Iran, Germany coup, Peru, Mauna Loa, ‘Harry & Meghan’: Daily Briefing


A prisoner convicted in Iran’s ongoing protests has been executed. And a lot of coup-related news today: Peruvian President Pedro Castillo was removed from office and arrested on a charge of rebellion. German police arrested 25 suspected far-right extremists who allegedly sought to overthrow the government.

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Now here we go with Thursday’s news.

Iran executes first known prisoner arrested in protests

Iran says it has executed a prisoner convicted of a crime allegedly committed during the country’s ongoing nationwide protests, Iran’s Mizan news agency reported Thursday. It’s the first such death penalty carried out by Tehran. The man was accused of blocking a street and attacking a security force member with a machete in Tehran. 


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