Iranian court hands out death sentences to protesters, with thousands more awaiting trial

An Iranian court has sentenced an anti-government protester to death for setting fire to a government building during protests over the alleged police killing of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini. The killing in September set off the longest major demonstrations against Iran’s current regime. An estimated 14,000 protestors are awaiting trial.

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