A woman’s death fuels a nation’s rage: Iran erupts over 22-year-old who died after hijab arrest Middle east

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“If there was any consideration of a meeting between Raisi and any western leaders, this would make it even less of a priority and he will become even more toxic,” said Aniseh Bassiri Tabrizi, of the Royal United Services Institute. “The protests will hamper engagement or bilateral relations between Iran and European leaders.” ... But Ms Tabrizi said she doubted the killing or the subsequent unrest would impact the drive to restore the JCPOA, which appears to be in trouble anyway.