Cities in western Iran went on strike on Wednesday in solidarity with mourners marking 40 days since security forces killed dozens in a crackdown on protests in the country’s strife-torn southeast, a rights group said. Photo: EPA-EFE
Cities in western Iran went on strike on Wednesday in solidarity with mourners marking 40 days since security forces killed dozens in a crackdown on protests in the country’s strife-torn southeast, a rights group said. Photo: EPA-EFE
Middle East

Iran cities strike in solidarity with ‘Bloody Friday’ dead over Mahsa Amini protests

  • Cities in western Iran went on strike on Wednesday in solidarity with mourners marking 40 days since security forces killed dozens in a crackdown on protests in the southeast
  • The crackdown had occurred two weeks after demonstrations broke out across Iran over the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini

Cities in western Iran went on strike on Wednesday in solidarity with mourners marking 40 days since security forces killed dozens in a crackdown on protests in the country’s strife-torn southeast, a rights group said. Photo: EPA-EFE
Cities in western Iran went on strike on Wednesday in solidarity with mourners marking 40 days since security forces killed dozens in a crackdown on protests in the country’s strife-torn southeast, a rights group said. Photo: EPA-EFE
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