Protests have broken out at the funeral of a woman who died after being arrested by Iran's morality police.
Mahsa Amini, 22, died on Friday, days after eyewitnesses said she was beaten in a police van in Tehran - allegations denied by police.
Some women at the ceremony reportedly removed their headscarves in protest at the compulsory wearing of hijabs.
Mourners chanted "death to the dictator", with videos showing police later firing on a crowd.
The funeral took place in Ms Amini's hometown, Saqez, in the western province of Kurdistan.
According to videos published on social media, locals gathered very early in the morning to prevent Iranian security forces rushing through the burial in secret to avoid protests.
Reports suggested that some angry protesters marched toward the local governor's office to protest about the death. According to videos received and verified by the BBC Persian Service, the security forces opened fire on protesters.