Last week in the Zamir region (Isfahan province, Iran), during clashes with protesters, a Basij police officer, Mohsen Razai, was killed, Iranian media reported.

At the end of October, the Iranian authorities announced the suppression of protests and the beginning of public trials for 1,000 people who took part in opposition demonstrations. However, the protests continue.

More than three months ago, mass protests began in Iran, the reason for which was the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini from Iranian Kurdistan, who ended up in a vice police cell for wearing the hijab “incorrectly”. According to Iranian human rights organizations, in clashes with police during protests that began in mid-September, about 500 people were killed and hundreds were injured. Dozens of minors died among them. Tens of thousands of demonstrators were detained. Women played a significant role in the demonstrations, protesting against the restrictions imposed on them by the regime.

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