As pressures ascend between Iran, the United States and its partners, the BBC has been given uncommon access to Iran.

Iranians stay irate that President Donald Trump hauled out of the atomic arrangement a year ago and has forced pulverizing sanctions on the nation.

Our reporter Martin Patience, alongside cameraman Nik Millard and maker Cara Swift, have been in Tehran and the heavenly city of Qom, conversing with Iranians about the heightening emergency.

While in nation, recording access was controlled – similarly as with every single outside medium the group was joined by an administration delegate consistently.


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