September 1, 2011
Amnesty International Welcomes Release of 70 Prisoners in Iran; Calls for Release of All Iranian Prisoners of Conscience
Amnesty International welcomes the reported release of some 70 prisoners of conscience and political prisoners, convicted of vaguely worded “security related” charges.
August 21, 2011
Two US citizens accused of "espionage" and "illegal entry" have been sentenced to eight years in prison by a Tehran court.
August 1, 2011
Majid Movahedi was officially pardoned in exchange for compensation hours before he was due to be blinded by acid in a Tehran hospital.
July 29, 2011
Amnesty International Again Demands that Iran Release Americans Jailed for Two Years Case of Two American Hikers Due to be Heard Again on Sunday
Amnesty International today repeated its demand that Iran release two Americans held for the past two years apparently for political reasons. On Sunday, two years to the day after their arrests, a...