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Nasrin Sotoudeh Denied Furlough, Telephone Contact

April 24, 2012

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Nasrin Sotoudeh

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran: Prominent human rights defender Nasrin Sotoudeh was deprived of furlough and telephone contact with her family during the Persian New Year, her husband Reza Khandan told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran in an interview.

None of the female prisoners were allowed even hourly leave during this holiday.

Narges Mohammadi in Undisclosed Location

April 24, 2012

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Narges Mohammadi

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran: Prominent human rights defender Narges Mohammadi was arrested this Sunday and is currently in an unknown location. In an interview with the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran, Mohammadi’s husband Taghi Rahmani said that the family’s efforts to find our her location have been fruitless.

"I Am Not a Criminal. I Will Not Request Pardon," Says Narges Mohammadi

March 21, 2012

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Narges Mahammadi

International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran: Narges Mohammadi, the deputy director of the Defenders of Human Rights Center (DHRC) who was sentenced to six years in prison on 5 March by an appeals court, told the International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran that she did not request a pardon, as all DHRC activities were based on the laws of the Islamic Republic of Iran.

UN Report Documents “Striking Pattern of Violations”

March 7, 2012

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UN report on human rights in IranThe International Campaign for Human Rights in Iran today welcomed the comprehensive report of the UN Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights in the Islamic Republic of Iran, Ahmed Shaheed, as a significant document that gives voice to the victims of widespread violations. The Campaign called on the Iranian government to end its absolute lack of cooperation with UN mechanisms and its systematic violations of its international obligations and to work with the Special Rapporteur to address the human rights crisis in that country.

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