IRNA: Two opposition leaders have fled Teheran for northern part of country

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December 30, 2009 20:52

 
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Two leaders of the Iranian opposition movement, Mir Hussein Mousavi and Mahadi Karroubi have, according to a report by Iran's official news agency, fled Teheran Wednesday for the northern part of the country. The IRNA report did not name names but did say that "two of the central figures in the post-election riots have fled Teheran...due to a growing demand by the public to have them brought to justice."

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