Translation by Sen’s daily
On October 12 a court in Gorgan, in Iran’s Golestan Province, held the sixth in a series of trials of the Baha’is who were arrested in the Province in October, 2012, and later released on bail. The accused at this trial were Mitra Nouri and Shiva Rouhani, both from Gorgan city, and Navid Moalemi from Gonbad-e Qabus. They were charged with “propaganda against the regime.” There was no Prosecutor present, and the defendants were summoned orally. In September this year the court tried Soudabeh Mehdinezhad, Roufiaa Pakzadan, who was also reported to have been tried on July 3, and Nazi Tahghighi.
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