Iran condemns US show of support for 'rioters'
Iran condemned the United States' support for 'rioters' in a statement issued late Sunday, after two days of violent protests in the Islamic republic against a petrol price hike. The foreign ministry said that it was reacting to US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's 'expression of support... for a group of rioters in some cities of Iran and condemned such support and interventionist remarks'.More DescriptionImage URL
Iran 'calmer' despite more riots over oil price hikes
Iran said it still faced riots even though the situation was 'calmer' Monday after days of violent protests sparked by a shock decision to hike petrol prices in the sanctions-hit country. Its commander Brigadier General Gholamreza Soleimani accused Iran's arch-enemy the United States of instigating the unrest and said 'America's plot failed', according to semi-official news agency ISNA. Iran's economy has been battered since May last year when President Donald Trump unilaterally withdrew the US from a 2015 nuclear agreement and reimposed crippling sanctions.More DescriptionImage URL
Iran calmer despite more 'riots' over oil price hikes
Iran said it still faces 'riots' even though the situation was calmer Monday after days of violent protests sparked by a shock decision to hike petrol prices in the sanctions-hit country. The Basij militia, whose commander Brigadier General Gholamreza Soleimani said 'America's plot (had) failed', reported looting, according to semi-official news agency ISNA. Netblocks, a website that monitors net traffic, tweeted: '40 hours after #Iran implemented a near-total internet shutdown, connectivity to the outside world remains at just 5% of ordinary levels'.More DescriptionImage URL
Protest-hit Iran slams US show of support for 'rioters'
Iran has slammed a US show of support for 'rioters,' after violent protests sparked by a decision to impose petrol price hikes and rationing in the sanctions-hit country. Footage of the violence showing masked young men on debris-strewn streets setting buildings ablaze has been aired on state television, which rarely shows any signs of dissent in the country. The situation on the streets was unclear on Monday morning, largely due to the internet outage that has stemmed the flow of videos shared on social media of protests or associated acts of violence.More DescriptionImage URL
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