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Iran protests leave ‘over 100 dead,’ Amnesty says

By DW
23 November 2019   |   11:21 am
Human rights watchdog Amnesty International said Iranian security forces have killed at least 106 protesters during ongoing unrest over a fuel price hike. But the real death toll could be much higher.

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