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DarkHunter

Large and potentially armed protest in Iran

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DarkHunter

Seems yesterday on the Iran-Pakistan border the IRGC has killed 10 civilians while they attempted to cross the border between the country.  These 10 civilians seem to of been traders of the Baloch ethnicity that have a presence in both Iran and Pakistan.  

The killing of these 10 civilians have caused wide spread protest along the border region and the protests were seemingly peaceful till the IRGC began using tear gas and live ammunition to try and stop the protesters.  Now there are reports of Baloch protesters taking over government buildings in multiple towns and cities along the border, surrounding IRGC bases in the region, and reports that the protesters are starting to arm themselves with more reports of armed Baloch people showing up at these protests.

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OverSword

Wishing them luck

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DarkHunter

Not much is currently known about what is going on as Saravan is the main city the protest are occuring in and Iran has cut off internet to the city.  Seen some pics of police vehicles flipped over and on fire along with videos of protesters breaking down the doors of various government buildings to take them over. 

Heard the IRGC is amassing inside/around the city of Saravan but that hasnt been confirmed but given how the Iranian regime normally handles protest it would not be surprising.

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