Security forces repressed demonstrators protesting the death of a young woman in Iran.

Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish lady from western Iran, died this month while visiting the capital, which has sparked protests against the administration.

Amini had a heart attack and fell into a coma while in jail after being stopped as she left a metro station.

Her family contended that she had no preexisting medical conditions, despite activists' claims that she may have been physically assaulted by police.

In the Kurdish city of Saqez, Amini's homeland, security forces opened fire on protesters, resulting in two fatalities.

Photos taken at the scene of one rally in Tehran showed protesters gathered around a burning motorcycle.

Iran has not reported any deaths related to the demonstrations. Security personnel was reportedly used to disperse protesters in several locations, according to the semi-official Fars News Agency.

Reporters were informed by the police commander for the greater Tehran region that Amini was walking in a park while donning an inappropriate headscarf.

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