Iran: government warns demonstrators if they don't stop

The Iranian government has warned protesters they will pay a price if their demonstrations continue.

    The Iranian government has warned protesters they will pay a price if their demonstrations continue.

    Two protesters were killed in the city of Dorud on Saturday night, though there's confusion over who's responsible for the deaths.

    Now the government has banned some social media apps, as it moves to contain the unrest.

    Al Jazeera's Peter Sharp reports.


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