Ramin Mostaghim has a short but moving piece in the Los Angeles Times featuring the infamous Evin Prison, which is holding most of the Iranians arrested in the uprising:

The mothers and fathers, aunts and uncles, brothers and sisters wait. They sip tea, amble around, look at their watches and stare at the posted lists of names, about 700 or 800 of them. ... But no one is there to tell them where to go or what to do.


(The clip above: "Hundreds of victims are missing and unaccounted for and the families now want answers. They were gathered at Revolutionary Square.")

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