Iran announces arrests over schoolgirl poisonings
12 March 2023 | 3:04 pm
Leaders in Iran announced several arrests amid an ongoing wave of school poisonings. Tehran's Interior Ministry has accused some of those arrested of having ties to "foreign-based dissident media."
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