Iran: Two Human Rights Defenders Imprisoned
Members of two human rights organizations have been detained in Tehran's Evin Prison, some for over two months. Human rights defenders Shiva Nazar Ahari and Ali Bikas are prisoners of conscience and whilst remaining in detention they are at risk of torture or other ill-treatment. Naseh Faridi, who was released on bail on or around 1 September, is still facing charges.
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