Thursday, August 23, 2007

Iran: fish

Wednesday is in Shiraz, Fars province a man hanged.
IRNA reports that the man was convicted for murder and armed robbery and that the initial death sentence was confirmed by the supreme court.

The Pakistan police have not so far handed over the bandits who took 21 Iranian hostages from Sistan-e-Baluchestan to Pakistan,
The hostages returned to Iran on a charter Tuesday.
The Pakistani government claims that the hostage-takers are Pakistani nationals.Based on an agreement between Tehran and Islamabad, the Pakistani government should deliver armed insurgents to Iran.
Intelligence Minister Gholamhossein Mohseni-Ejei said on Tuesday the hostage-takers are bandits, but not linked to terrorist Abdolmalek Rigi.

The Intelligence Ministry says members of a separatist group have been arrested in the city of Ahwaz.The Iranian authorities declared that they are arrested for causing rift and propagating sectarian and religious divisions amongst the people.
According to Mehrnews also a substantial cache of weapons were seized.
Earlier this month officials said members of a "terrorist" group had been arrested on suspicion of planning an attack.

The Iranian Fisheries Organization has arrested over 1,400 illegal fishermen and confiscated over 9,000 kilograms of cartilaginous fish over the last five months.
Some fishermen illegally net fish in Iran's Caspian waters in an effort to obtain caviar.
336 illegal fishing vessels, over 23,000 kilos of shrimp and 62,000 kilos of other fish that were illegally harvested, have also been seized.

In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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