NCRI - Children with autism are harmed and annoyed at its center in Mashhad, a news outbreak that hurt public opinion.
After disclosure of the torture of children patients suffering autism in Northeastern city of Mashhad, the deputy director of the rehabilitation department of the Iranian welfare organization, blamed the ministry of health, while the adviser to the health minister also stated: the center had only the principled consent for operation, which did not mean a license for the institute.
NCRI - After more than a month of wheat harvest, government authorities evade paying the money to the wheat farmers.
A state-run website called Bayanerooz on June 9 2017 writes about Rouhani's hollow promises, "The president always promises jam tomorrow. He did not achieve positive results in the 4 years of presidency. He only prioritizes measures in times of election."
NCRI - A prisoner died in Sanandaj Prison due to lack of medical treatment On Monday, June 19, however, the forensics had earlier confirmed his inability to imprisonment.
According to the reports, the political prisoner, Fardin Faramarzi has visited the health center two times following a severe pain in the heart area and he has returned to the ward without being examined.
NCRI - A 37 years old prisoner died due to lack of medical attention and transport to the hospital in central prison of Sotheastern city of Zahedan on Saturday, June 17 around 13:00hour.
According to obtained reports, Naqib Altaz Qanbarzehi had been arrested at age of 17, and was in jail for 20 years. He was suffering from a heart condition. After 20 years of imprisonment in Evin prison, he was transferred to Zahedan central prison, about a week ago. He and eight others were arrested on charges of drug possession. Those eight people were executed. He was on death row for 20 years, until, Saturday that he passed away in Zahedan central prison, due to the lack of medical treatment.
NCRI - Iranian regime’s police force brutally suppressed gathered Samen-Hujaj depositors in front of various branches of this financial institution in Tehran on Saturday, June 18, 2017.
According to obtained video clips and reports, people were being beaten up with batons, kicks and punches. After that, the law enforcement officers were intimidating with patrol and inspection of people vehicles in different parts of Tehran.
NCRI - The number of injuries of protesting workers’ families have risen to 13 persons at a gold mine in North West Iran.
They were beaten up by Iranian regime's security forces. According to obtained reports, some of them have sought medical treatments in nearby cities, and some have privately gotten treatments in their homes due to fear of arrest by the security forces.
NCRI - Forced migration and demographic change policies that are being implemented by Assad’s regime, its paratroops and collaborators, is threatening national identity and social structure of Syria. The bureau of Legal studies of Syria from the Syrian National Coalition announced the above news.
NCRI - Mullah Makarem Shirazi, a Mullah close to Iranian Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei, in his remarks on Saturday emphasized democracy is for the West.
“We must not say the ruler is chosen by the people. Democracy (West) is something imposed on people out of no other choice, and this is actually not a popular state ruled by the people… the Imam (read supreme leader) is not to be chosen by the people, as the Imam is appointed through God’s ruling,” he said.
NCRI - New punishing measures adopted in the US Senate reflect the message of Washington to Tehran that the era of dialogue is over.
Sky News TV, 17 June 2017:
Following the imposition of new punishing measures by the US against Iran, the parliament of this country threatened to take retaliatory action against the laws of Congress. This is an escalating crisis threatening the diplomatic nuclear agreement reached a few years ago between Iran and the US.
NCRI - Iran regime’s Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei on Sunday emphasized the fact that his regime’s terrorist and criminal meddling in regional countries are aimed at preventing what he called war (uprisings) in Iran’s cities.
“If the shrine defender martyrs had not existed, today we would have to be fighting the sedition elements in Iran’s cities, as they intended to enter Iran through Iraq’s borders…,” he said in a visit with members of the families of such foot-soldiers killed in Iraq and Syria.