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Iran upholds 16-year sentence for anti-death penalty campaigner Narges Mohammadi

An Iranian appeals court Wednesday upheld a 16-year prison sentence for a prominent Iranian human rights advocate. Narges Mohammadi had been sentenced in May on charges of violating national security and acting against the Islamic regime through her support of an anti-death penalty campaign. As...
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