rotesters have clashed with police exterior the Iranian embassy in London as they name for an finish to the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Dozens of demonstrators gathered on the embassy in Princes Gate, Knightsbridge, London, on Sunday afternoon.
It comes as protests in Iranian cities have unfold internationally, sparked by the loss of life of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in custody after being detained by Iranian morality police.
Offended protesters might be seen shouting and pushing towards officers who had shaped a line in entrance of the embassy.
Crowds chanted “Dying to the Islamic Republic” and waved Iran’s former nationwide flag from earlier than 1979.
Footage shared on-line additionally confirmed violent altercations breaking out amongst these within the crowd.
One specific clip reveals two officers wrestling a protester to the bottom who seems to have damaged by way of the police line.
Elsewhere, riot police might be seen attempting to clear protesters off the highway close to Marble Arch.
Scotland Yard mentioned a number of cops have been injured through the protests, though none are considered significantly harm.
The pressure mentioned the group confirmed “substantial group intent on inflicting dysfunction”, as protesters beached the police strains and threw missiles at officers.
5 folks had been arrested on suspicion of violent dysfunction offences, the pressure mentioned.
“A big policing presence will stay in and across the space to observe the state of affairs,” the Met Police mentioned.
By 7.30pm, the protesters had been cleared from the realm exterior the Iranian embassy, however handful of cops remained exterior the constructing.
There was little signal of the scenes from earlier within the day, aside from just a few battered protest posters.
A photograph of Mahsa Amini might be seen on one poster, whereas one other mentioned “cease execution in Iran”.
It comes after Iran’s international ministry mentioned on Sunday it had summoned Britain’s ambassador Simon Shercliff over what it described as a hostile environment created by London-based Farsi language media shops.