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World Iran rejects as 'lies' unrest death tolls given abroad

11:00  03 december  2019
11:00  03 december  2019 Source:   msn.com

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Iran on Tuesday rejected as "utter lies " unofficial casualty figures given for street violence that erupted last month during demonstrations against a shock The days of unrest in Iran from November 15 saw protesters attack police stations, loot shops and torch banks and petrol stations as authorities

The authorities have not yet given any overall death toll for the unrest . But London-based human rights group Amnesty International said on Monday that Mourners attend the funeral of Revolutionary Guards commander Morteza Ebrahimi, one of the deaths during last month's unrest that the Iranian

Iran's judiciary on Tuesday rejected as "utter lies" unofficial casualty figures given for street violence that erupted last month during demonstrations against fuel price hikes.

a group of people sitting and looking at the camera: Mourners attend the funeral of Revolutionary Guards commander Morteza Ebrahimi, one of the deaths during last month's unrest that the Iranian authorities have confirmed© ATTA KENARE Mourners attend the funeral of Revolutionary Guards commander Morteza Ebrahimi, one of the deaths during last month's unrest that the Iranian authorities have confirmed

"I explicitly announce that the numbers and figures that are being given by hostile groups are utter lies and the statistics have serious differences with what they announced," judiciary spokesman Gholamhossein Esmaili said.

"They announced some numbers as well as some names... Their claimed numbers are shear lies and fabricated," he said, in remarks aired on state television.

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Iran on Tuesday rejected as "utter lies " unofficial casualty figures given for street violence that erupted last month during demonstrations against a shock decision to hike fuel prices. The authorities have not yet given any overall death toll for the unrest . - 'Tough confrontation'

Iran yesterday rejected as “utter lies ” unofficial casualty figures given for street violence that erupted last month during demonstrations against a shock decision to hike fuel prices.

"The names they have given are also lies," Esmaili said, adding that they included people who were still alive and others who passed away normally.

Protests erupted in Iran on November 15 after the shock announcement of a fuel price hike of up to 200 percent.

They were quickly quashed by authorities who also imposed a week-long near-total internet blackout.

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The authorities have not yet given any overall death toll for the unrest.

But London-based human rights group Amnesty International said on Monday that at least 208 people were killed in the crackdown.

"The number of people believed to have been killed during demonstrations in Iran that broke out on 15 November has risen to at least 208, based on credible reports received by the organisation," it said.

Amnesty, whose previous death toll was 161, added that the actual number of people killed was likely to have been higher.

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