Wednesday, February 21, 2024

Topic: Mahsa Amini

Iran “pardons” 22,000 people arrested over protests against killing of Mahsa Amini

Iranian judicial authorities have pardoned 22,000 people who took part in anti-government protests, judiciary chief Gholamhossein Mohseni Ejei said on Monday.

Poisoning of schoolgirls piles more pressure on Iran

Afshin Shahi, Keele University The Iran government has announced several arrests concerning the reported poisoning of more than 7,000 schoolgirls in more than 100 schools...

Iran executes two more protesters amid ongoing crackdown

Iran government on Saturday said it executed two men after finding them guilty of killing a member of the Iranian Revolutionary Guard's volunteer Basij...

Football body ‘sickened’ by Iranian footballer death sentence reports

The international football players’ union FIFPRO has said that it is “sickened” by reports that Iranian footballer Amir Nasr-Azadani has been sentenced to execution. “FIFPRO...

“Support Mahsa Amini while donning hijab”: India’s pro-hijab activists on Iran protest

“I can stand in support of Mahsa Amini even while donning a hijab.” 

Iranian woman journalist, who broke news of Mahsa Amini’s death, is in jail now

Niloofar Hamedi, an Iranian journalist who broke the news of the custodial death of Mahsa Amini, is in jail now.