Are Iranian Journos at risk?
Media reports also mentioned that those two journos, who work for the UK-based Persian-language TV channel Iran International, have been warned of a possible risk to their lives.
Will Iran's judiciary rein in 'rioters'?
Just days after Iran's lawmakers urged country's courts to rein in the 'rioters', the judiciary has said that it will deal firmly with anyone who causes disruption or commits crimes. It referred to current nationwide protests. The Islamic republic has been rocked by protests after the custodial death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini.
How will Iran's courts deal with anti-government protesters?
(Dilara Senkaya/Reuters) Iran's courts will deal firmly with anyone who causes disruption or commits crimes during a wave of anti-government protests, the judiciary said on Tuesday, signalling that authorities intend to hand down harsh sentences to convicted demonstrators.
What's happening in Iran after Amini's death?
In the wake of Amini's death, there have been large-scale nationwide protests the likes of which Iran has not seen in decades. Female protesters have notably taken to burning their hijabs and cutting their hair in public in defiance of the rules imposed by Iran's Islamic government, under the leadership of Ayatollah Ali Khamenei.