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Ten exchange facilities have been closed down and 90 foreign currency dealers arrested in a police raid in Tehran aimed at controlling the surging forex rates mainly caused by non-economic factors.
Police in Tehran have shut down several currency exchange shops and arrested a number of money changers suspected of being behind a recent turmoil in exchange rates.
The Iranian police chief says the forces used to quell the recent violence in Iran did not possess any live bullets when controlling the week-long protests that erupted last month over economic hardships.
Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli says the Islamic Republic managed to control the recent violent protests in a number of cities with the least possible price.
A deputy governor of Tehran says the police forces have kept the capital city under their control amid the recent protests and riots, and the IRGC has not yet been asked for help.
A top Iranian official says the country has called on the Interpol to hunt for the individual who, from abroad, encouraged people to violence during the ongoing protests in Iran.
The Tehran police chief says the so-called morality police will hold training classes for those who do not observe the Islamic dress code (hijab) instead of arresting them.
The 16th edition of International Police, Safety, and Security Equipment Exhibition (IPAS 2017) is underway in the Iranian capital of Tehran.
Several foreign ambassadors, diplomats, and representatives of international bodies on Wednesday watched the military drills of Iranian police forces in Tehran.