Students on strike as Iranian protests spread. After the 1979 revolution in Iran, anti-regime protests showed no signs of waning. On Tuesday we left behind, university students in the country held a sit-in strike.
In this context, young people living in Tehran, Isfahan and other major cities opposed the authorities’ warnings to participate in demonstrations in response to pressure that killed 450 protesters.
As it is remembered, 22-year-old Mahsa Amini, who was Kurdish because of wearing the headscarf “insufficient modesty” 7 weeks ago, was killed in custody by the morality police.
As the demonstrations were broadcast across the country, the regime tried many ways to discourage it. However, students on strike as Iranian protests spread. In this context, “enemy agents” were accused and accused of betraying the memory of Iranians who lost their lives in the Iraq war in the 1980s.
But that tactic backfired, with a war veteran’s statement on Tuesday. It was stated that the martyrs were looking after them, but they also watched the stealing of public funds, discrimination, plagiarism and shedding money. It was also said that people were shot at with war weapons.
Grain ships depart from Ukrainian ports as Russian missiles cut power across the country
While all these events were going on, grain ships sail from Ukraine ports as Russian missiles knock out power across country.
On the Sunday we left behind, ships carrying grain set off from Ukrainian ports. Ukraine’s president said in July that his country will continue to implement the program mediated by the UN and Turkey, aimed at ensuring the flow of food products to world markets.
At the press conference, he also stated that they offer stability to the food production market. However, Moscow also expressed that it is unacceptable for ships to pass through the Black Sea security corridor, which Ukraine uses for a military operation against Russia.
Russia’s defence ministers did not say what Russia would do if the ships continued their course. However, he stated that he did not withdraw from the agreement, only suspended it.
Moscow said it suspended the Black Sea fleet on Saturday after it said there was a Ukrainian drone attack. While these were going on, Russian missiles continued to rain on the 250th day of the war, which has been going on since the Ukraine invasion on February 24. There were explosions in the capital and black smoke rose into the sky.