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COVID-19 Disorder Tracker: Two month review – Middle East (22 Mar – 16 May 2020) – Iran (Islamic Republic of)

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Two months into the COVID-19 pandemic, ACLED takes stock of key trends in political violence and protest activity across the Middle East.* This infographic is part of a special CDT Recap series reviewing eight weeks of data and analysis published as part of our COVID-19 Disorder Tracker.*

For more information, see the CDT Spotlight reports referenced in this recap: Iran, Israel/Palestine, Lebanon, Turkey, Yemen, and Islamic State activity in Iraq and Syria.

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