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  • Nasrin Sotoodeh, Starts Hunger Strike to Object to Lack of in Person Visitation with Children

    17 October 2012, by Sadmin
    Change for Equality: According to reports imprisoned human rights lawyer and women’s rights activist, Nasrin Sotoodeh has started a hunger strike to protest refusal on the part of officials to allow for in person and regular visits with her children and other family members. Nasrin Sotoodeh is currently serving a 6 year prison sentence in relation to her human rights activities. She has been in prison since September 4, 2010 without even one day of furlough. Prison and security officials (...)



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