Hardline judiciary changes course over Ghoncheh Ghavami, who was arrested after trying to attend a men’s match in Iran. Amnesty International says Iran must release a British-Iranian woman sentenced to a year in jail for trying to attend a men's volleyball game. Convicted of.
News British-Iranian dating women out on bail after volleyball arrest The family of a British-Iranian woman jailed after watching a men's volleyball match in Tehran says she has been released on bail. However, he said there was a chance she could return to jail volleyball, as the court was still to decide how she should serve out her full sentence.
Ghoncheh Ghavami was first arrested at the Azadi or "Freedom" Stadium in Iran's capital on June 20, while attempting to watch a men's volleyball match between Iran and Italy.
According to human rights organization Amnesty International, Ghavami tried to enter the stadium with around a dozen other women to protest against the law banning women from attending male-only matches. Ghavami's arrest was "not linked to her presence at a stadium where she wanted to watch a volleyball match," the statement said.
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