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Iranian protesters say dam threatens ancient site

About 100 Iranians protested in Tehran against a new dam on Saturday, saying it threatened to damage archaeological sites in the south of the country dating to the first Persian empire almost 2,600 years ago. The protesters carried banners with symbols from Iran’s pre-Islamic Zoroastrian religion and demanded the resignation of Esfandiar Rahim Mashai, head of the state culture and heritage organisation. He has rejected such criticism in the past. Full Story

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