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Several French intelligence agents arrested during protests: Iran state TV

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Several French intelligence agents were arrested in relation to protests in Iran, the country’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi told state TV on Wednesday.

“People of other nationalities were arrested in the riots, some of whom played a big role. There were elements from the French intelligence agency and they will be dealt with according to the law,” Vahidi said.

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The Islamic Republic has accused Western countries of stoking nationwide protests after the death of Mahsa Amini on September 16 in the custody of the country’s morality police.

Last week, France’s Foreign Minister Catherine Colonna said a total of seven French nationals were detained in Iran.

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