Publicado: Jue, Diciembre 05, 2019
Global | Por Milagro Delgado

Iran unrest kills at least 208

Iran unrest kills at least 208

However, Esmaili - like every other Iranian official since the crackdown - offered no evidence to support his claim, nor did he give any information on casualties. In recent days, however, access has been restored and glimpses of the government's brutality have surfaced.

Mansoureh Mills, an Iran researcher at Amnesty, said there was a "general environment of fear inside of Iran at the moment".

The unrest, which began on November 15 after the government abruptly raised fuel prices by as much as 300 percent, spread to more than 100 Iranian cities and towns and turned political as young and working-class protesters demanded the clerical leaders step down.

Anger over economic stagnation and reputed graft within the clerical and security hierarchies has been building since previous year when Trump pulled the United States out of world powers' 2015 nuclear deal with Iran, calling it defective, and reimposed sanctions that have further crippled Iran's oil-based economy. That decision has seen Iran begin to break limits of the deal, as well as a series of attacks across the Mideast that America has blamed on Tehran.

In reaction to Washington's "maximum pressure", Iran has gradually scaled back its nuclear commitments and has warned of further distancing from the pact if the European powers fail to shield Tehran's economy from the USA penalties. The human rights organization estimated Monday that at least 208 protesters had been killed in 21 cities, citing "credible reports". Shahriar has seen heavy protests.

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Amnesty offered no breakdown for the deaths elsewhere in the country, though it said "the real figure is likely to be higher". "Families have been forced to bury their loved ones at night under heavy security presence".

Authorities have also been visiting hospitals, looking for patients with gunshot wounds or other injuries from the unrest, the group said, with people showing suspicious wounds immediately detained.

Philip Luther, Amnesty's research and advocacy head for the Middle East, called the number of deaths "evidence that Iran's security forces went on a horrific killing spree", and called on the worldwide community to ensure those responsible are held accountable.

"What they've done was not right but. we must not be strict with these people", he said. If you don't get the confirmation within 10 minutes, please check your spam folder. That's the equivalent of 12 cents a liter, or about 50 cents a gallon. After a monthly 60-litre qota, it costs 55p a litre. That's almost 24 cents a litre or 90 cents a gallon. An average gallon of regular gas in the USA costs $2.58 by comparison, according to AAA. Gasoline there remains among the cheapest in the world, in part to help keep costs low for its underemployed, who often drive taxis to make ends meet.

"The faster these cases are considered, the better and those who are suspected of being close to any group should be dealt with in a way that is closer to Islamic mercy", Khamenei said, according to IRNA.

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