This exclusive account of 14 days of unrest in Iran reveals at least 213 anti-government protests and 34 pro-regime rallies across 90 cities. The protests were fueled by working-class grievances, and they swept through provincial cities and towns. But Tehran didn’t see massive marches that it did during the 2009 Green Movement.
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