Iranians comment on living standards following petrol price hikes

Iranians comment on living standards following petrol price hikes

Iranians shop in Tehran and comment on living costs following the recent petrol price hike that provoked nationwide demonstrations.
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Polish president ahead by tiny margin in run-off: exit poll

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Polish democracy has 'matured' says president on election day

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Malian imam and opposition movement leader Dicko leads funeral prayers for clash victims

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PM Castex visits medicalised aircraft in French Guiana amid health crisis

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Mali clash victims' bodies brought to opposition leader's mosque

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UN restarts cross-border aid to Syria in reduced form: diplomats

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French ecology minister on awareness visit to Fontainebleau forest

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