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IRAN-RALLIES/
RTX470BJ
January 08, 2018
The protests first erupted in the Iranian city of Mashhad over economic frustrations.
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The protests first erupted in the Iranian city of Mashhad over economic frustrations.
IRAN-RALLIES/
RTX457T6
January 05, 2018
The protests first erupted in the Iranian city of Mashhad over economic frustrations.
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The protests first erupted in the Iranian city of Mashhad over economic frustrations.
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8S
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8Q
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman adjusts her scarf as she walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman adjusts her scarf as she walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran...
An Iranian woman adjusts her scarf as she walks past the window of a Benetton store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8L
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman looks in the window of a Geox store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman looks in the window of a Geox store in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman looks in the window of a Geox store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8G
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman walks past a window of an Adidas store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman walks past a window of an Adidas store in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman walks past a window of an Adidas store in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW8D
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran October 24, 2010....
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman walks past a shop window of the Mango fashion label in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW87
October 27, 2010
An Iranian man uses a fake version of a Vertu mobile phone while standing on a street in northern Tehran...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian man uses a fake version of a Vertu mobile phone while standing on a street in northern Tehran...
An Iranian man uses a fake version of a Vertu mobile phone while standing on a street in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN-ECONOMY/
RTXTW81
October 27, 2010
An Iranian woman looks on as she stands next to a Benetton shop window in northern Tehran October 24,...
Tehran, Iran
An Iranian woman looks on as she stands next to a Benetton shop window in northern Tehran
An Iranian woman looks on as she stands next to a Benetton shop window in northern Tehran October 24, 2010. While ordinary Iranians struggle to survive international sanctions and deepening economic uncertainty, the gap has widened between the disadvantaged and those who can afford to travel to Paris for a haircut. The extravagant tastes of wealthy Iranians show no signs of abating in spite of tougher sanctions targeting the Islamic state over its disputed nuclear programme. Several new shopping malls packed with designer boutiques have just opened in Tehran and cities such as Tabriz and the holy Shi'ite city of Mashhad. Picture taken on October 24, 2010. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN - Tags: SOCIETY BUSINESS)
IRAN
RTR77LI
August 13, 2000
Fatemeh Khatami, a pro-reform deputy in the Iranian parliament from the northeastern holy city of Mashhad,...
Tehran, Iran
IRANIAN PARLIAMENTARY DEPUTY PLEDGES SUPPORT FOR REFORM.
Fatemeh Khatami, a pro-reform deputy in the Iranian parliament from the northeastern holy city of Mashhad, asks for the floor August 13, 2000. The pro-reform majority read out an open letter to the nation, pledging their continued support for political and social change, one week after supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei used his powers to block deputies from easing tight press restrictions.

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