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Video: Fresh protests in Iran's Amol agaisnt Mullahs' corruption

2018/01/18 | 01:15

(Iraq Now News)- The Baghdad Post has obtained a video showing dozens of Iranian in Amol city in Mazandaran Province protesting against the Mullahs regime.

The video shows protesters chanting slogans against Mullahs and their corruption.

Iranian protests erupted on Dec.

28 in all over Iranian cities against clerical rule and corruption.

At least 23 protesters were killed at the hands of Iranian police.

Hundreds were injured.More than 7.300 Iranians were arrested.

Dozens of them were sentenced to death over plotting against the so-called "Divine Republic".Mullahs have accused US, Israel and Saudi Arabia of being behind the protests.On Tuesday, reports confirmed three protesters were killed in prison.

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