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Tehran police chief denies shots fired at protesters: Iran state media

Reuters Monday, 13 January 2020 ()
Police in the Iranian capital did not fire on protesters and officers have been under orders to show restraint, Tehran's police chief said in a statement carried by the state broadcaster's website on Monday.
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