IRAN RELEASES DETAINED STADIUM BAN PROTESTERS AS HARDLINERS CHEER ON DISCRIMINATORY POLICY

Four women arrested by agents of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) on August 17, 2019, for trying to enter Azadi Stadium in Tehran to watch a men's soccer game were released on bail from Gharchak Prison, south of the capital, two days later. -CHRI

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