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Iran's opposition leader today declared he was ready to die in defence of the right to hold peaceful protests against the government.

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Nephew of opposition leader Mousavi is among five killed after security forces open fire, say eyewitnesses

Cleric's funeral breathes life into Iran's protest movement

Clashes with security forces as huge crowds turn out to mourn religious leader who supported reform

Iran's top dissident cleric Montazeri dies

Iran's senior dissident cleric, Grand Ayatollah Hossein Ali Montazeri, has died, official media reported on today. He was 87.

Iran 'testing nuclear bomb part'

The prospect of fresh tension between the UK and Iran arose today after a document emerged suggesting the Middle Eastern country was working on testing a key nuclear bomb part.

Iranian leader warns reformists

Ayatollah Ali Khamenei accuses opposition of insulting the memory of nation's founder

Iranian hardliners lash out at opposition after protests

Theological students rally against "insult" to Khomeini

Iran says it needs 20 enrichment sites

Iran's vice-president said today his country needs 20 industrial-scale uranium enrichment facilities, a potentially dramatic expansion of its nuclear program in defiance of UN demands.

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