France calls on Iran to allow peaceful protests, release detainees

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July 31, 2009 17:16

 
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The French Foreign Ministry on Friday called on Iran to allow peaceful protests, and to release demonstrators arrested at a Teheran cemetery on Thursday. "We call on Iranian authorities to respect the fundamental right to hold peaceful protests," Foreign Ministry spokesman Frederic Desagneaux urged.

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