Iran: Students hold anti-West rally at embassies

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February 22, 2007 13:48

 
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Some 400 students rallied on Thursday in Teheran in support of Iran's controversial nuclear program a day after the UN Security Council's deadline over the program. The protest began at the British embassy where students chanted, "Death to the US," and "Death to Britain," and burned British and Israeli flags. They urged the Iranian government not to scale down its nuclear program. The students then marched to the French and Italian embassies in central Teheran as they condemned the West's stance over Iran's nuclear program.

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