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Topic - Marzieh Vafamehr
Amnesty International says an Iranian appeals court has overturned the lashing sentence against an actress who appeared in a film critical of the Islamic republic's hard-line policies.
The Australian producers of a film critical of Iran said Tuesday that they are appalled at reports that an Iranian actress has been sentenced to a year in prison and 90 lashes for appearing in the movie.