Monday, June 15, 2009

In Iran, arrested by Dutch journalists.

Iran detained two Dutch journalists who worked on the presidential election. Correspondents and operator channel Nederland 2 ordered immediately to leave the country, reported AFP.
The journalists were arrested during a shooting in front of the headquarters of the opposition presidential candidate, former Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi Iran. Police seized footage from the Dutch seized the material and permission to shoot.
Earlier, the Iranian authorities without explanation closed the bureau television Al-Arabiya "in Tehran. British Broadcasting Corporation BBC laid on Iran responsible for the interference of the satellite, which broadcasts via the BBC channel in Farsi.
According to official figures, a victory in the presidential elections in Iran won the incumbent President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. Supporters of the opposition did not recognize the results of the vote and took to the streets. According to recent data, as a result of clashes with the police arrested about 170 people.
Moussaoui urged his supporters to continue the massive intervention, but did not make the riots. On Sunday, he filed a formal protest with a request to cancel the election results. In addition, Moussaoui turned to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Iran for permission to hold a national rally on Monday, June 15.

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