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 Radio Zamaneh reports:

An eyewitness told Radio Zamaneh that in Aryashar, in the west of Tehran, protesters are being beaten up by government forces. Anti-riot police have used electric batons to disperse the crowds and some protesters have been sighted with blood on their faces. Nedaye Sabz Azadi also reports of shootings in that area as well as altercations in Vanak Square in the north.

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