By Jubin Katiraie
Iran’s court of appeal condemned 18 civil right activists to prison. According to these sentences, 16 of these activist are each condemned to 91 days of suspended imprisonment for three years. Two other activists were sentenced to 91 days of imprisonment after they didn't object to the verdict. All of them were arrested in November 2015 for peacefully gathering in front of Tehran's Evin prison, and were charged with civil disobedience. They were released on parole.