Iran death toll rises as protests continue    

Demonstrations stoked by anger over cost of living continue across the country, claiming at least eight lives overnight.

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9 more people killed, 100 arrested overnight as nationwide protests in Iran continue – local media
At least 9 people were killed and some 100 were arrested overnight as unrest across Iran entered a sixth day, Iranian media said. The country’s supreme leader accused “enemies of Iran” of orchestrating the demonstrations.

Iranian President Rouhani calls for unity as death toll rises in unrest
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tried to downplay the significance of sometimes violent protests across his country that have left 12 people dead in the biggest challenge to the authority of the Tehran regime since mass demonstrations in 2009.

Iran's ruler blames unrest on 'enemies'
Ayatollah Ali Khamenei says Iran's enemies stirred protests that have claimed over 20 lives.

Police arrest 450 protesters in Iran as Supreme Leader accuses enemies of meddling in country's affairs
Clashes overnight between protesters and security forces in Iran have left nine people dead, state TV reports said, amid reports around 450 people have been arrested during three days of protest the capital Tehran.  The demonstrations, the largest to strike Iran since its disputed 2009 presidential election, have seen six days of unrest across the country and a death toll of at least 20.