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Global Solidarity Rallies Held As Amini Protests Continue In Iran

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Protesters rally in Tehran, Isfahan, Rasht and Shiraz, social media posts show. In London, about 2,500 people staged a noisy protest in Trafalgar Square. The protests began at Mahsa Amini's funeral on September 17 and spread to Iran's 31 provinces.
2 months ago·Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

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