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Iran Focus

London, 19 Sep - Donald Trump has certified Iran as compliant with the 2015 nuclear agreement twice since taking office, despite clear evidence to the contrary and a well-documented disdain for the deal.

However, this may all be about to change when the new US policy on Iran is announced; a policy expected to be much tougher on the Iranian Regime, their ballistic and nuclear weapons programmes, and their many other transgressions.

Many speculate that this policy change will be announced at the end of September, just in time for the quarterly review of the nuclear deal, which is due in October.

Iran Focus

London, 19 Sep - If Donald Trump truly wants to target the Iranian Regime, he should aim for their sore spot-their human rights record- according to one journalist.

Peyvand Khorsandi wrote an op-ed for The Independent, entitled “This is what Trump should do about Iran at his first UN General Assembly meeting”, in which he explained that Iran’s long history of human rights abuses is their Achilles heel and by targeting that, he can help bring the Regime to its knees.

There is just over a month until Trump must decide whether Iran is compliant with the nuclear deal (hint: it’s not) and he has still not revealed the US policy on Iran, despite many rumours about the contents.

Iran Focus

London, 18 Sep - Nearly 250 have died and over 3,200 have been injured in car crashes because of unsafe roads in Iran in just five days, according to state-run media.

Nearly 17,000 people in Iran are killed and 300,000 injured every year on Iran’s roads due to a combination of unsafe roads, non-standard cars, careless driving or illegal driving, according to the Traffic Police Chief.

While the World Health Organization notes that traffic-related fatalities are the leading cause of death in Iran, with road accidents happening at nearly twenty times the world average.

By Pooya Stone

The United Nations General Assembly will gather later this week. In attendance will be President Hassan Rouhani of Iran.

Iran has been criticised countless times for its very poor human rights records. The Islamic Republic is one of the worst countries for human rights and the people are brutally suppressed by the torturous mullah regime that runs the country.

Many human rights organisations have slammed Iran for its executions and the poor treatment of the people, however the Iranian government dismisses any criticism as a conspiracy by the West to discredit the country.

Human rights violations are not a new development – it has been going on for decades, and the people of Iran are increasingly calling for justice for victims.

Iran Focus

London, 17 Sep - On the 52nd anniversary of its foundation on September 6, 2017, the Iranian Resistance’s central force, the People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) elected a new Secretary General.

The People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) is a robust movement, which its central council consists of thousands of women. In Iran, Albania, France, Germany, London and Sweden.

The annual congress of the PMOI/MEK was presided by former Secretary General Zohreh Akhyani who served six years in this position in the most complex conditions as the organization was being transferred from Ashraf to Liberty, Iraq, and from there to Albania.

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