Iran government promises to investigate the police

A number of Iranian MPs are promising to investigate reports of people who have been tortured and killed in police custody.

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    A delegation of Iranian MPs is scheduled to visit anti-government protesters in Tehran's Evin prison.

    They're promising to investigate reports of people who have been tortured and killed in police custody.

    While calm has returned to the streets, some continue to distrust their leaders.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran, Iran.


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