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Businessman Ordered To Cover Up Giant Swastika At Bottom of Swimming Pool
Police Smash Up Drugs Ring With Secret Stash Hidden In Lettuce
NAPOLEON BONY PARTS
Experts Clear Up Mystery Of Mass Grave
THE TWEET LIFE
Birdsong Can Boost Mental Health, Says Study
Indonesian Couple Has Internet In Stitches With DIY Knock Off Lambo
20,000 Evacuated After Massive 1100-Lb WWII Bomb Discovered
'Human Satan' Turns Hand Into A Claw In DIY Op
Shocked Mum Finds Cannabis Gummies In Son's Trick Or Treat Sweets
Security Guard On Trial For Stealing Basketball Star Dennis Schroeder's GBP 53k Watch
KNIGHT ON THE TILES
Graffiti drawn by a knight from the Middle Ages has been discovered more than 500 years later in King David's Tomb in Jerusalem.
German Customs Cops Fine Brit Trucker Over Unpaid Brexit Tax On Excavator
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Iran has refused to reveal what has happened to the sister of a wrestler who was controversially executed in 2020…
A journalist and political prisoner has claimed that she is being tortured in the infamous Evin prison in Tehran. Vida Rabbani has reportedly claimed in a phone call to her lawyer that she is being brutally beaten by guards in Evin Prison in the Iranian capital after she was arrested…
French media organisations have demanded that Iran release a journalist who was arrested while covering the protests gripping the country. Vahid Shamsoddinnezhad, 30, is an Iranian journalist who graduated from the journalism school in Lille (Ecole Superieure de Journalisme; ESJ Lille) in northern France, and who was arrested in Saqqez,…
A journalist who exposed corruption in the Iranian government has been buried at a secret location after his body was snatched by security forces, it has emerged. Reza Haghighatnejad, 45, fled Iran in 2008 but continued to report on the regime from outside Iran, according to local media. Reza Haghighatnejad,…
Charges Against Two Women Reporters Means Media Forbidden To Do Their Job In Iran, Claims Journo Union
These are the two women journalists arrested a week apart and accused by Iranian officials of creating a fake news campaign around the death of Mahsa Amini. Nilufar Hamidi, a journalist for Sharq newspaper and website, was one of the first on the scene after news of Mahsa Amini’s transfer…