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3 Protests in Iran Within 24 Hours

Teachers, relatives of road accident victims and metro employees held anti-regime protests in various parts of Iran over a 24-hour period. Protests by contract teachers in Shadegan According to the state-run ILNA news agency, on Tuesday, July 23, 2019,...

IRAN: Unpaid Health Center Employees Clash With Police in Ahvaz

Employees of health centers from Iran's Khuzestan Province protesting over low wages clashed with the regime's suppressive state security forces on Sunday, July 21. The angry protesters had gathered in front of the central office of the Medical Science...

Water Shortage Sparks Protests in Northeast Iran

On Sunday, July 14, 2019, the residents of Hemat Abad, located in the suburbs of the 3rd district of Mashhad, northeast Iran, protested over the shortage of potable water and its low quality, which has led to damage in their purification systems and...

8-11 Million Iranians Suffer From Absolute Illiteracy

A senior official of the Iranian regime’s Ministry of Education says there are eight million illiterate people in the country, approximately 10 percent of the population. Last April, the Iranian parliament’s research center had reported that nearly...

A Round-Up of the Latest Protests in Iran

A number of anti-regime protests were held in Iran in the past 24 hours, including over a recent prison sentence against a teachers’ rights activist and deteriorating livelihood conditions for Iranian workers.

IRAN: Protests in Tehran and Tabriz on Sunday

On Sunday, July 7, 2019, separate protests were held by buyers of imported cars in Arvand, managers of an aid organization in Tehran, and a group of street vendors in Tabriz, northeast of Iran.

A Series of New Anti-Regime Protests Across Iran

Iran has witnessed a series of protests in recent days by workers, teachers, looted investors, pensioners, and municipality staff members. Below are just a few examples Trailers buyers rally in Sirjan, southeast of Iran:

Iranian People Resort to Living in Tents out of Poverty

A member of the Iranian regime’s parliament from Kermanshah said, "Because of high cost of housing, many have contacted me on behalf of citizens to receive tents to live in parks, so the prices aren't controlled, a national problem is coming."

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