Iranians Riot After Gas-Rationing Program Begins The Iranian government abruptly announced mandatory fuel rationing on Tuesday night. Angry Iranians reacted by burning or damaging a dozen gas stations in Tehran. Gas remains inexpensive in Iran: After a 25-percent hike in prices was imposed in May, it sells at 38 cents a gallon.
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Iranians Riot After Gas-Rationing Program Begins

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Iranians Riot After Gas-Rationing Program Begins

Iranians Riot After Gas-Rationing Program Begins

Iranians Riot After Gas-Rationing Program Begins

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The Iranian government abruptly announced mandatory fuel rationing on Tuesday night. Angry Iranians reacted by burning or damaging a dozen gas stations in the country's capital, Tehran. Reporter Roxana Saberi talks with Anthony Brooks.