Iran police shoot at mourners marking Amini’s death: reports – DW – 10

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Security forces in Iran have reportedly started shooting at mourners who gathered at a cemetery. Demonstrators made their way to the grave in the city of Saqez in Kurdistan province on foot, after Iranian security forces blocked the routes leading to the city. The semi-official ISNA news agency characterised the crackdown as clashes between security forces and protesters, adding that the internet had been cut. Activists said on social media that protests around Tehran's medical school on Wednesday turned violent, when security forces used tear gas to disperse protesters. At least 141 demonstrators have been killed in the protests gripping Iran since Amini's death on September 16, as per local rights groups.
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