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The U.N. Security Council is set to hold an emergency meeting about Iran as the U.S. seeks to show support for anti-government protests in the Islamic Republic...

Khamenei blames Iran's 'enemies' for unrest as US ups the pressure

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Iran's supreme leader blamed "enemies" Tuesday for unrest that has seen 21 deaths as Washington sought to increase pressure on the Islamic regime that was facing its biggest test in years...
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Donald Trump steps up pressure on Iran as protests continue

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US President Donald Trump on Saturday weighed in on protests in Iran for a second straight day, warning that the country’s people want change and "oppressive regimes cannot endure forever."...
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Iran protests: Hassan Rouhani breaks silence after Iran authorities block access to social media

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has said citizens are “absolutely free to criticise the government” amid the fourth day of nationwide protests...
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10 New Deaths Reported in Iran Protests

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At least 10 new deaths have been reported in ongoing protests in Iran, the country’s state TV reported Monday. Authorities gave no details on the latest deaths, which came after two demonstrators were killed in clashes on Saturday night...
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Iran's Revolutionary Guard Vows to Crush Protests

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Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard Corps vowed to crush one of the biggest shows of dissent against the government in years, as days of confrontations between demonstrators and security forces turned deadly in a western province. Stocks fell...
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Trump redoubles support of Iran protests, saying the 'world is watching'

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President Trump on Saturday again expressed his support for Iran’s growing anti-government protests, saying oppressive regimes “cannot endure forever” and that “the world is watching.”...
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What is Happening in Iran? Government Acknowledges Protests, But Slams Trump for Tweeting U.S. Support

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Iran has acknowledged the series of protests sweeping through the country in the past few days, but came out hard against President Donald Trump's decision to broadcast support for the demonstrators on Twitter...
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