NCRI - The Iranian Regime has begun to mass produce a new weaponised drone that carries so-called smart bombs, which are capable of precision strikes, according to the Islamic Republic's military leaders at an unveiling ceremony in Tehran on Monday.
Workers of Chukka Factory in Talesh, Northern of Iran
Iran Uprising - No. 74
The oppressed people of Iran, especially the workers and the toilers, who are struggling with poverty, depression and growing problems day by day, continue to strike, demonstrate and protest against criminal and predatory rulers. Some of the protests on Monday February 5 are as follows:
Iran protesters killed under torture
NCRI - Iran Human Rights Monitor has compiled a report detailing the human rights situation in Iran for the month of January 2018.
Last month, there was a huge crackdown on protesters. At the end of December, the people of Iran took to the streets because of the poor economic situation that is caused by the regime’s mishandling of the nation’s wealth. The protests quickly turned into anti-government demonstrations. The security forces violently supressed the protesters and there were at least 50 deaths. The report also indicates that more than 8,000 protesters were arrested.
NCRI - The leaders in the Iranian Regime are becomingly increasingly concerned over Donald Trump’s push to amend or cancel the 2015 nuclear deal, formally known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA).
At the same time, the Regime is being forced to confront their legitimate anger of their people who are taking to the streets in a nationwide uprising and calling for regime change.
operators of high-power stations gathered in front of the Ministry of Energy
Iran Uprising -No. 73
On Sunday, February 4, various cities in the country were the scene of popular protests, especially by workers and toilers.
Embassy of Iran regime in Tirana, Albania
Following the mullahs’ regime efforts against the PMOI in Albania, and deployment of intelligence and Quds Force agents to this country, the Ministry of Intelligence (MOIS) appointed Mostafa Roodaki, a veteran agent of MOIS, as the first secretary of the regime's embassy in Albania.