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Iran Denies Shooting at Protesters Amid Fury Over Downing of Plane

WorldNews Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Iran Denies Shooting at Protesters Amid Fury Over Downing of PlaneIran‘s police said on Monday officers had not fired at protesters demonstrating over Tehran’s admission that it shot down a passenger plane, as video on social media recorded gunshots and pools of blood. President Donald Trump, tweeting on Sunday during a second day of Iranian demonstrations, told the authorities “don’t kill your protesters.” The demonstrations at home are the latest development in one of the most destabilizing escalations between the United States and Iran since the Iranian revolution of 1979. Tehran has acknowledged shooting down the Ukrainian jetliner in error, killing 176 people, hours after it had fired at U.S. bases to retaliate for the...
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MASSIVE PROTESTS HAVE HIT IRAN AFTER IT ADMITTED TO HAVE ACCIDENTLY SHOT DOWN THE UKRAINIAN PLANE THAT KILLED 176 PEOPLE. PROTESTERS IN TEHRAN AND IN SEVERAL OTHER CITIES CHANTED SLOGANS AGAINST THE LEADERSHIP. CLASHES WITH SECURITY FORCES AND THE FIRING OF TEAR GAS HAS BEEN REPORTED. SEVERAL VIDEOS...

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