Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Iran: more December 5th, 2012

After 49 days Nasrin Sotoudeh has ended her hungerstrike.
The autthorities lifted the travelban for her 13-year-old daughter Mehraveh.
During an interview the husband of Sotoudeh told that the pressure on female political prisoners in Evinprison is very high.
Farah Vazehan, who suffers from cancer, had to go on a hunger strike for eight days in order to be transferred outside the prison for medical treatment.

More than 100 Iranian writers, poets, and translators have called for an end to book censorship.
The call was made in an open letter published on the Pendar (Fa) website.

Iran claims to have extracted the data from the American drone it intercepted yesterday, which proved that the US was spying on military sites and oilterminals.
The incident showed the tension in the Persian Gulf area.

In the annual corruption-index 2012 rank Denmark, Finland and NewZealand  on a joint first place as countries with few corruption.
Iran ranks 133 and The Netherlands rank 9.
The 3 most corrupt countries are on rank 174 Afghanistan, North-Korea and Somalia.


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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