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Wednesday June 28, 2017

Protests and Unrest in Iran on the Rise

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As tensions rise between Iran and the international community, the people of Iran are taking to the streets to protest the situation at home. Domestic unrest is on the rise. 

Teachers in more than 20 cities across the country protested in the streets and urged the authorities to listen to their demands. 

They participated in sit-ins in front of ministry of education buildings and chanted about the plundering policies of the regime and the repression and suppression they face. They held placards saying “No to prison”, “Detained teachers must be freed”, etc.

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Iranian civil society gathering

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The signing of the nuclear agreement with Iran seemed to some Iranians as a new epoch, as they sought more social and political shifts in the Iranian government, to embrace a more liberal and pragmatic approach. However, despite all the optimism that came with the signing of the nuclear agreement, Iranians haven't seen much change one year later.

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Members of Parliament urge UK to focus on human rights in Iran policy

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 A vast array of British lawmakers from all major parties on Monday (October 19, 2015) took part in a conference in the UK House of Commons to discuss the underlying reasons for increased executions in Iran and the future sequels of the deteriorating state of human rights in that country, the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom said.

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Recent protests in Iran against the mullahs’ regime

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This is a summary of recent news about anti-regime protests in Iran reported on by the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) on Monday, 16 May.

Saturday, May 14, 2016:

Students Protest in Sama University, Kermanshah

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Iran after establishing “strategic position” in Gulf

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Iran Iraq borderStop Fundamentalism – A prominent Arab daily, Al-Hayat, on May 5 accused Iran of trying to establish a “strategic position” in the Gulf region by dominating Iraq with the support of Iraqi political parties which it backs.

Tehran’s rulers were working relentlessly to take advantage of the political situation in Iraq by making sure that groups they support and fund come to power, the daily al-Hayat wrote in its Thursday edition.

The daily said that Iran was hoping to dominate “the region which is known in the Western world as the Eastern Gate.”

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