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Iran to Dedicate Special Places to Public Protests

The Iranian government on Monday approved a plan proposed by Tehran’s City Council to dedicate special places in Tehran to citizens’ protest gatherings.

Casualties Reported in Southern Iran after Protests Turn Violent

The Wednesday night clashes between security forces and demonstrators protesting a plan to divide parts of the Kazeroon County in Fars Province, southern Iran, has left at least one dead and six wounded.

12 Arrested in Tehran over Illegal Currency Exchange

Tehran’s police chief says 12 unlicensed dealers accused of disrupting Iran’s currency market have been arrested on Tuesday, as part of measures to stabilise the rial that has been going down in recent weeks.

“Those behind Recent Riots in Tehran Backed by Foreigners”

There is evidence that proves elements who raided a police station in northern Tehran Monday in apparent support for the dervish community were being supported by foreign governments, a senior judicial official said.

Minister Blasts Rioters’ Deadly Attack on Police Forces in Tehran

Iranian Interior Minister Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli decried a recent attack on security forces in northern Tehran by members of the Gonabadi Dervishes, a Sufi community in Iran, and said all those behind the incident would be dealt with “decisively”.

Acts of Violence by Any Group Not Tolerated: Iran President

Iran’s president says all ideologies are respected, but violence by any group or entity, especially acts of violence and insult against police and security forces, are definitely condemned.

Iran’s Police Makes 90 Arrests to Control Forex Market (+Video)

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.

Iran Arrests Suspects behind Volatility of Exchange Market

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.

“Iranian Police Didn’t Have Live Bullets in Recent Riots”

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.

Iran Unrest Quelled with Minimum Cost: Interior Minister

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.

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