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Iran protests turn deadly

In Iran on Sunday, anti-government protests, held to coincide with the Shiite Muslim holiday of Ashura, became violent between demonstrators and police under the command of the Revolutionary Guard Corps. At least five demonstrators have been killed, including Ali Mousavi, 32, the nephew of opposition political leader Mir Hossein Mousavi.

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Iran battles reinvigorated opposition
Article | TEHRAN -- The intense clashes in several Iranian cities that left at least five protesters dead and scores more injured Sunday have raised the stakes for both sides as the government seeks to contain
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Iran arrests leading dissidents
Article | TEHRAN -- Iranian security forces stormed opposition offices in a series of raids Monday and rounded up at least a dozen prominent dissidents in a new crackdown on the country's reformist movement, opposition Web sites and activists reported.

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