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Iran: Rate of suicide rising in response to poverty and pressure from the regime

By INU Staff
INU - Laveh Ahmadi-nia, a Kurd from the city of Sanandaj was a street vendor when he was arrested by municipal officers and his goods were confiscated. After he was released from prison, the authorities refused to return his belongings, thereby depriving him of his livelihood. As a result, he set himself on fire on May 13 near Mother Square, in front of the local office of the regime’s Industry and Mine Department in Sanandaj. He is now in hospital in critical condition.

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