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News: International

Saturday's Iran Mini Report - August 18, 2018

Saturday's Iran Mini Report - August 18, 2018

• Iran: Youths chanting anti-regime slogans in Tehran football match

Azadi Stadium, Tehran On Friday evening a football match between the teams of Tehran Persepolis and Masjed Suleiman Naft (Oil) in the capital’s Azadi Stadium became the scene of an anti-regime protest.

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Thursday's Iran Mini Report - August 16, 2018

Thursday's Iran Mini Report - August 16, 2018

• Crowd surrounds Iranian policemen who brutally beat street vendor

A video of a large crowd surrounding Iranian policemen in Tehran after they viciously beat up a street vendor and destroyed his small cart was widely circulated on social media on Wednesday.

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Editorial: Khamenei’s Deadlock in the Face of People’s Uprising, Economic Crisis and Failure of the Nuclear Deal

Iran-Khamenei’s Deadlock in the Face of People’s Uprising, Economic Crisis and Failure of the Nuclear Deal

On Monday August 13, Iranian regime’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei broke his silence and appeared for the first time following the recent wave of unrests to address regime’s most important crises, including the protests earlier this month, a deadly economic crisis driven by Rial’s free fall, failure of the 2015 nuclear deal and possible negotiations with the United States.

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Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - August 15, 2018

Wednesday's Iran Mini Report - August 15, 2018

•Iran Regime Sentences Whole Church to Prison for Practising Christianity

The Iranian Regime has sentenced every member of a church to a year in prison for practising Christianity, according to an organization that supports Iranian Christians.

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The Iranian Regime’s Struggle to Hang on to Power

The Iranian Regime’s Struggle to Hang on to Power

By Staff Writer

The U.S. sanctions on Iran have been in place for a week. Before this first round even came into effect, the national currency of Iran – the rial, has been in a nosedive. The discontent of the people has been getting louder and the Iranian regime is speaking out more about the threat of the uprising and the role of the opposition.

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Monday's Iran Mini Report - August 13, 2018

Monday's Iran Mini Report - August 13, 2018

• Second day of strikes and demonstrations in Tehran’s Bazaar

The strikes and protests of the merchants of Tehran’s shoe bazaar entered their second day on Sunday. The protesters, who started their strike due to high prices and lack of access to the basic goods necessary for their line of work, chanted “Death to high prices” and “Death to the dictator,” targeting the regime in its entirety.

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