Protesters break into Iranian embassy in Sweden

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June 26, 2009 21:43

 
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Protesters broke into Iran's Embassy in Stockholm Friday to protest against Iranian leaders, police said. Over 100 people amassed outside the embassy building to call for regime change in the Islamic Republic. Some broke windows and entered the building. One embassy worker was injured in the incident. Police removed protesters from the building and arrested one.

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