Tear gas used in Iran against protesters

Source : 112 Ukraine

Saturday protests spread throughout country
12:50, 12 January 2020

112 Agency

Law enforcement officers in Iran used tear gas against participants in a protest rally that began in the country on January 11, after Tehran pleaded guilty for the downed plane of Ukraine’s International Airlines (UIA). Reuters reports about this.

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The outlet states that on January 12, special forces strengthen their presence on the streets of Tehran. Yesterday’s protests spread throughout the country, including major cities such as Isfahan, Hamadan, Shiraz.

As we reported before, students went to a protest rally demanding to punish those responsible for the crash of a UIA plane shot down by an Iranian missile in Tehran, near Amir Kabir University.

The protest is held under the slogan: "commander in chief, resign!" The Ayatollah is Iran's commander in chief.

Students chanted “Shame” on Iranian leaders, calling for justice in the plane crash.

The President of the United States of America, Donald Trump, supported the people who went to the protest in Iran.

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