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A second woman has been arrested in Iran for protesting against the mandatory law that civilians must cover themselves with a hijab while out in public.Like the first woman detained, she took off her headscarf and held it aloft using a stick on the side of a busy road in Tehran.Human rights lawyer Nasrin Sotoudeh, who had been investigating the case, said officials had confirmed that Ms Movahed had been freed over the weekend.

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When I was telling my friends I’m going to Iran some 90% of them were seriously concerned about me and asked me to think over my chosen destination.

People keep confusing Iran and Iraq, thinking it’s a country torn by war and now under the ISIS rule.

Iranian journalist and human rights campaigner Masih Alinejad first broke the news of her release, citing friends of Ms Movahed.

She tweeted: 'The woman with the white shawl has been freed, according to her friends.' Ms Alinejad is the founder of the White Wednesdays and My Stealthy Freedom movements, which fights compulsory hijab in Iran.

Breaking the rules can result in fines of up to 500,000 rials (£17) and up to two months in prison.

President Hassan Rouhani, who came to power in 2013 promising a more moderate stance, has previously said it is not the job of police to enforce religious rules such as those forcing women to cover their hair.

But in April 2016, officials said there were 7,000 undercover morality police reporting on things like 'bad hijab' - a blanket term usually referring to un-Islamic dress by women.

Figures are rarely given, but Tehran's traffic police said in late 2015 they had dealt with 40,000 cases of bad hijab in cars, where women often let their headscarves drop around their necks.

For the whole time I’ve spent there I didn’t encounter even one situation when I would have felt in danger or even uncomfortable.

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