We stand with the proud people of Iran because it is right, and because the regime in Tehran threatens the peace and security of the world.
The president's tweets haven't called for violence or disruptive acts, but he has commended the protests, expressing "such respect for the people of Iran as they try to take back their corrupt government" and pledging "great support from the United States".
Iranian UN Ambassador Gholamali Khoshroo echoed Nebenzia, saying "one can only gasp at the hypocrisy" of the USA accusing Iran of suppressing protests.
The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) remained divided to discuss the situation in Iran and most UNSC members criticized the United States for exploiting the issue.
The protests do not threaten worldwide peace and security, French Ambassador to the UN Francois Delattre said, in what might be an implicit criticism of the US.
Almost 20 people have died during the anti-government protests that began on December 28 in Mashhad, Iran's second-largest city, over the condition of the economy and food inflation.
"According to reports carried by official Iranian media, more than 20 Iranians, including a teenage boy and a policeman, have died during the protests", said Zerihoun, adding that Iran's Ministry of the Interior stated that over 1,000 protesters have been detained, although many may have since been released.
Google brings voice assistant to speaker screens So at least right now, it looks like Google could be used more widely than the Echo Show at least in terms of software. It's in speakers , TVs, headphones and I wouldn't be surprised to see it turn up in a fridge before the week is out.
Raees, Hasan limit New Zealand to 257 on slow pitch They then crawled past their own previous lowest one-day score, the 43 they scored in 1993 against the West Indies in Cape Town. The New Zealand team comfortably won the encounter after Pakistan team were 60 odd runs short in a rain-affected game.
Iran has also seen three days of large pro-government demonstrations.
The United States, which has voiced support for the anti-government protests that have swept Iran over the past week, called for the emergency session.
Some 4,000 people - including former lawmakers, journalists, students and foreign nationals - were arrested in connection with those protests.
"The real reason for convening today's meaning is not an attempt to protect human rights or promote the interests of the Iranian people, but rather a veiled attempt to seize the current moment to continue to undermine the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA)".
He could opt to reimpose the sanctions and risk collapse of the accord, a move that Friday's United Nations session showed would leave the US isolated. "We will not be quiet", Haley said, dismissing any attempts to paint the protesters as "puppets of foreign powers". The government has suspended access to the messaging app Telegram, which was being used to publicize the protests.
Analysts say there is a chance he may use the latest unrest as a pretext to reimpose sanctions.
Swedish Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom came under fire this week after she spoke with the national media about Sweden's "great concern and dismay" about the events in Iran, but expressed skepticism about the need for a meeting at the United Nations.
Mr Trump has also repeatedly threatened to decertify the landmark global deal to curb Iran's nuclear programme, a move which could cause the 2015 accord to unravel and that has been bitterly criticised by other signatories, including France. State television showed rallies in cities including Amol, Semnan and Shadegan waving Iranian flags and chanting "Death to America", "Death to Israel" and "Death to Britain".
Meanwhile, thousands of government supporters staged rallies for a fifth day in a backlash against the biggest anti-government protests since widespread unrest in 2009 over alleged election fraud.
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Two turnovers, a pair of sacks, six tackles for loss and seven quarterback hurries is plenty of disruption to win a messy game. The Wentz-less Birds will have a tough task this Saturday, as the Falcons are one of the hottest teams around the league.
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Buzzfeed published the dossier in its entirety almost a year ago, which it said it obtained from a source it didn't identify. Fusion GPS similarly faces several lawsuits related to its work on the dossier.
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Ex-Tide star Foster arrested on marijuana charge
The former Alabama product played in 10 games a year ago with San Francisco, still finishing second on the team with 59 tackles. Foster was charged with second-degree marijuana possession in Tuscaloosa , home of his alma mater, the University of Alabama.
FDA putting new limits on cold medicine for children
Some codeine cough medicines are available OTC in a few states, and FDA is also considering regulatory action for these products. For those children in whom cough treatment is necessary, alternative medicines are available.
CDC: Reported flu cases are rising
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Sales tax collection case headed to Supreme Court
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Trump found to be in 'excellent health' after his 1st physical
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Man confesses to 1993 murder in emotional TV interview
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