NEWS Arrests Continue As State TV Confirms Eight Killed In Iran Protests
Last updated (GMT/UTC): 28.12.2009 14:19 (RFE/RL) -- Iranian security forces today are continuing to arrest protesters and opposition members who took part in two days of deadly demonstrations in Tehran and other cities.
Iranian police said they have detained some 300 protesters so far.
The reformist website Parlemannews writes today that the authorities have also detained at least seven prominent reformists, including three aides to Mir Hossein Musavi, the leader of the Green opposition movement and a defeated candidate in last June's contested presidential elections.
Others are said to include two men who help run a foundation, Baran, set up by reformist former President Mohammad Khatami, in addition to the secretary-general of the F... >>>
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