Police close gate at northern Tehran UK embassy

By REUTERS
November 29, 2011 16:56

 
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TEHRAN - Iranian police sealed the entrance to the British compound in northern Tehran that was stormed by protesters on Tuesday, the official IRNA news agency reported, without specifying how many protesters were still inside.

"Security forces have been able to close the gate now and they are not allowing people to go inside," IRNA said. The student news agency ISNA said there were 200 people outside the compound in the Qolhak garden of north Tehran.

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