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UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Volker Türk said the death toll from demonstrations in Iran is increasing, pointing to the deaths of two children at the end of the week as security forces tightened up to crack down on protests sparked by the death of a guard. For her part, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights called on Iran to release the detainees and drop charges against them, and also demanded the “immediate” abolition of the death penalty. The UN High Commissioner for Human Rights said more than 300 people, including more than forty children, have been killed since demonstrations denouncing the death of Mahsa Amini began on September 16. The Oslo-based Organization for Human Rights in Iran said 378 people were killed, including 47 children.

The commission called for the release of “all those detained in connection with the exercise of their rights, including the right to peaceful assembly, and for the charges against them” and also called on Iran to “immediately impose” a moratorium on the death penalty.

Six people, including two 16-year-old boys, were killed late last week, according to the High Commissioner for Human Rights.

The spokesman also stated that “demonstrators have been killed in 25 of the country’s 31 provinces, including more than 100 in Sistan and Balochistan,” noting that Iranian authorities have also confirmed the killing of a number of security officials since the protests began.

The number of victims is increasing. Human rights activists urge Iran to immediately release detainees

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