Mixed messages in Iran over Iranian president vows to expand 1 day ago   04:46

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We take a look at Iranians' use of social media and the restrictions placed on them, this as the country marks 40 years since the 1979 Revolution. Rouhani has spoken out against censorship and argues for a plurality of voices online yet Instagram may soon follow Twitter, Facebook and YouTube in becoming banned.

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synco pated
LOL, IRANIAN WOMEN CAN'T LEAVE THE HOUSE TO WORK? LIZARD EATING FRENCH WISHED THEY HAD 1/10TH OF FEMALE ENGINEERS AND DOCTORS OF IRAN. LOL. NO WONDER FRANCE IS US'S SLAVE
Kiumars [Iranian Kurd]
We want porn
mohsen rahpish
Fake news
Iqbal Mohamed
LMFAO..... NARRATIVES DYING,.....😁😁😁..EU=IRAN
Jimbo Jones
40 years the French have been paying for hot and cold war with Iran without any results. That's why they are out in the streets with yellow vests,
Abe Thomas
Old people want to be young
Noob Saibot
first solve your own problems... people in both cities and villages in france cant even buy their own daily needs and you guys are concerned about others... french people are dying and they will bring this evil macaroni regime down.
Raul R.
Congratulations to the Islamic Revolution of Iran in its 40 years! Who dismantled the monarchy that ruled the Persian country. There is still a long way to go before Iran becomes a free country. They must give more rights and freedoms to Iranian women and respect the human rights of homosexuals as well as abolish the death penalty that is applied in the Islamic republic.
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Iranian president vows to expand Mixed messages in Iran over 1 day ago   02:18

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Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said on Feb. 11 that Iran was determined to expand its military power and ballistic missile program despite mounting pressure from hostile countries to curb Iran's defensive work, state TV reported.

Rouhani, addressing tens of thousands gathered to mark the 40th anniversary of Iran's Islamic revolution, also vowed Iran would defeat U.S. sanctions, re-imposed after President Donald Trump withdrew from Tehran's nuclear accord with world powers last year.

U.S. President Donald Trump pulled out of Iran's 2015 nuclear deal with world powers last year and re-imposed sanctions on Tehran, dealing a blow to the country's economy.

Iranian officials at the time said the move amounted to "economic warfare."

Regional power Saudi Arabia and other Sunni Arab countries have viewed Shi'ite Iran with great suspicion since the Islamic Revolution took hold, fearing its leader Khomeini would export his ideology across the Middle East.

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