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Yemen minister on Iran protests: People in Houthi-controlled areas to join soon
The protests that have erupted in Iran reveal the Iranian regime’s failed attempt to “dominate the region” and are the “inevitable result of the failed policies [it has] pursued,” Yemen’s Information Minister Moammar al-Eryani said. (Supplied)

Yemen will soon join Iran, Iraq, and Lebanon in “confront Iranian policies” that have led to “chaos and terrorism,” and Yemenis living in areas controlled by Iran-backed Houthi militia will not remain silent, Yemen’s Information Minister Moammar al-Eryani said on Monday.


The protests that have erupted in Iran reveal the Iranian regime’s failed attempt to “dominate the region” and are the “inevitable result of the failed policies pursued,” al-Errani added.


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Anti-government protests erupted in over 93 Iranian cities since the country imposed petrol rationing and raised pump prices by at least 50 percent on Friday.


Thirty-six people have died since protests erupted on Friday, according to Radio Farda.