The Franco-Israeli Hacker Ulcan sentenced to two and a half years in prison
© provided by Liberation Grégory Chelli, Alias Ulcan, in a report of France 2, distributed on September 25, 2014. It was not "POINTS" But of "behaviors of extreme violence" , had insisted the prosecutor during his indictment. The Hacker Franco-Israeli Grégory Chelli, Alias Ulcan , was sentenced on Tuesday to two and a half years of prison by the Criminal Court of Paris, which also delivered an arrest warrant against him.
The researcher would have violated his residential assignment, according to the Iranian authorities. © Thomas arrives / Sciences Po / AFP Fariba Adelkhah, in 2012. (Archives)
The Franco-Iranian researcher Fariba Adelkhah , retained since 2019 in Iran , was reincarced in Tehran for breaking the rules of his Assignment at residence, announced this Sunday Iranian justice.
"Unfortunately, Ms. Adelkhah has deliberately violated the tens of times the limits set at his
residential assignment , and therefore, she was referred to prison," said the Deputy Chief of the Judiciary, Kazem Gharibabadi, cited by Mizan, the Iranian Justice Information Agency. arrested in 2019
Malicious calls: the Franco-Israeli hacker Ulcan sentenced to two and a half years of prison
© Getty Images / iStockphoto Grégory Chelli of its real name, 39, has been sentenced in four files for malicious calls, death threats and slanderous denunciations between 2014 and 2016. picture of illustration. The Franco-Israeli Hacker Ulcan was sentenced to two and a half years of imprisonment in several cases for malicious calls, death threats and slanderous denunciations.
Fariba Adelkhah, aged 62, was assigned to residence since October 2020 to
Tehran and had to wear an electronic bracelet, with limited displacements within a radius of 300 meters.
specialist in Shiism and Post-Revolutionary Iran at the Institute of Political Studies of Paris, she had been arrested in June 2019 and sentenced in May 2020 to five years in prison for violating national security, what his Nearly have always fallen.
Kazem Gharibabadi regretted that the researcher ignored "the repeated warnings of the judicial authorities". The French President Emmanuel, Macron, had described, on Thursday, the decision of the Iranian authorities of "totally arbitrary", claiming that "whole France" was "mobilized for [the] release" of the researcher.
Iran does not recognize dual nationality
of strong explosions heard in the west of Iran-reports
Iran-Explosions /: high explosions heard in western Iran-reports Dubai, January 16 (Reuters) - strong explosions were Heard Sunday in several cities in western Iran, reported press agencies and local media. The causes of these explosions are still unknown. The governor of the city of Asadabad, said a "terrible noise" had been heard, but that his origin was not established, reported the semi-official press agency.
the day before, the
French Ministry of Foreign Affairs had warned that its reincarceration "could only have negative consequences" on bilateral relations and "reduce trust" between the two country. Kazem Gharibabadi felt this Sunday that these statements were "unfounded" and denounced the interference of foreign countries in the Iranian judicial system.
"Ms. Adelkhah is a citizen of the Islamic Republic of Iran and strongly condemn the intervention of other countries in the judicial process," he said. Iran does not recognize dual nationality and treats those arrested as Iranian citizens. The deputy leader added that "he is very regrettable that the French authorities (...), despite their knowledge of the violations of Ms. Adelkhah, report without foundation, which is unacceptable."
His companion also arrested and released
several binational nationals and another French citizen, Benjamin Brière, are held in Iran. In recent years, the Islamic Republic has made several exchange of inmates with foreign countries. Fariba Adelkhah and his companion, Africanist Roland Marchal, who came to join her for a private visit, had been arrested on June 5, 2019 at Tehran Airport by the Guardians of the Revolution, Ideological Army of the Islamic Republic. Roland Marchal had been released on March 20, 2020 as part of an exchange of detainees between Tehran and Paris.
Ten years after the Carnage of Utøya, Anders Breivik asks for his release
© Stoyan Nenov Anders Breivik, here during his trial in August 2012. Reuters / Stoyan Nenov A case of consciousness. Ten years after killing 77 people in Norway, the right-right extremist Anders Behring Breivik pleads on Tuesday for his release, a request dedicated to failure but likely to serve as a political tribune in the chagrin of families victims.
Thursday in Paris, a hundred people had gathered to testify to their indignation and support for Fariba Adelkhah "Scientific Prisoner" in Iran. His relatives also expressed concerns about the physical health of the researcher.
François Pacquemant, Project Manager History and Strategic Reflection at
The French Development Agency (AFD) and member of the Fariba Support Committee, had concerned, in particular, of his health "weakened by the hunger strike. It made in December 2019 "and" uncertainties caused by the health situation ". fears related to COVID-19
its incarceration occurs only a few days after the death of the poet and dissident Iranian Baktash Abtin, who died in prison after having contracted the CVIV-19, according to the revelations of several rights organizations. Humans. These accuse Tehran to be responsible for this death.
This turnaround occurs while Iran and several countries (France, United Kingdom, Germany, Russia, China, the more indirectly the United States) have revived the talks to save the 2015 nuclear agreement at the end of November. Iranian, supposed to prevent Tehran from acquiring atomic weapon, what Tehran denies.
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Washington and Tehran are considering direct negotiations on nuclear .
© AFP U N Turning in the talks that drag in length to try to save the Iranian nuclear agreement? The Iran first considered Monday to negotiate directly with the United States, which immediately said to be ready for these "urgent" discussions. "Currently, Iran does not negotiate directly with the United States, but if during the negotiations, we arrive at a point where the conclusion of a good agreement with solid guarantees requires a certain level of discussions with the United States.