The 2012 Annual Report on
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Among those scheduled to be executed was Saeed Sedeghi, a shop worker sentenced to death in June after an unfair trial on drugs-related charges.
Iran must release Majid Sedeghi, who was arrested before his brother Saeed Sedeghi had been expected to be executed, Amnesty International said.
Iran is urged to immediately commute the death sentences of 11 men who are at imminent risk of execution after being transferred to Tehran's Evin Prison.
Iranian human rights defender and lawyer Mohammad Ali Dadkhah must be immediately and unconditionally released, Amnesty International said.
Narges Mo hammadi. Iran Write for Rights 7-16 December 2012. Make a diﬀerence. Human rights activist Narges Mohammadi. has been sentenced to six years'. ...
Document MDE 13/057/2012
On 16 September, Kouhyar Goudarzi, a member of the Committee for Human Rights Reporters (CHRR), had his five-year prison sentence upheld by an appeals court. He ...
Urgent Action MDE 13/063/2012
With the academic year about to begin in Iran, the authorities have escalated a clampdown on students.
The acquittal of Pastor Yousef Naderkhani in a re-trial in Iran's northern Gilan province demonstrates just why the Iranian authorities must guarantee the rights ...
Iranian businessman Mazyar Ebrahimi and 11 others have been held incommunicado since their arrest in June 2012. On 6 August the five women and seven men appeared ...
Urgent Action MDE 13/062/2012
The Iranian authorities must halt all executions scheduled in the coming days, Amnesty International said, amid reports up to 23 individuals may be at risk.