Amnesty International 4 Dec 2018: By concealing the fate and whereabouts of thousands of political dissidents who were forcibly disappeared and secretly executed in prison 30 years ago, Iranian authorities are continuing to commit crimes against humanity, said Amnesty International in a damning report published today.

The report Blood-soaked secrets:

Why Iran's 1988 prison massacres are ongoing crimes against humanity calls on the UN to set up an independent investigation into the mass enforced disappearances and extrajudicial killings which have gone unpunished for three decades.

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On Saturday, November 24, the hardworking Ahvaz Steelworkers rallied gathered in front of the regime's governorate.

The police, with the onslaught on the workers and beating them, sought to prevent the protests, but the workers, supported by a large number of young people in the city, forced the repressive forces to retreat.

At the same time, Haft Tappeh sugar cane workers continued their strike for the twentieth day by gathering in front of the regime's governorate in the city of Shush. Workers chanted: 'Even if we die, we will get our rights', 'The worker dies, he does not accept humiliation'.

Furthermore, it was written on workers' handwritten banners: 'Imprisoned workers must be freed!'

Associated Press— A U.N. committee on human rights approved a resolution Thursday urging Iran to stop its widespread use of arbitrary detention and expressing serious concern at its “alarmingly high” use of the death penalty.

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