These photos show a woman identified as Neda Agha Soltan. The May 2009 portrait on the right was provided by Caspian Makan, 37-year-old photojournalist in Tehran who identified himself as her boyfriend. The image on the left, captured on amateur video, was circulated on the internet via YouTube and Twitter Sunday June 21, 2009, shows the woman lying in a Tehran street moments before she died. (AP Photo)
These photos show a woman identified as Neda Agha Soltan. The May 2009 portrait on the right was provided by Caspian Makan, 37-year-old photojournalist in Tehran who identified himself as her boyfriend. The image on the left, captured on amateur video, was circulated on the internet via YouTube and Twitter Sunday June 21, 2009, shows the woman lying in a Tehran street moments before she died. (AP Photo) AP
These photos show a woman identified as Neda Agha Soltan. The May 2009 portrait on the right was provided by Caspian Makan, 37-year-old photojournalist in Tehran who identified himself as her boyfriend. The image on the left, captured on amateur video, was circulated on the internet via YouTube and Twitter Sunday June 21, 2009, shows the woman lying in a Tehran street moments before she died. (AP Photo) AP

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