UN Human Rights Council votes to establish independent int’l fact-finding mission on Iran protests


The UN Human Rights Council voted Thursday to establish an independent international fact-finding mission to investigate alleged human rights violations in Iran related to protests that began on Sept. 16.

The council adopted its resolution with 25 votes in favor of the resolution, six against, and 16 abstentions.

The resolution put forward by Germany and Iceland calls on Iran to end “discrimination and violence against women and girls in public and private…

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