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There is much unrest among the chieftains and the warriors," replied E-Thas.
In the evening twilight, and later whenever the night was not dark, Silas looked out on that narrow prospect round the Stone-pits, listening and gazing, not with hope, but with mere yearning and unrest.
After the unrests, thousands of Iranian people took to the streets across the country, including the capital Tehran, on consecutive days to show their solidarity with the Islamic Republic and condemn the recent scattered riots in some areas of the country.
Sina Qanbari who was arrested during the last week's unrests has hanged himself at a WC in the prison, Mohebi added.
In recent times, however, student unrests have acquired national scale and mobilizational capacity, that they constitute serious threats to the political authority and perhaps national security (Ikelegbe, 1992, Onwuejeogwu, 1992)
Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has said that the US will pay for the damages his country suffered during the recent political unrests.
They also called on all parties to support finding a political solution as the only way to settle the prolonged unrests in Syria.
Media reports suggest that security officials have detained at least 1000 rioters during the last week's unrests in Iran.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The Saudi police shot and detained two men, including one wanted in connection with recent unrests in the oil-producing Eastern Province, state media said on Tuesday.
A judiciary official in the western province of Loreestan has denied an earlier report suggesting that a European citizen was arrested during the recent unrests in the province.
Tel Aviv, Washington and some Arab capitals have been staging various plots in the hope of increasing unrests in Syria.