Iran: Is Fuel Rationing a Spark in a Powder Keg?

MIN READJun 27, 2007 | 23:02 GMT

Iranians watch a burning fuel station in the northwest of Tehran set ablaze by protesters on June 27, 2007.

(BEHROUZ MEHRI/AFP via Getty Images)

Tehran is trying to control public gasoline consumption. The move, which at this stage is being implemented in a controlled fashion, is highly risky since it could lead to greater social and political unrest....

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