Iran summons British envoy over media coverage of protests


Iran has summoned the British ambassador in Tehran to protest what it called the role of London-based Persian language media in “instigating riots” in the country.

In a Sunday statement, the Iranian Foreign Ministry said the envoy was summoned in response to a “hostile environment” created by Persian language media based in London against Iran in the wake of the death of a 22-year-old Iranian woman in police custody.

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