At least 11 already sentenced to death in Iran
Earlier this month, Iran executed two men in connection with the protests, an escalation in the authorities’ crackdown that activists say is meant to instil public fear.
Also IHR identified 100 detainees facing potential capital punishment, including at least 11 already sentenced to death. Five detainees on the IHR list are women.
476 protesters had been killed since the demonstrations began. Iran’s top security body in early December gave a toll of more than 200 people killed, including security officers.
At least 14,000 people had been arrested since the nationwide unrest began, the UN said in November.
Majidreza Rahnavard, 23, was hanged in public from a crane on 12 December after being sentenced by a court in Mashhad for killing two members of the security forces with a knife.