Iran denies releasing women scheduled for stoning

10 December 10

From Reuters:

An Iranian woman sentenced to death by stoning has not been released, state-run Press TV said on Friday, denying a report by a European human rights group which quoted "sources in Iran" as saying she had been freed.

See online: Reuters
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