Saturday, March 24, 2012

Iran: economics

EU has tightened restrictions against Iranian authorities over human rights abuses.
EU added 17 names to the blacklist of people with frozen assets and travel bans "for serious human rights violations". the total is 78 names.
Also exports of equipment and software intended for use in the monitoring or interception of internet and telephone communications by the Iranian state is banned.

U.S. and European security officials say. that Iran is providing a broad array of assistance to Syria by supplying high-tech surveillance technology to guns and ammunition.
Iran also sends Iranian-made drone aircraft for overhead surveillance.
source: freedomessenger

According to an expert at London International Institute for Strategic Studies the sanctions on Iran have unexpected side-effects, making them more committed.
Iranians may bear the economic pain, people around the world are also feeling the knock-on effects of rising fuel prices that also drive food and price inflation.


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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