CNN She may just have won the Geneva Summit International Women's Prize but Iranian activist Shaparak Shajarizadeh says she can't feel happiness anymore -- not while her friends and other women's rights activists remain imprisoned in Iran. I spoke with Shaparak she said millions of women are against compulsory hijab. Iran is a bigger prison for all of us pic. Women's Rights Award pic.
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By Darren Boyle for MailOnline. Rhian DeSouza, pictured, was banned from the classroom for more than three years after admitting having the relationship with the year-old girl. A headteacher who had 'sexual images' of a year-old girl on her phone was today banned from the classroom. Married Rhian DeSouza, 44, was in a 'sexual relationship' with the school girl who sent her naked pictures on social media. The pair met through a friend and DeSouza started helping the girl with exams. But their relationship came to light after the girl's mother became suspicious - and found secret text messages on her phone. The girl's mother then reported the matter to police and DeSouza was arrested. DeSouza pleaded guilty at Swansea Crown Court to making two illegal sexual images of the girl and was given a two year community order.
Eight women have been arrested in Iran as part of a crackdown on women posting photographs online without wearing the compulsory headscarf. Among them was Elham Arab, a model known for her distinctive blonde hair and wedding dress portraits, who was made to issue a public apology in footage broadcast on state television. Her Instagram page has been shut down, along with those belonging to the seven other arrested women, along with Facebook pages and business websites. The arrests caused uproar following the detention of artists, poets, journalists and activists as moderate President Hassan Rouhani's administration secured a landmark nuclear deal with world powers. The sentences handed down signal that hard-liners in the police and judiciary, who were unable to stop the accord and fear looser social norms will weaken the Islamic Republic, still hold significant power in the country. Among the groups protesting was My Stealthy Freedom — an online movement started by journalist Masih Alinejad that encourages women in Iran to post photos of themselves online without headscarves. Women found to have their hair or bodies inadequately covered can be publicly admonished, fined or even arrested. Iranian women have been increasingly wearing the mandatory hijab more loosely on their heads, particularly in the capital, sparking outrage from conservatives in the Islamic Republic. A crackdown on freedom of expression online is also underway in Iran, where around 40 per cent of its population have access to the censored and filtered internet. Journalists, filmmakers, writers and activists have been detained, sentenced or imprisoned, with the latest being Mahdi Boutorabi, the manager of Iranian blogging service persianblog.