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23rd Annual Report of Republic in Iran

The first flows of Iranian gas started moving through a pipeline to Turkey on 10 December, bringing a possible end to a controversy that has lasted for over five years.
Islamic regime has wasted much of its gas in flaring, or open burning, while it pumped as much as one-third of its production back into the ground to pressurize declining oil fields.
Islamic regime closes more than 50 newspapers. Abbas-Ali Alizadeh, head of the Islamic judiciary administration in the capital, Tehran, said the closures were a service to the nation."
About 60 people, many of them with strong connections to the Islamic revolution of 1979, were arrested in two roundups. Mohammad Tavasoli who opposed the shah and served as mayor of Tehran after the 1979 Islamic revolution is religious and supports the Islamic "Constitution", which mandates a leadership role for Ali Khamenei and other clerics.
But he has spent the last eight months in prison, including 160 days in solitary confinement. His trial, which began earlier this month, is being conducted in a Revolutionary Court behind closed doors.
A special court found Abdullah Ramazanzadeh, the secretary to the Islamic terrorist "cabinet" and a former governor general for the Kurdish area, guilty for "spreading lies" against the conservative Guardian Council. He was sentenced to six months in jail.
Nine people accused of theft and illicit sexual relationships were publicly flogged in religiouse city of Qom. It said they received between 74 and 100 lashes after being "condemned for theft and illicit sexual relationships with married and unmarried women".
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