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Horror in Iran: the death toll has risen to 27

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The death toll from protests in Iran rises to 27. reports this was informed by Al Hadath television. According to the information, protests are being held in 93 cities.

Note that the Iranian government raised the price of gasoline three times. Clashes with police were recorded as a result of protests in the country. Protesters attacked a number of state-owned enterprises and banks. Law enforcement agencies have so far arrested hundreds of protesters. Some arrests were made on the houses of the protesters. Large-scale arrests were made in South Azerbaijani cities, and in particular in Tabriz.

Authorities have restricted access to the Internet to quell unrest. According to the latest data, 93% of the country is completely out of internet access.

2019.11.18 / 14:26
Tural Azimzadeh
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