Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Iran: futuristic

This morning are in Evinprison Tehran eight men and one woman hanged.
The woman's name was Tayebeh and she was convicted for murdering her stepdaughter.
The men also were convicted of murder.
The execution of the juvenile Behnood Shojaee is once again postponed. His name was removed from the executionlist, but he still can be executed in the near future.

The annual amount of marriages has to be increased by nearly four-hundred thousand to limit potential problems after a period of five years.
Although marriage is recognized to be a stabilizing factor in today's society, the National Organization for Civil Registration (NOCR)says there were 53,000 divorces to 486,000 marriages in the first half of the current Iranian calendar year.
According to a presidential aide there are 1.2 million marriages per year necessary around 2013.
Many couples have been unable to marry due to economic and societal problems, and unemployment.

The air pollution levels in Tehran have reached a height that schools and nurseries almost may close.
Since early December Tehran has been suffering from severe smog and only sporadically rain has helped pull down the level of air pollution.
Environmental authorities will advise children, the elderly, and people suffering from heart and lung diseases to stay indoors if air pollution rises to dangerous levels.
Three million cars are driven in Tehran on a daily basis.

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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