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News: Iran protests

Iran cleric protests shutdown of satellite TV

Hidden satellite dishes in IranAgence France Presse - The managers of a reformist-funded satellite television channel are to take legal action against Iranian authorities for allegedly banning their activities and broadcast, a company executive said Monday.

Saba TV's managing director said they came to understand that their station was being banned by the government days after Iranian security agents tried to confiscate a tape from a network official at Dubai airport.


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Iran: Bus drivers gone on strike in capital

NCRI - Bus drivers in the Iranian capital, Tehran, went on strike today to protest against their wages and conditions of work, as they had warned earlier.

The drivers have been calling for improvement of their working conditions and higher wages to meet with rising inflation but their demands have been refused by the clerical regime.

Today’s strike has brought further chaos to the streets of capital making it even more difficult for commuters to move around in the city.


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Maryam Rajavi hails "heroic uprising" by people of Saqez - Iran

In clashes between protesters & suppressive forces, SSF bases, governor's office, Guards HQ, other government centers heavily damagedIn clashes between protesters & suppressive forces, SSF bases, governor's office, Guards HQ, other government centers heavily damaged

Yesterday, thousands of people, especially women and youths, in Saqez (Iranian Kurdistan province),  staged a demonstration against the clerical regime's suppressive policies and in solidarity with uprisings in other cities in the province, including Sanandaj, Mahabad, Sardasht, Piranshahr, Marivan, Oshnavieh, Baneh and Divan Darreh.


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Front-Runner in Iran Finds Students to Be a Tough Audience

ImageAt one point, Mr. Rafsanjani, a former two-term president, said he was one of the nation's first reformers, and the room burst into laughter.

New York Times
By MICHAEL SLACKMAN

TEHRAN - Aides to Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani initially said he would not be making any appearances in the final days before the presidential runoff on Friday against the conservative mayor of Tehran, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad.But as Mr. Rafsanjani's campaign seemed to stall, he decided to visit Tehran University on Tuesday afternoon to help drum up votes.

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