29 November 2011

British embassy attack in Iran: live - Telegraph

Iran body passes law to expel British ambassador
A bill to downgrade Iran's relations with Britain got final approval on Monday, state broadcaster IRIB reported, a day after parliament approved the measure compelling the government to expel the British ambassador.

Iranian legislature votes to expel British ambassador and the people celebrate riot.

British embassy attack in Iran: live - Telegraph:
• Union flag torn down replaced with Iran flag
• Protesters brandish looted Queen Elizabeth II portrait
• Windows smashed and documents being thrown from them
• Chants of 'death to England' by dozens of protesters
Attack day after law passed to expel ambassador

British embassy attack in Iran: live
Live coverage as Iranian protesters storm and loot the British embassy in Tehran, tearing down the Union flag and throwing petrol bombs.
13.13 Damien McElroy tweets:
A new group called "The Muslim Students Followers of the Supreme Leader' issues statement, signed in blood, claims embassy breach

13.07 The sanctions were part of a coordinated raft of unilateral measures announced on November 14 by Britain, the United States and Canada to further pressure Iran to halt its controversial nuclear programme.

Britain has threatened to act "robustly" if Iran's foreign ministry follows through by kicking out its ambassador, Dominick Chilcott, who took up his post only last month.
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