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Moscow, apparently intent on disproving Ukrainian assertions, released videos and comments from the commander of its Black Sea Fleet, Adm. Viktor Sokolov.

The authorities censored media, jammed satellite television channels and, from September, added Instagram and WhatsApp to the list of blocked and/or filtered mobile apps and social media platforms, which included Facebook, Signal, Telegram, Twitter and YouTube. The authorities repeatedly shut off or disrupted internet and mobile phone networks during protests to suppress mobilization and hide the scale of violations by security forces. The Internet User Protection Bill, which would further erode online freedoms and access to the global internet, remained pending. In September, an executive directive was issued further limiting access to online content. [STREAM**] Iran vs Germany live free 30 September 2023 23 ho 16 hours ago — 23 hours ago — Watch Volleyball: Iran - Germany live stream at 20:00 Sep 30, 2023 in International Volleyball and standing, H2H, timeline, . Institute for the Study of War ... Ukraine's way of war and commit to sustaining Ukraine's initiative on the battlefield. Iran alleged were planning coordinated bomb attacks in Tehran, Iran. The legal age of marriage for girls remained at 13, and fathers could obtain judicial permission for their daughters to be married at a younger age. Women and girls were at the forefront of the popular uprising, challenging decades of gender-based discrimination and violence, and defying discriminatory and degrading compulsory veiling laws that result in them facing daily harassment and violence by state and non-state actors, arbitrary detention, torture and other ill-treatment, and denial of access to education, employment and public spaces. WATCH: White House affirms U.S. will stand with Ukraine Oct 18, 2022 — The White House said Tuesday it will continue to "vigorously enforce all U.S. sanctions" on the Russian and Iranian arms trade to make it ... Forced “confessions” obtained under torture and other ill-treatment were broadcast on state television. Prison and prosecution authorities, working under the judiciary, held prisoners in cruel and inhuman conditions characterized by overcrowding, poor sanitation, inadequate food and water, insufficient beds, poor ventilation and insect infestation. Women, LGBTI people, and ethnic and religious minorities suffered intensified discrimination and violence. Enforced disappearances, torture and other ill-treatment, including through the deliberate denial of medical care, were widespread and systematic. Cruel and inhuman punishments, including flogging, amputation and blinding, were imposed and/or carried out. The use of the death penalty increased and public executions resumed. Trials remained systematically unfair. Systemic impunity prevailed for past and ongoing crimes against humanity relating to prison massacres in 1988 and other crimes under international law. Background An unprecedented popular uprising rocked Iran from September, with people calling for an end to the Islamic Republic system. Protests were ongoing at the end of the year. Several Gonabadi Dervishes remained unjustly imprisoned. LGBTI people suffered systemic discrimination and violence. Consensual same-sex sexual relations remained criminalized with punishments ranging from flogging to the death penalty. State-endorsed “conversion therapies” amounting to torture or other ill-treatment remained prevalent, including against children. Hormone therapy and surgical procedures including sterilization were mandatory for legal gender changes. Gender non-conforming individuals risked criminalization and denial of access to education and employment. Cuba v Ukraine stream 1 October 2023 4 h | 주사랑교회 모임 16 hours ago — [SOCCER]]-] Live: Cuba v Ukraine stream 1 October 2023 4 hours ago Iran and Cuba both have long-lasting tradition in international volleyball ... Human rights in IranAmnesty International takes no position on issues of sovereignty or territorial disputes. Borders on this map are based on UN Geospatial data. Back to Iran Iran was rocked by an unprecedented popular uprising against the Islamic Republic system. Security forces unlawfully fired live ammunition and metal pellets to crush protests, killing hundreds of men, women and children and injuring thousands. Thousands of people were arbitrarily detained and/or unfairly prosecuted solely for peacefully exercising their human rights. In March, the UN Human Rights Council renewed the mandate of the Special Rapporteur on Iran. In November, the same body established a fact-finding mission to investigate human rights violations relating to the uprising. All independent UN experts and international monitors other than the Special Rapporteur on the negative impact of the unilateral coercive measures on the enjoyment of human rights were denied entry to Iran. In March, Iran signed a bilateral treaty with Belgium – the Transfer of Sentenced Persons – raising concerns about its potential use to grant impunity for Iranian state agents arrested and convicted abroad of serious human rights violations. In December, the Constitutional Court of Belgium partially suspended implementation of the treaty and was due to rule on its annulment in early 2023. There was a stricter enforcement of these laws in mid-2022, culminating in the death in custody of Mahsa (Zhina) Amini in September, days after she was violently arrested by Iran’s “morality” police amid credible reports of torture and other ill-treatment. Authorities failed to provide adequate gender-specific healthcare to women prisoners. The “Defending dignity and protecting women against violence” bill, introduced over a decade earlier, stalled in parliament. Lawmakers failed to revise the bill to define domestic violence as a separate offence, criminalize marital rape and child marriage, or ensure men who murder their wives or daughters face proportionate punishments. Refugees’ and migrants’ rights Security forces unlawfully fired live ammunition at Afghan men, women and children attempting to cross the Afghanistan/Iran border, resulting in unlawful killings. Afghans who managed to enter Iran were arbitrarily detained and subjected to torture and other ill-treatment before being unlawfully and forcibly returned. In August, LGBTI rights defender Zahra Sedighi-Hamadani, known as Sareh, and another woman, Elham Choubdar, were sentenced to death for “corruption on earth” by a Revolutionary Court in Urumieh, West Azerbaijan province, due to their real or perceived sexual orientation and/or gender identity and their social media activities in support of LGBTI communities. 6 The Supreme Court quashed their conviction and sentence in December and sent their case for retrial. The authorities continued to treat women as second-class citizens, including in relation to marriage, divorce, child custody, employment, inheritance and political office. Home | INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICE PENDING CASES · Aerial Incident of 8 January 2020 (Canada, Sweden, Ukraine and United Kingdom v. Islamic Republic of Iran) · Alleged Violations of State ... Courts issued at least 178 flogging sentences, according to Abdorrahman Boroumand Center. Discrimination Ethnic minorities, including Ahwazi Arabs, Azerbaijani Turks, Baluchis, Kurds and Turkmen, faced widespread discrimination, curtailing their access to education, employment, adequate housing and political office. Continued under-investment in minority-populated regions exacerbated poverty and marginalization. Persian remained the sole language of instruction in primary and secondary education, despite repeated calls for linguistic diversity. Security forces unlawfully killed scores of unarmed Kurdish cross-border couriers (kulbars) between the Kurdistan regions of Iran and Iraq and Baluchi fuel porters (soukhtbar) in Sistan and Baluchestan province. Iran national football team On 25 August 2019, deputy Sports Minister Jamshid Taghizadeh stated: "Women can go to Tehran's Azadi stadium to watch the match between Iran's national team and ... (((SPORT TV!!))) Iran v Germany live stream 30 September Sep 19, 2023 — (SPORT TV!!))) Iran v Germany live stream 30 September 2023 Sep 19, 2023 — Grossi said he is seeking to re-establish a dialogue with North ...


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