Iranian Border Cities

Iranian Border Cities Swarmed By Iraqis

Iranian border cities swarmed by Iraqis is dangering Iranians’ lives. The Iranian national currency takes a sharp fall against the dollar. It reached 15,000 Tomans in the past four months, causing severe…

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Dollar Prices Bring Iran High Expenses

Dollar Prices Bring Iran High Expenses

Dollar prices bring Iran high expenses just to name one is meat prices today. Bread and metal parts are at their worst. Industries in Isfahan have announced they cannot give…

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Iran Security Forces

Iran Security Forces Desert Largely

Iran security forces desertion along with widespread protests is noticeable. Many soldiers wire their uniforms wrapped up with a label saying we’re with you. The separating force members mean they side with…

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Tehran Widespread Protests

Tehran Widespread Protests Declare Iran Back

Tehran widespread protests declare Iran back and the street is the best place for it. It’s happening now on Valiasr St. one of the main routes from the Azadi Square….

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Iranian Rial Makes Super Free Fall

Iranian Rial Makes Super Free Fall

Iranian Rial makes super freefall five days away from US sanctions. Iran grasps its security hard to avoid any public protest. The value of the Iranian currency suddenly dropped to…

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Iran's Dollar Crash

Iran’s Dollar Crash With More Protests

Iran’s dollar crash with more protests on the way is predicted certain. Today people who deal directly with the markets have warned. Those in the markets call it a dollar…

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Tehran expensive dollar rates cause social unrest

Tehran expensive dollar rates are causing social unrest and one major act of protest happened a few hours ago at the Aladdin Mobile Market. Thousands of people merged at the…

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More Iran protests

More Iran protests as dollar rises

More Iran protests take place as dollar rises and forces social pressure on the population. On Sunday the Iranian people filled the streets of Tehran to protest against the continuing dollar rise….

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