Iran Issues Second Death Sentence In Three Days Over Protests

A court in Iran has handed a death sentence -- its second in three days -- to a protester arrested during demonstrations sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini in September while she was being detained for allegedly improperly wearing a head scarf. "A revolutionary court sentenced to death another defendant accused of terrorizing people in the street using a bladed weapon, setting fire to the motorcycle of a citizen, and attacking a person with a knife," the judiciary's Mizan Online website reported late on November 15. To read the original story from RFE/RL's Radio Farda, click here.