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      ‘We’ve always had each other’: children of jailed Iranian activist on a family blighted by the regime

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · 5 days ago - 14:00

    Nobel peace prize-winner Narges Mohammadi languishes in prison in Tehran while her teenage twins Kiana and Ali, live with their father in political exile in France

    Last December, just an hour or so after she stood on the world stage to accept the Nobel peace prize for her mother , Iranian human rights activist Narges Mohammadi, 17-year-old Kiana Rahmani found herself staring at the outline of a cell taped on the floor of the Nobel Peace Center in Oslo.

    Part of an exhibition commemorating what the Nobel committee described as Mohammadi’s “fight to promote human rights and freedom for all”, the tape marked the dimensions of her mother’s isolation cell in the notorious Evin prison in Tehran. Roughly 2 metres by 3 metres, it was about the size of a car parking space.

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      Derrière le conflit Israël-Hamas, la vraie cyberguerre se joue avec l’Iran

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Thursday, 15 February - 17:14

    Dans un rapport sur les cyberattaques dans le cadre du conflit Israël-Hamas, les experts en cyber de Google mettent en avant les nombreuses opérations iraniennes contre Israël depuis le 7 octobre 2023.

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      ChatGPT : des hackers russes, chinois et nord-coréens se servent du chatbot IA, alerte Microsoft

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Thursday, 15 February - 04:30

    Microsoft et OpenAI, la maison mère de ChatGPT, révèlent que des hackers étatiques chinois, russes, nord-coréens et iraniens ont utilisés ChatGPT pour diverses opérations de phishing et renseignement.

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      North Korea and Iran using AI for hacking, Microsoft says

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 14 February - 19:52

    US tech giant says it has detected threats from foreign countries that used or attempted to exploit generative AI it had developed

    US adversaries – chiefly Iran and North Korea, and to a lesser extent Russia and China – are beginning to use generative artificial intelligence to mount or organize offensive cyber operations, Microsoft said on Wednesday.

    Microsoft said it detected and disrupted, in collaboration with business partner OpenAI, many threats that used or attempted to exploit AI technology they had developed.

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      Academics in US, UK and Australia collaborated on drone research with Iranian university close to regime

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 14 February - 14:00

    Exclusive: work by researchers from western universities and counterparts at Sharif University considered potentially ‘very dangerous’ by experts

    Academics in the UK, Australia and the US collaborated on research related to drone technology with an Iranian university that is under international financial sanctions and known for its close ties to the military, the Guardian can reveal.

    The collaborative research was described by one security expert as having direct military applications, while another called it potentially “very dangerous”. Iranian-made drones have been responsible for a number of deadly attacks in the Ukraine and Middle East conflicts, and their development is known to be a top priority for the government in Tehran.

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      Combien dépense la Russie pour acheter des drones en Iran ? Des hackers révèlent la somme

      news.movim.eu / Numerama · Wednesday, 14 February - 07:57

    Un groupe de hackers a dévoilé la base de données d'une société iranienne, impliquée dans des échanges avec la Russie. Les documents contiennent des contrats pour la fabrication et le transfert de drones entre Téhéran et Moscou.

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      Mahsa Amini’s uncle sentenced to five years in jail over Iran protests, rights groups say

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Wednesday, 14 February - 01:04

    Safa Aeli was charged with taking part in protests that erupted following death of 22-year-old after her arrest for allegedly flouting strict dress rules for women

    The uncle of Mahsa Amini, the young Iranian-Kurdish woman whose death in custody sparked months of protests , has been sentenced to more than five years in jail for his criticism of the government in 2022, rights groups have said.

    Safa Aeli, 30, was sentenced to five years and four months in prison by the revolutionary court in the family’s home town of Saqez in north-western Iran, the Norway-based Hengaw group and US-based Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA) said.

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      Houthis strike Iran-bound grain ship in first Red Sea attack in six days

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Tuesday, 13 February - 16:35

    Militants fired missiles at Greek-owned ship, says US military, in strike that raises questions over who Houthis are trying to target

    Iran-backed Houthi forces in Yemen have carried out their first attack in the Red Sea in six days, firing at an Iran-bound grain cargo ship, the US military has said, in a strike that raises questions about the group’s targeting.

    The lull in attacks on ships which the Houthis claim are linked to Israel has led to claims that US and UK strikes against the group have successfully neutralised its capabilities or that potential targets have been deterred from entering the Red Sea.

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      ‘It’s completely divided’: British Iranians torn over Middle East crisis

      news.movim.eu / TheGuardian · Sunday, 11 February - 10:30


    Escalation of conflict causing tensions within community and fears about war spreading to Iran

    Iranians living in the UK have described deep divisions in the community since the escalation of the conflict in the Middle East.

    The deadly attack by Hamas in Israel on 7 October and the subsequent bombardment of Gaza have led to tense conversations among British Iranians, they say.

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