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Clashes reported in Iran on anniversary of Islamic Revolution – latimes.com

February 12, 2010

But videos posted to the Internet despite severe restrictions showed relatively large crowds of demonstrators gathering and chanting anti-government slogans. Witnesses confirmed the accounts.

“At Sedighiyeh Square, to the north of Azadi, a large gathering of protesters could be seen defiantly confronting security forces with chants of ‘Death to the dictator’ and ‘Political prisoners must be freed,’ while waving green flags and placards and moving closer toward Azadi Square,” a witness said.

via Clashes reported in Iran on anniversary of Islamic Revolution – latimes.com.

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