Since Iran’s most powerful military commander, General Qasem Soleimani, was killed in a US air strike on 3 January, hundreds of thousands of civilians have taken to the streets. There is anger at the US for his death, but also against the government for its response.The BBC’s Middle East correspondent, Martin Patience, explains what’s going…

Since Iran’s most extremely efficient protection force commander, Total Qasem Soleimani, used to be killed in a US air strike on 3 January, millions of civilians have taken to the streets.

There may be enrage on the US for his death, but also towards the authorities for its response.

The BBC’s Center East correspondent, Martin Patience, explains what’s occurring in the country.

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