Iran 'sentences three to death'
Three people detained after June's disputed presidential election have been sentenced to death, Iran's Isna news agency reports, BBC reported.
The judgements are preliminary and must be confirmed by a higher court, Isna says. Full names have not been given.
The only named opposition activist sentenced to death over the post-election protests is Mohammad Reza Ali Zamani, 37, a monarchist.
The unrest was triggered by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's re-election.
More than 100 people have faced trial before a Tehran Revolutionary Court for their part in the protests.