Iran: At least 23 children killed in protests, UN says
LONDON (Reuters) – At least 23 children have been killed in Iran during protests over the death of a young woman, Mahsa Amini, at the hands of deputy police in Tehran on September 16, a spokesman for the office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Education said on Tuesday human rights. These deaths were due to live ammunition or lead shots and beatings, he said during a news conference. The UN adds that children have been arrested in schools and some have been sent to centers to receive “psychological treatment”.
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