More than 600 family members of those detained in recent days in Tehran after Monday’s protests gathered in front of the notorious Evin Prison to protest the detention of their loved ones and to demand information about their situation, according to student groups and news agencies.
Iran Press News website reported that during the Monday uprisings, protestors were suppressed using tear gas and live ammunition. Two young people died as a result and dozens were injured.
1,500 people have also been arrested by the regime, according to reports.
Various protest acts have continued in campuses across Tehran resulting in more arrests.