Protests show Iran’s social contract is broken
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The death of a young woman detained by Iran’s ‘morality police’ has sparked nationwide protests that the government is struggling to control. Gideon talks to Iranian analyst Sanam Vakil about what the unrest tells us about the weakening authority of the regime that has been in place for the past 40 years.
Clips: BBC, France 24
How Iranian students are shaping anti regime protests
Iran’s Ayatollah Khamenei blames US and Israel for street protests
Mahsa Amini has become a potent symbol for women in Iran
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