(BBC) – Iranian authorities have begun installing cameras in public places to identify unveiled women, the police have announced.
Women seen not covering their hair would receive a "warning text messages as to the consequences", police said. This would help prevent "resistance against the hijab law", police said.
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Protests were sparked last year by the death in police custody of Mahsa Amini, a young Kurdish woman arrested for allegedly violating the hijab rule.
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