'Iranian students clashing with security forces in Teheran'

Iranian students clashi

November 4, 2009 09:27


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Clashes erupted between Iranian university and security forces in Teheran, Israel Radio reported Wednesday. The students were protesting against President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad's regime, on the 30th anniversary of taking 52 US Embassy employees hostage for 444 days. Iranian security forces fired tear gas canisters at the protesters, Israel Radio reported. The Jerusalem Post could not verify the report.

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