Tuesday, August 14, 2012

Iran: aid August 14, 2012

Human rightsorganizations say that familymembers of Adel Naimi, Shamim Naimi and Elham Farhani who last month were arrested by security forces since then they had heard nothing from them.
source: iranbriefing.net

The earthquakes from Saturday caused a damage of over $650 million.
The deputy-governor of East-Azerbaijan says that there is a possibility that the costs will increase,
IRNA writes that Iran is willing to accept foreign aid for the victims of the earthquake.
A spokeswoman of International Federation of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies told VOA that the group is working closely with Iran's Red Crescent and that 6,000 tents had set up to accommodate an estimated 16,000 people who are displaced.
source: mehrnews.com, voanews.com

India has joined Japan in offering government-backed insurance for oiltankers transporting Iranian oil to avoid EU sanctions.
These sanctions nearly halved Iranian oil exports.
The first Indian ship to carry oil from Iran with Indian insurance is scheduled to load up in Iran on Wednesday.
source: en.trend.az


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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