Iranian protesters angry at worsening economy

Demonstrations have grown and spread from small towns to the bigger cities.

    A riot at a religious school in Tehran is the latest in months of anti-government protests by Iranians nationwide.

    The protesters are angry at water shortages, power cuts and the worsening economy.

    Demonstrations have grown and spread from small towns to the bigger cities.

    Al Jazeera's Zein Basravi reports from Tehran, Iran.


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