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Nasrin Sotoudeh, an internationally renowned human rights lawyer jailed in Iran, was handed a new sentence Monday that her husband said comprised 38 years in prison and 148 lashes.

Sotoudeh, who has represented opposition activists including women prosecuted for removing their mandatory head scarves, was arrested in June and charged with spying, spreading propaganda and insulting Iran’s supreme leader, her lawyer said.

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