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Polling institute chief jailed

first_img October 4, 2002 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Polling institute chief jailed News Follow the news on Iran Iran: Press freedom violations recounted in real time January 2020 After Hengameh Shahidi’s pardon, RSF asks Supreme Leader to free all imprisoned journalists Call for Iranian New Year pardons for Iran’s 21 imprisoned journalists News RSF_en IranMiddle East – North Africa News March 18, 2021 Find out more to go further News Reporters Without Borders protested today against the summoning by Iran’s conservative judiciary of the managing editor of the government-controlled news agency IRNA, Abdollah Nasseri, for having reported an opinion poll that showed Iranians wanted talks with the United States to resume. “Iran-US relations are a key issue in Iranian politics and censoring any mention of them is very serious,” said Reporters Without Borders secretary-general Robert Ménard in a letter to Ayatollah Mahmoud Sharoudi, the head of the judiciary, asking for the 30 September summons of Nasseri to be dropped, along with those of other journalists. Reporters Without Borders protested at the end of May against a ban on publishing articles discussing Iran-US relations. IRNA reported on 22 September that a public opinion poll showed that 74.7% of Iranians wanted talks with the US to resume. The news appeared the day after the Guide of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had made an especially harsh attack on the United States.Three days later, the conservative daily Kayhan claimed the poll had been falsified. IRNA also sent a note to its clients killing the report, saying it had been put out in error. On 2 October, the country’s reformist-led parliament called on Sharoudi to drop the summons of Nasseri and expressed concern about the summons of Behrouz Geranpayeh, head of one of the three public opinion firms that published the results and that was closed as a result. The two men were reportedly accused of having “published lies to excite public opinion.”At the end of May, media discussion of Iran-US relations was banned after the main reformist daily, Nowrooz, suggested that top-level informal contacts between Iranian and US officials had recently taken place in Nicosia or Ankara. The issue of US-Iran relations has split the Iranian regime, against a background of the US fight against terrorism in the region, and the judiciary said on 25 May that raising the issue would be an “offence” and “against national interests.”Reporters Without Borders notes that 10 journalists are imprisoned in Iran, serving sentences of between three and 11 years. Help by sharing this information The head of the National Institute of Public Opinion, Behrouz Geranpayeh, was sent to prison on 16 October immediately after being interrogated by a Teheran court which accused him of spreading lies and fabricating official names, according to his lawyer. The government-run Institute was shut down earlier this month after publication of its poll showing 74.7% of Iranians wanted a resumption of relations with the United States. The head of the official news agency IRNA, which published the poll results, was also summoned by the country’s conservative-dominated judiciary.__________30.09.02 – Head of official news agency summoned for reporting survey results Organisation Receive email alerts IranMiddle East – North Africa June 9, 2021 Find out more February 25, 2021 Find out morelast_img read more

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Calm De Villiers guides Proteas to win over New Zealand

first_img(REUTERS)-South Africa captain AB de Villiers calmly guided his side to a tense four-wicket victory over New Zealand with one ball to spare in a rain-affected first one-day international in Hamilton yesterday.De Villiers scored 37 not out and ensured number eight batsman Andile Phehlukwayo (29) kept a cool head as the pair put on 54 to reach their 208-run victory target and earn a 1-0 lead in the five-match series.The visitors, who had looked to be cruising to victory at 117-1 with 14 overs remaining courtesy of Quinton de Kock’s 69, lost four wickets in 14 balls to slump to 126-5 before Chris Morris helped his captain in a 30-run partnership.South Africa needed 22 runs from the final two overs and scored 10 from Trent Boult in the penultimate one which included a six from Phehlukwayo, who repeated the feat against Tim Southee in the final over.De Villiers belted Southee for four off the penultimate ball to clinch the victory.New Zealand made 207-7 after heavy rain over the past three days had forced a delay of more than three hours and reduced the match to 34-overs-a-side.“It was really tough out there,” De Villiers said. “The wicket turned so much in the evening. I thought it would skid on and get a bit flatter.“From past experience this becomes a good batting track in the evening and this was far from it.“I’ve never seen a wicket turn so much in my life.”New Zealand struggled for much of their innings particularly up front against tight bowling from Morris, who took the first four wickets as the hosts slumped to 82-4 in the 16th over.But Morris, who had figures of 4-24 from his first five overs, was then taken apart by Colin de Grandhomme (34 not out) and Southee (24 not out) in his final two.De Grandhomme and Southee blasted 51 runs from 23 balls, including smashing 38 runs from Morris’s final 12 deliveries to blow out his figures to 4-62 from seven overs.Bit of a shame really. We got ourselves into a good position but credit to South Africa, they adapted really well,” said New Zealand captain Kane Williamson, who top-scored for his side with 59.“We weren’t perfect with the bat but we felt that 5-1/2 a half an over would be tough to get on that surface and we had enough to make life difficult.”The second match is in Christchurch on Wednesday.NEW ZEALAND InningsD. Brownlie c Behardien b Morris 31T. Latham lbw b Morris 0K. Williamson b Shamsi 59R. Taylor c&b Morris 1N. Broom c Behardien b Morris 2J. Neesham c de Kock b Rabada 29M. Santner c de Kock b Rabada 17C. de Grandhomme not out 34T. Southee not out 24Extras (b-1 w-9) 10Total (for 7 wickets, 34 overs) 207Fall of wickets: 1-19 T. Latham,2-69 D. Brownlie,3-72 R. Taylor,4-82 N. Broom,5-108 K. Williamson,6-136 M. Santner,7-156 J. NeeshamDid not bat: I. Sodhi, T. BoultBowling: K. Rabada 7 – 1 – 31 – 2(w-3),C. Morris 7 – 0 – 62 – 4(w-1),A. Phehlukwayo 5 – 0 – 28 – 0(w-1),I. Tahir 7 – 0 – 42 – 0,T. Shamsi 7 – 1 – 39 – 1,J. Duminy 1 – 0 – 4 – 0SOUTH AFRICA Innings (D/L Target: 208 off 34)Q. de Kock c Taylor b Boult 69H. Amla c&b Williamson 35F. du Plessis lbw b Sodhi 14A. de Villiers not out 37J. Duminy c&b Southee 1F. Behardien b Southee 0C. Morris c Boult b Santner 16A. Phehlukwayo not out 29Extras (b-2 lb-3 w-4) 9Total (for 6 wickets, 33.5 overs) 210Fall of wickets: 1-88 H. Amla,2-117 F. du Plessis,3-125 Q. de Kock,4-126 J. Duminy,5-126 F. Behardien,6-156 C. MorrisDid not bat: T. Shamsi, K. Rabada, I. TahirBowling: M. Santner 7 – 0 – 33 – 1, T. Boult 7 – 0 – 45 – 1,T. Southee 6.5 – 0 – 47 – 2(w-2),C. de Grandhomme 4 – 0 – 27 – 0,I. Sodhi 7 – 0 – 36 – 1, K. Williamson 2 – 0 – 17 – 1(w-1).last_img read more

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