At least 10 people were killed when police clashed with “terrorists” in Tehran on Saturday, state TV says. The official reports, which cannot be confirmed accuse “rioters” of setting two petrol stations and a mosque ablaze in protest at a disputed poll result. State media also say five family members of one of Iran’s most powerful figures, Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani, were arrested during the protests. Meanwhile Iran has ordered the BBC’s Jon Leyne out of the country. “With regret, we can confirm that Jon Leyne, the BBC’s permanent correspondent in Tehran has been asked to leave by the Iranian authorities. The BBC office remains open,” a BBC statement said.