Nearly 54% of households experienced hardships due to food shortages and adopted food consumption-based coping strategies, the UN says.
Wagner Group mercenaries have taken part in looting, killings and rape. The group's founder, Yevgeny Prigozhin, describes them as 'patriots'.
The ongoing nationwide protests are unprecedented in Iran, as women's personal freedom is at their root, and continues to headline the demonstrations.
While security personnel score successes against ISIS in al-Hol, officials continue to state that repatriation is the only real solution to the camp's problems.
The regime has deployed thousands of security forces on streets across the country to halt the most widespread protests since November 2019.
A new report provides the most thorough study yet of the structure of the regime's notorious Saydnaya prison, where thousands have died.
Beijing has committed 'serious human rights violations' and 'crimes against humanity' in its arbitrary detention of Uighurs and members of other Muslim minority groups, the UN found.
As the IRGC scoops up Oil Ministry contracts, oil and gas sector workers toil for low wages in difficult conditions, including sweltering heat.
About half a million people have been detained in regime prisons since 2011, with thousands dying under torture or from poor conditions.
'It's virtually impossible for governments to hide their abuses,' said outgoing HRW leader Kenneth Roth, pointing out China's repression of Muslims and Russia's invasion of Ukraine.