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Iranian government says widespread protests are a 'political plot' by Kurdish separatists

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Protests demanding the overthrow of Iran's clerical rulers are now in their fourth month. They erupted after the death of Mahsa Amini while in custody of the morality police. Iran's attorney general has said the force, which enforced Iran's dress code, has since been disbanded.
Published 2 months ago · Tehran, Iran, Islamic Republic of

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Iranian government says widespread protests are a 'political plot' by Kurdish separatists

The authorities have blamed Kurdish opposition groups for inciting the unrest after the death of Mahsa Amini, but academics say this is a false accusation and the protests involve every part of Iranian society.

2 months ago·United Kingdom
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Iran's Kurdish Region Becomes Epicenter Of Protests, Deadly Government Crackdown

Iranian authorities appear to have intensified their crackdown on anti-government protests in predominately Kurdish areas. There are reports of security forces using firearms and firing tear gas indiscriminately, including into people's homes.

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