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Three Iranian regime security forces killed in clashes with protesters + Video

Three Iranian regime security forces were killed on Monday 19 February 2018 in clashes with protesters in northern Tehran, according to the police spokesman Saeed ...

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Iran: Protests of Doctors, Workers, Students and Businessmen in Different Cities

Iran Uprising - No. 80 The protest of the various strata and people who are fed up and unable to provide the basic needs of their lives and their families continues in ...

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Protests of Workers, the Poor, the Looted, and Students Continue Throughout Iran

Iran Uprising – No. 79 On Tuesday, February 13, protests, strikes and demonstrations of workers, looted people, students and other people continued throughout ...

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Iran: Investigate Suspicious Deaths in Detention, Release Activists

(Beirut) February 13, 2018 – A third suspicious death in Iranian prisons since early January 2018 underscores the need for an immediate independent inquiry, ...

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Iran: Slogans of “Death to the Dictator”, “Death to Khamenei” and Burning Khamenei's Images in Various Cities

Iran Uprising -No. 78 On February 11, brave youths in Tehran rallied around the City Theater and the Vali-e Asr intersection in Tehran chanting “Death to the ...

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ANALYSIS: How Iran’s regime enters its 40th year as an Islamic Republic

‌‌BY: Heshmat Alavi Al Arabiya , 12 February 2018-- February 11 marked the beginning of the 40th year Iran's clerics are ruling over what they describe as an ...

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IRAN: The brave youth demonstrated against the regime and their resolve to overthrow the regime

Iran Uprising -No. 76 On the eve of the thirty-ninth anniversary of the anti-monarchy revolution, along with the protests of the workers and the looted people, the ...

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Iran on brink of WAR in Middle East unless ‘Ayatollah is overthrown’+VIDEO

By Henry Holloway DAILY STAR SUNDAY, 11th February 2018-- IRAN is on the verge of triggering a “major war” unless the West gives its backing to help ...

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Iranian workers trade union call on the authorities to set monthly wage at 5 million Toman ($1,100)

Iran, Feb. 8, 2018 - In a joint statement on the workers’ minimum salary in 2018, three workers’ trade union organizations while pointing out that the average expenses ...

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Strikes, Protests and Gatherings; Continue Against Iran Regime

Iran Uprising - No. 74 The oppressed people of Iran, especially the workers and the toilers, who are struggling with poverty, depression and growing problems day by ...

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What Washington Can Learn From the Iran Protests

Reuters, February 5, 2018 - More than a month has passed since protests in Iran’s northeast metastasized into anti-regime demonstrations across the entire country. ...

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The numbers that put Iran protests in perspective

By Heshmat Alavi Al Arabiya , 6 February 2018-- The first chants heard in the Iran uprising launching on December 28th focused on skyrocketing prices and unemployment. ...

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HEPCO workers in Arak staged a rally, supported by people

Iran Uprising -No. 72 On Monday morning, February 5, about a thousand workers of Heavy Equipment Production Company (HEPCO) marched on the streets of Arak. In recent ...

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Workers and other deprived groups continue to protest and strike

Iran Uprising - No. 70 On Friday and Saturday, February 2 and 3, 2018, protest movements of young people, workers and other deprived classes continued. On Saturday, ...

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Protests in various Iranian cities; people chant “Death to the Dictator” and “Death to Khamenei”

Iran Uprising -No. 63 On Thursday February 1, in spite of the presence of suppressive forces who were on alert, and despite the cold weather, people in different ...

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Strikes, protests continue in Iran with the images of Khamenei and Bassij centres set on fire

Iran uprising - No. 62 Workers, toilers and plundered people continued their protests and strikes across the country on Tuesday, January 30, throughout the country: ...

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Iran's interior minister: If we fail to respond to the people's demand, they will not wait

Iran, Tehran, Feb. 1, 2018 – Iranian regime president, Rahmani-Fazli expressed concern about the reoccurrence of unrest and uprisings in the country. 'The demand for ...

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The crumbling regime of Iran refuses to acknowledge the plight of unprivileged

Iran Uprising -No. 61 The protests of workers, peasants and other poor people throughout the country, who are deprived of their fundamental rights and unable to ...

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Inequality plagues Iran’s Mashhad, starting point of protests

The Baghdad Post, January 23 2018 - The wave of anti-government protests in Iran at the end of December began in one of the country’s conservative strongholds: its ...

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Hit Ayatollah Khamenei in His Pocketbook

Supporters brag about his modest lifestyle, but Iran’s ruler runs a billion-dollar corporate conglomerate The Wall Street Journal, January 22, 2018 - The Trump ...

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Deprived Iranian villagers clashed with regime forces in Ahwaz; protest rallies continue in various cities

Iran Uprising - No. 51 On Sunday, January 21, the protest of deprived people continued in various cities of the country: 1. The deprived villagers of the Ismailieh ...

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Iran: Burning Khamenei’s image; protests by plundered people and poor Kurdish porters

Iran Uprising-No. 50 1. On Saturday, January 20, several people from Robat Karim (Tehran Province) protested against high prices. The protesters, a major part of whom ...

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How Corruption and Cronyism in Banking Fueled Iran’s Protests

By THOMAS ERDBRINK, DAVID D. KIRKPATRICK and NILO TABRIZY TEHRAN, New York Times, Jan. 20, 2018 — At 25 percent, the interest rate paid on a savings account at ...

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How years of increasing labor unrest signaled Iran’s latest protest wave

By Kevan Harris and Zep Kalb Washington Post, January 19, 2018 - Beginning on Dec. 28, a wave of protests surged across Iran, with at least 75 cities reportedly ...

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Iran protesters ‘tortured and killed’ in prison as body is dumped outside family’s home

Hannah Lucinda Smith, Istanbul The Times, January 19 2018 - Iranians who took part in anti-regime demonstrations are being tortured and killed in prison, human rights ...

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Outside Iranian prisons, families are desperate for news

Jan 19, 2018-- The crowd outside Iran’s most notorious Evin Prison in Tehran, grew in early January as family members and friends waited for news about their ...

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Iran's Latest Revolution Won't Fade Away

By: Geneive Abdo, Abdallah Hendawy Bloomberg, Jan. 19, 2018 - The latest protests in Iran may be largely crushed for now, but the characteristics of this particular ...

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The Unraveling Islamic Republic

US News & World Report, Jan. 18, 2018 - The recent unrest in Iran has confirmed what many attuned to domestic conditions in the Islamic Republic have long known: ...

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Iranian Lawmakers Push to Ban Foreign Messaging Apps Key to Protests

Breitbart, Jan. 18, 2018 - Iranian members of parliament pressured President Hassan Rouhani to permanently block critical messaging and communications app Telegram, used ...

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Latta-backed resolution supporting Iranian protesters passes House

WASHINGTON, Sentinel Tribune, January 18, 2018 -- A resolution to support Iranian protesters that was co-sponsored by U.S. Bob Latta, R-Bowling Green, passed the U.S. ...

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