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Mapping the protests in Tehran

Protests erupted on the streets of Tehran following the disputed presidential poll, which saw Mahmoud Ahmadinejad returned to power.

With many foreign media correspondents facing restrictions on their reporting, the people of Iran have been using mobile phones to tell the world what is going on.

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