Nytimes.com | By Farnaz Fassihi
Hundreds of minors have been detained for joining the demonstrations, and many others have died in the crackdown, according to Iranian lawyers and rights activists.
Turkish officials said the airstrikes were a counterterrorism operation against militants it accused of bombing Istanbul last week.
On the 40th day of Jina Mahsa AMINI's death in police custody, thousands of people attended a tribute ceremony in her hometown of Saqqez marking the end of the traditional mourning period.
Nytimes.com | By Cora Engelbrecht, Nilo Tabrizy and Ishaan Jhaveri
A New York Times analysis of witness testimony and videos reveals a bloody scene that unfolded last month in Zahedan during Friday Prayer, with mats as stretchers and bodies piled in cars.
Nytimes.com | The Editorial Board
Nationalinterest.org by Ala Riani Rezan Labady
Protests in the wake of Jina Mahsa Amini’s murder are not simply driven by compulsory hijab, but by the Islamic Republic’s decades of repression in Iranian Kurdistan.
Theguardian.com | Martin Chulov Middle East correspondent
At first, the killing of Mahsa Amini by the morality police triggered protests only among a minority – but anger with the regime soon spread
Washingtonpost.com | By Mustafa Salim
BAGHDAD — Iran carried out deadly cross-border attacks Wednesday in northern Iraq, targeting the headquarters of three Iranian Kurdish opposition parties who support the ongoing demonstrations inside Iran.
The death of a young Iranian Kurdish woman in police custody has set off an intense wave of protests over the past 10 days and ignited a fury in the country’s Kurdish minority community.
Nytimes.com | By Vivian Yee and Farnaz Fassihi
Women have been casting off their legally required head scarves, forming the primary image of the protests. But grievances against a repressive regime go far beyond the hijab.