Serhat TUNAR -TDO- A statement by Amnesty International said 143 people were killed in protests that began across Iran due to a gasoline hike. The statement also asked the international public to condemn the Iranian state's excessive use of force that has led to casualties.
The statement said that almost all of those killed were killed by firearms, and that one person was affected by tear gas and one person died on impact.
The death toll is higher, the statement said, adding that investigations and investigations are continuing in this direction.
Iranian authorities did not give the demonstrators ' bodies to their families, and they were removed from the morgue by security forces and taken to an unknown location, according to prepared reports.