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The Truth About an Alarming Rumor of Mass Executions in Iran—and What’s Really Happening Now

  The Truth About an Alarming Rumor of Mass Executions in Iran—and What’s Really Happening Now The government may not be able to afford to execute protestors.The prime minister deleted that tweet after many fact checkers flagged it as false. But what is happening in Iran now? Information right now is scarce because access to the internet in Iran has been severely restricted, and the government has actively spread false stories. But human rights lawyer Hossein Raeesi, who practiced law in Iran for two decades before he fled, has been able to keep a close eye on the events as they unfold through secret communications with people on the ground, some of whom have been arrested for protesting.

Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Greens). Before the departure to Geneva for the Iran special meeting of the Council on Thursday, Baerbock said in Berlin: "Today, members of the Human Rights Council can show the wrong protest against the injustice, the blows and the shots with which the Iranian regime wants to destroy peaceful protest." condemned brutal violence and state arbitrariness, whose victims of Iranians have been for two months.

Bundesaußenministerin Annalena Baerbock (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) beim UN-Klimagipfel COP27 in Scharm El Scheich. Christophe Gateau/dpa © Christophe Gateau/dpa Federal Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock (Bündnis 90/Die Grünen) at the UN climate summit Cop27 in Sharm El Scheich. Christophe Gateau /dpa Germany and Iceland want an end to violence in Iran

The special session came about at the request of Germany and Iceland and is supported by around 50 other countries. They ask for an end to violence and ask the government in Tehran, the right of People respect peaceful expression. They want to enforce a formal examination of the situation by independent experts. They should also collect evidence so that those responsible can be held accountable one day.

Iran defends itself against all allegations. The 47 member countries of the Council wanted to vote on the resolution on Thursday afternoon. “Our message is: We don't just look. We go where we can do something for the rights of the Iranians with our voice, ”said Baerbock. in Mexico - woman climbs world miracle and is mercilessly booed

Iranians face retribution after World Cup loss against USA, experts say .
Iran’s national soccer team faces retribution in the Islamic Republic after coming up short in Tuesday’s showdown against the United States, experts told The Post. Mike Baker, a former CIA covert operations officer, said the Iranian players are stuck in an “untenable position” after their much-hyped match against the United States, which defeated Iran 1-0 to advance to the knockout round of 16. “Given what we’ve seen from the Iranian regime … they’ve shown themselves to be brutal and there’s no reason to believe they’re going to suddenly become rational,” Baker said.

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