On September 16, Mahsa Amini, a 22-year-old Kurdish woman, died in a Tehran hospital, three days after being arrested by the morality police for wearing her headscarf incorrectly. Iran has since been rocked by protests, which are closely followed and supported by the diaspora abroad. In Paris, the Iranian community gathers every week to cries of "Woman, life, freedom" and has high hopes that the regime in Tehran will fall. FRANCE 24's Mandi Heshmati, Abdelkader Dermas, Gilles Terrier and Camille Nedelec report.
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