Iranians 'urged to mourn' president as funeral events begin

Credit: Sky News- Published on May 21, 2024
Anti-government protesters in Iran have told Sky News they have received calls from officials urging them to attend mourning events for late president Ebrahim Raisi.

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Published on May 21, 2024 -  03:02
Funeral Begins in Iran: Coffins of Ebrahim Raisi and His Companions on The Streets of Tabriz
Thousands of Iranians walked soberly through the streets on Tuesday for the funeral procession of President Ebrahim Raisi and seven members of his entourage who were killed in a helicopter crash. Waving Iranian flags and portraits of the late president, the mourners set off from a central square in the northwestern city of Tabriz, where Raisi was headed when his helicopter crashed on Sunday. #EbrahimRaisi #RaisiDeath #CrashSite #Visuals #RescueEfforts #HelicopterCrash #IranianTragedy #Tabriz #AyatollahAliKhamenei #FuneralProcession #IranMourns #NationalGrief #IranianLeader #RaisiFuneral #PayingRespects #PublicMourning #IranPolitics #StateFuneral #FarewellRaisi #IranNews #InMemoriam #CrowdsGather #LeaderRemembered ~HT.99~PR.152~ED.155~

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