Thu 4 October 2012, The Independent

Iran erupts as oil embargo sends currency plunging

By Catrina Stewart
Hundreds of protesters have clashed with police in Tehran after the government attempted to stop the Iranian currency plummeting in value by cracking down on speculators, beginning with the city's black-market money changers. Related Stories Police clash with protesters in Iran as currency continues to plunge Syrian civil war threatens...
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