“We are looking across the board,” the official said, pointing to authorities that allow President Donald Trump to target organizations or individuals involved in human rights violations, censorship or preventing free assembly.
“That requires information, but there is a lot of information out there, so we intend to start assembling that and see what we can do.”
Protesters gathered in Dezful (western #Iran) tonight. (Footage via #MEK activists.) #IranProtests #IranianProtests For more up-to-date coverage, view: https://t.co/DOVwA4pNuF pic.twitter.com/op5LMmnWOV— Arab News (@Arab_News) January 3, 2018
Meanwhile, a senior official has said the US may seek an emergency session at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva over the ongoing situation in Iran.