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Iran Police Shoot At Ten of Thousands Of Protesters

Police have begun shooting into crowds of protesters, and many have been arrested in cities around Iran. Tear gas filled the streets. Tens of thousands flocked to universities, reports AP, despite a huge police presence. Currently, protests are continuing into the night.

Details have been slow because Iran cut off internet and foreign media access. The newspaper Human Rights Activists In Iran was banned from print. Opposition leaders are at the rallies.

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