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Iran: Protesters shout 'Death to Rouhani'. Hundreds of people on Thursday took to the streets of Iran's second largest city, Mashhad, as well as other towns to protest high prices and unemployment, AFP reported, citing a reformist media group. The protests were mostly directed at President Hassan Rouhani's government, the Nazar media network reported. Rouhani came under fire from his hardline opponents over his failure to revive Iran's stagnant economy.
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Iran's top diplomat: UN meeting on protests a US 'blunder' - January 6, 2018. Iranian worshippers chant slogans while they burn a representation of U.S. flag during a rally against anti-government protestors after the Friday prayer ceremony in Tehran, Iran, Jan. 5, 2018. A hard-line Iranian cleric has called on Iran to create its own indigenous social media apps, blaming them for the unrest that followed days of protest in the Islamic Republic over its economy. (AP Photo/Ebrahim Noroozi)