More than 2,000 people are still in detention and hundreds more are missing in Iran since a government crackdown on protests over a disputed presidential election, the FIDH human rights group said Sunday. "According to the latest information we have, more than 2,000 people been arrested and are currently in detention," said Karim Lahidji, vice-president of the Paris-based International Federation for Human Rights (FIDH). "Hundreds of people are missing, according to independent information that has came to us from Tehran since yesterday," he said at a protest meeting in Paris held to denounce the crackdown in Iran.