A senior spokesperson of the Iranian regime has said that the nationwide protests in Iran have spread to 160 cities since they began in December 2017. This exceeds previous figures of 147 cities.

In recent days there has been a continued surge of protests, demonstrations and strikes across many cities:

Kermanshah: Teachers resume protests over unmet demands - The teachers of Kermanshah returned to the streets and reiterated their demands in their demonstrations. Kermanshah is one of several provinces where teachers are regularly holding demonstrations.

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In Isfahan, thousands of deprived farmers gathered at Khaju Bridge and the Zayandehrood dry riverbed. They demanded their water right and the opening of water flow to Zayandehrood and protested against the failure to implement the deceptive promises of the regime.

The protesters, among whom women had a very impressive presence, then marched toward Si-o-se Pol (33Pol Bridge) in a siege of repressive forces and pushing back the ranks of the mercenaries.

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The Independent reports that Nazanin Zagheri-Ratcliffe will start a 3-day hunger strike from the 14th of January along with fellow prisoner and activist Narges Mohammadi.

Ratcliffe had made many requests for medical attention and even appealed to the authorities but the authorities 'refused to address' these issues.

According to her husband, Nazanin had mentioned that she had noticed lumps in her breast but the prison refused to allow a doctor to see her.

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