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Amnesty Says Over 200 Killed in Iran’s Crackdown Against Nov. Protests

HeadlineDec 03, 2019

In Iran, Amnesty International says at least 208 people were killed in Iran’s brutal crackdown on nationwide protests last month — but that the true death toll is likely much higher. The protests erupted after a massive increase in fuel prices. Iran sought to suppress information about the deadly crackdown by imposing a near-complete internet shutdown across Iran.

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