Thous. of protesters demand EU be tough on Iran

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November 7, 2005 16:27

 
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Several thousand protesters on Monday took part in an Iranian opposition group's demonstration in Brussels, demanding the European Union takes a tough stance against Tehran because of its human rights record and its nuclear program. The Paris-based National Council of Resistance of Iran mobilized some 3,000 demonstrators outside EU headquarters where foreign ministers were holding talks on Iran's nuclear program.

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