Jun 12, 2006 at 04:17 PM
AP- Iranian female police officers, left, beat female protesters, during a protest in Tehran, Iran, Monday, June 12, 2006. Iranian police beat women at an equal rights demonstration in Tehran Monday, injuring at least one protester and arresting 20 others. The protest was organized by a previously unknown group calling itself the Labor and Communist Party. An invitation delivered to The Associated Press a day before the rally demanded equal rights for women and the nullification of a polygamy law that allows Iranian men to have four wives at the same time. (AP Photo) 

An Iranian female police officer, left, beats a female protester, during a protest in Tehran, Iran , Monday, June 12, 2006. Iranian police beat women at an equal rights demonstration in Tehran Monday, injuring at least one protester and arresting 20 others. The protest was organized by a previously unknown group calling itself the Labor and Communist Party. An invitation delivered to The Associated Press a day before the rally demanded equal rights for women and the nullification of a polygamy law that allows Iranian men to have four wives at the same time. (AP Photo)

 

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