Berlin - In ongoing confrontations, Iranian police clashed
in Tehran with opposition protesters on Saturday, according to
reports reaching the German Press Agency dpa in Berlin.
The reports cited eyewitnesses as reporting a clash and that
police and riot forces had used tear gas.
Further details were not immediately available about the latest
incident in the ongoing controversy after the June 12 presidential
elections in which President Mahmoud Ahmedinejad has been declared
the winner, a result rejected by opposition groups and his chief
opponent, Mir-Hossein Moussavi.
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