s prisons.

2018 Worldwide Threat Assessment Addresses the Situation in Iran

Azita Carlson 22 February 2018

by Azita Carlson
Daniel Coats, the US Director of National Intelligence (DNI), on February 13th presented the 2018 “Worldwide Threat Assessment,” an annual compendium of challenges to American security, that will ultimately influence US foreign policy.

Suspicious death of environmentalist in Iran prison is more evidence of torture

Navid Felker 22 February 2018

by Navid  Felker
With the death in custody of environmentalist Dr. Kavous Seyed Emami, the Iranian Regime has added yet another person to its long list of murdered political prisoners.

Iranian-Canadian Seyed Emami, founder of the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation, was arrested on bogus charges espionage under the cover of conservation research in January and his death was announced by the authorities just two weeks later.

Workers at Iran National Steel Group blocked the factory’s entrance

Editor 21 February 2018

by Staff writer, SF

According to Iran’s Free Workers Union, National Steel Group workers in Ahwaz blocked the factory’s entrance on February 18, 2018, to protest about not being paid in the last three months, saying they won’t allow production to resume unless their overdue payments are fully settled.

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