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‘No going back’: Iran Protests Now 100 Days In

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Protests began in Iran's Kurdish region and spread across the country. (Shutterstock Illustration)
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The longest running anti-regime protest in Iran’s history has now hit 100 days. Although there have been protests in the country before, this one is unique. This time, women are taking a lead role under the slogan “Woman, Life, Freedom.”

Iranian celebrities have supported the protests. in some cases leading to their arrest or exile. People from all over the world have shown support.

The protests haven’t come without a cost, as more than 500 protesters, including 69 children, have been killed according to the Human Rights Activists News Agency (HRANA).

Read more on BBC.com.