According to UN rights chief Turk, Iran is experiencing a serious human rights crisis.

Iranian authorities in a full-fledged human rights crisis as a result of the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman who was detained by the morality police in September for not wearing her hijab properly . At least 21 of the protesters facing the death penalty and six have already received death sentences .

Tehran, November 25, 2018, (Iran): According to CNN, authorities in Iran are in a full-fledged human rights crisis as a result of the death of Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish-Iranian woman who was detained by the morality police in September for not wearing her hijab properly.Turk told the 47-member states council in Geneva that authorities have used lethal force against demonstrators, including boys.According to Turk, the unprecedented national revolt has seized control of over 150 cities and 140 universities in all 31 provinces of Iran, with at least 21 of them facing the death penalty and six have already received death sentences.According to Turk, injured protesters are afraid of going to the hospital for fear of being arrested by security forces; hundreds of university students have been summoned for questioning, threatened, or suspended in part from entering university campuses, according to the UN rights official.According to CNN, Tehran's deputy vice president for women and family affairs, Khadijeh Karimi, who represented Iran at the UN Human Rights Council on Thursday, vehemently condemned Germany's failure to convene a special session on Iran, citing its violent response towards protesters as a ridiculous stunt she said.

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