Tehran, June 1 -- An Iranian female reporter who had covered the custodial death case of 22-year-oldMahsa Amini, has denied all charges against her.

Mahsa Amini, a Kurdish-Iranian woman, was stopped and detained byIran's moral police in Tehran over wearing her hijab "inappropriately" in a public place. She died soon after falling into a coma.

Thirty-year-old Niloufar Hamedi along with fellow journalist35-year-old Elaheh Mohammad were charged with propaganda against the state and conspiring against national security and could face the death penalty.

Hamedi's lawyer, Parto Borhanpour, told the Shargh newspaper, where she worked, that "today's court session was devoted to the reading of the indictment and the written and oral answers of t...