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Sunday, 12 January 2020

British Ambassador Arrested By Iranian Government For Taking Pictures Of Protesters

A violent protest in the capital city of Tehran has led to the arrest of Rob Macaire, the UK ambassador to Iran, this was reported by Tasnim, Iran's semi-official news agency.

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Rob Macaire was at the scene of the protest that happened in front of Amir Kabir University in Tehran, he was arrested for allegedly encouraging the crowd. He was held in detention for more than an hour and was released afterwards.

Rob who got his ambassadorial appointment on April 2018, replaced Nicholas Hopton. The protesters are Iranians who gathered on the streets of Tehran to request that Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei should step down after he admitted that his government had unintentionally shot down a military plane with many Iranians on board.

Videos from the protest scenes show angry crowds who mobilised themselves at 4 locations in Tehran while chanting "Death to Liars" and demanding that the Iranian supreme leader stepped down due to the military error. What started as a sorrowful Virgil for the lives lost in the plane crash quickly turned to anger and protest against the current regime, riot police swiftly intervened and a crackdown on the protesters began with several tear gas being fired into the defiant crowd.


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