Anti-regime Iranians protest in Madrid against the 'massacres of the dictatorship'

Several hundred Iranians and their supporters demonstrated in Madrid, Spain, on Saturday 19 November against what they called massacres by the Iranian authorities since the death of Mahsa Amini in morality police custody. The demonstrators walked along the Gran Vía, one of the city's main streets, shouting "For the women of Iran, for justice in Iran!", "Woman, Life, Freedom" and some slogans against the Spanish government, which some want to break off diplomatic relations with Iran. At least 342 people have been killed in Iranian security forces since protests began two months ago, according to Oslo-based NGO Iran Human Rights (IHRNGO). Thousands of protesters have been arrested since September and some could face death sentences, the NGO says.