Ali Albuali was a 16 or 17-year-old boy, killed during the brutal police crackdown in the small northern town of Kureha. Hamid Sheikhani, father of a 7-year-old girl, was arrested and shot after declaring to military personnel that he was unarmed.

On November 15th, 2019, following a sudden spike in fuel prices, nationwide protests broke out across Iran. While the protests were largely peaceful, in certain cities some banks, government buildings and petrol stations were set on fire allegedly by the protestors.

On the evening of the 16th, the Islamic Republic implemented a near-total shutdown of the internet, lasting five days, while launching a brutal crackdown on the protestors. This crackdown took the form of shootings, violence and mass arrests.

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across 15 provinces, over the course of just five days, resulting in hundreds of deaths and thousands of injuries.

Justice for Iran is releasing a series of video investigation, Mapping the November Bloodshed. We are taking video evidence and testimonies from eyewitnesses to map the unlawful actions of the Iranian government amidst these protests.

You can watch the other parts, here.