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Iranian state media seems to dismiss reports morality police has been abolished

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An Iranian lawmaker has said that Iran’s government was “paying attention to the people’s real demands” a day after a top official suggested that the country’s unpopular morality police has been shut down following months of protests
Published 2 months ago · Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

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