Thursday's protest in front of the Swiss Embassy, which represents US interests, in Tehran
The agreement was signed in Lahore between representatives of Iranian and Pakistani Chambers of Commerce.http://www.mehrnews.com/fa/newsdetail.aspx?NewsID=1695745
1555 GMT: Currency Watch. The website Pana claims that foreign exchange traders are using wireless devices at Istanbul Square in Tehran to sell dollars and that, despite threats to shut down "illegal" vendors, the Central Bank is not intervening.
Pana says the traders are getting up to 28000 Rials per dollar, higher than the 23880:1 to 25000:1 posted by Iranian media on Thursday.