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According to Mowj Camp, about 2000 people protested in the city of Rasht in northern Iran (Gilan Province).  People gathered in Rasht’s city park and honored the memory of those killed during recent events.

This gathering started at around 6:30pm and continued peacefully until the plainclothes agents turned it violent by attacking people at 7pm.  “These forces were equipped with all kinds of arms including batons, knives, daggers, colts…and were beating people.  They would also run into the crowd with motorcycles which severely injured several people.”

Go to our video round-up to see dramatic footage from Isfahan, a city in central Iran. A scene from the southern city of Shiraz is after the jump:

And the city of Rasht, north of Tehran:

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