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She is a campaigner for strengthening the legal status of children and women, the latter of which played a key role in the May 1997 landslide presidential election of the reformist Mohammad Khatami.As a lawyer, she is known for taking up pro bono cases of dissident figures who have fallen foul of the judiciary.The aircraft crashed into the Sirch mountains, southeast of Kerman, about 500 miles southeast of Tehran, killing all aboard.Investigators believe it was a controlled flight into terrain, citing the deteriorating weather conditions and high winds.In 2000 Ebadi was accused of manipulating the videotaped confession of Amir Farshad Ebrahimi, a former member of the Ansar-e Hezbollah.Ebrahimi confessed his involvement in attacks made by the organization on the orders of high-level conservative authorities, which have included the killing of Ezzat Ebrahim-Nejad and attacks against members of President Khatami's cabinet.As her applications were repeatedly rejected, Ebadi was not able to practice as a lawyer until 1993, while she already had a law office permit.She used this free time to write books and many articles in Iranian periodicals.
She continued her studies in University of Tehran in the meantime to pursue a doctorate's degree in law in 1971.In 2009, Norway's Foreign Minister Jonas Gahr Stoere, published a statement reporting that Ebadi's Nobel Peace Prize had been confiscated by Iranian authorities and that "This [was] the first time a Nobel Peace Prize ha[d] been confiscated by national authorities." Ebadi was born in Hamadan, Iran.Her father, Mohammad Ali Ebadi, was the city's chief notary public and a professor of commercial law. She was admitted to the law department of the University of Tehran in 1965 and in 1969, upon graduation, passed the qualification exams to become a judge.The IL-76 was flying a route from Zahedan Airport to Kerman Airport carrying members of the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps on an unspecified mission.The four-engine Russian transport aircraft with a crew of 18, lost contract with air traffic control at pm after flying into poor weather conditions.