Demonstrations continue in Iran against the death of Mahsa Amini, 8 journalists were killed

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Demonstrations continue in Iran against the death of Mahsa Amini, 8 journalists were killed



Protests against the death of a girl in custody are still ongoing in Iran.

According to a report in Irani, the authorities say that 8 journalists arrested in the crackdown against the protesters have been released.

On the other hand, according to the news agency from Tehran, there are reports of the arrest of more than 20 journalists in the crackdown.

Hundreds of protesters have also been arrested in the crackdown against the protesters. A thousand arrested people have been charged with spreading unrest.

According to the news agency, according to the human rights organization, 284 people have been killed in Iranian protests so far.

According to the news agency, Iranian authorities have also said that 36 security forces personnel were killed in the protests.

It should be noted that 22-year-old Mehsa Amini was arrested on September 13 for violating the law of wearing a headscarf in Iran.

The girl, who was in the custody of the Iranian police, died on September 16, allegedly due to a heart attack. Protests have been ongoing in Iran since September 17 against Mehsa Amini’s death in custody.



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