Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Iran: closed

In Tehran is a 19-year-old boy sentenced to death for a murder he committed when he was 16.
The ISCAnews reported that Saeed (19) is convicted to death and Babak (30) is convicted to 15 years in prison of the robbery and murder of Hossein in 2005.

Today.AZ reports that teaching Azerbaijani language and literature is banned from the university of Tabriz.The Iranian Education Ministry also spoke against creation of the affiliate of Azerbaijani language and literature in the Muhaggig university in Ardebil.

In the city of Saravan. Sistan-e-Baluchistan province, is Monday a sunni cleric assassinated by two motorcyclists while on his way home.
The men escaped and police is investigating the case.

In the city of Jask, Hormuzgan province, have intelligence forces cracked a drugsmuggle ring.
According to PressTV 1,725 kg of opium and marihuana was seized.
Two men were arrested. They were handed over to the judiciary, together with the drugs.

Closed-circuit surveillancecameras have been installed in the independent universities of Karaj, Arak, Tabriz, Teheran, Mashhad, Khomain, Shahre Rey, Damavand and some of the state-run universities which include Amir Kabir, Industrial Sharif, Tehran, Mazandaran, Shiraz, Sebzevar Teacher Training, Mashhad, the School of Journalism, and the School of Science and Technology. They monitor almost every movement in classrooms, elevators, dormitories and foodhalls.
Almost 400 students of Medical School in Shiraz sent a complaint to the chairman of the university.
Information about the use of the cameras could not be obtained telephonically by a reporter of Sarmayeh news.
In Iran are public debates on the use of closed-circuit security cameras in public places.
The Iranian parlementarian National Security Commission says public surveillance cameras should not violate the privacy rights of citizens.

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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