Iran has halted the execution of three people linked to deadly November protests sparked by a hike in petrol prices, one of the accused's lawyers told AFP on Sunday.
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Judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said at the time that the verdict could still change over "extraordinary proceedings," pointing to a legal clause that could trigger a retrial if deemed necessary by the chief justice.