Iranian demonstrations over deaths in detention resulted in five deaths.

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Monday's protests over the murder of a lady in police custody resulted in five deaths in Iran's Kurdish area when security forces opened fire.

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After being detained by the morality police in Tehran last week, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old from Iran's Kurdistan province, went into a coma and later died away.

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For those reasons, causing protests to break out in several places, including the capital.

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In the Kurdish city of Saqez, where Amini was born, two people were killed when security forces opened fire on protesters.

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Approximately 2 million people mentioned #MahsaAmini on Twitter after the intense outcry over Amini's passing.

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According to the authorities, Amini became ill while waiting with other women being detained by the morality police.

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But Amini's father on numerous occasions that his daughter had no health issues. He blamed the police for her passing.

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Most of the protests have taken place in the Kurdish region, where the government has historically suppressed unrest by the 8–10 million strong Kurdish minority.

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Hengaw posted on Twitter, that protestors could be heard yelling "there is a war in Divandarreh" and accusing the police of attacking as they threw rocks.

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Mahsa Amini's passing after suffering injuries while in police detention for donning a "improper" hijab. For Amini's death, the US demanded accountability.

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Tehran Police commander Hossein Rahimi said; police had done everything to keep her alive.

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