Al Arabiya, 2 January 2018 - Night protests have continued in the Iran’s capital Tehran and various other cities on Tuesday as clashes between protesters and police turned violent, especially in the northwest city of Mashhad and southern Shiraz.
Crowds began gathering in the early hours of Tuesday at the University of Tehran, where police attempted to block student protesters from convening near important squares on campus, many of whom chanted 'Death to the dictator' as they gathered.
Protests began in Iran's second largest city Mashhad and quickly spread to become the biggest challenge to the Islamic regime since mass demonstrations in 2009.
The video showed, The Tusserkan People's Rise in the streets; Tuesday, 2nd January / People surrounded the repressive security forces by the 'horseshoe' siege and suppressed the agents with empty hands
According to state television, six people were killed in the central town of Qahderijan and one in Homayoun Shahr. In addition, a member of the Basij militia and a police officer were killed in Najaf Abad on Monday.