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Iran: Deaths mount as Mahsa Amini protests continue

By DW
30 September 2022   |   2:33 pm
Iranians have defied crackdowns and showed up for protests in cities across the country, posing a serious challenge to the establishment. A human rights group has said 83 people have died over the course of protests.

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