Hananeh Kian, a 23-year-old woman, was shot and killed yesterday during the Iranian protests.
The deceased is only one of the innumerable victims of Iran’s struggle for democracy, human rights, and freedom.
Stechitegist Media stated that after Mahsa Amini, who had been detained by the morality police, died, protests broke out in Iran.
Amini’s native Kurdistan province in the nation’s north was the scene of the first demonstrations over the weekend, but they have now spread throughout the entire nation.
Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, director of Iran Human Rights (IHR), stated in a statement that a crackdown on protestors by Iranian security forces had resulted in the deaths of at least 31 citizens.
Hengaw, a Kurdish rights organization, earlier reported that 15 people, including eight on Wednesday night, had been killed in Kurdistan Province and other Kurdish-populated areas of northern Iran.
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