Tehran: Two people were killed during a protest against the death of a woman in police custody in Iran, while women took off their hijab and raised slogans against the government.
The foreign news agency, citing the human rights group Henga, said that 15 people were injured in the protest, who were taken to the hospital, among whom Fawad Qadebi and Mohsin Mohammadi died.
On the other hand, White A spokesman for the House Security Council says that the United States wants (Iran) to be held accountable for the woman’s death. Mehsa Amini was arrested by the police for not wearing the hijab properly. It was reported that she went into a coma while in police custody, while she had died 2 days ago.
According to Tasnim News Agency, demonstrations were also held in Tehran, the capital of Iran, while protests also took place in the city of Mashhad. Meanwhile, some women also removed their hijabs, on which the police used tear gas and baton-charged and arrested several protesters.