Iran General NewsMPs told over 300 people have been killed in...

MPs told over 300 people have been killed in Iran riots

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ImageDaily Mirror: More than 300 people have died in the Iranian riots which have swept the country since June, MPs were told yesterday.

The Daily Mirror

ImageMore than 300 people have died in the Iranian riots which have swept the country since June, MPs were told yesterday.

A report said thousands more had been injured and 10,000 arrested.

Labour peer Lord Corbett said: "If we allow these people to die without being noticed we will lose a huge opportunity for change."

The riots followed claims last month's Iranian elections were rigged.

Protests are continuing in Tehran against President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad and the government.

 

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