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Almost a week of deadly protests in Iran

Violent demonstrations have rocked Iran since Thursday last week leaving at least 21 people dead, with protests that started over the economy turning against the Islamic regime as a whole.

Protesters march again in Tehran as 200 arrested

Some 200 protesters marched through central Tehran Sunday as authorities braced for a possible fourth night of unrest and cut access to social media after days of unrest that saw two people killed.

Iran blocks Instagram, Telegram after protests

Iran has restricted access to the Instagram and Telegram social media apps as a security measure during rare anti-government protests, according to state TV.

Two Iranian protesters killed in anti-govt rallies

At least two protesters have been killed in rare anti-government protests in Iran, according to a semi-official Iranian news agency.

Iran warns against ‘illegal gatherings’ after protests

The Iranian government warned people against further protests on Saturday after two days of demonstrations sparked by anger over an array of economic problems.

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