Two people were arrested following the protests that greeted Iranian President Hassan Rowhani's return from the United States after his landmark phone call with President Barack Obama, media reported Sunday.
Dozens of young Islamists had gathered at Tehran airport to vent their frustration after the moderate president spoke to his American counterpart. "Two people have been arrested... Anyone not wearing a shoe should have been stopped, but in fact two people were arrested," deputy police chief Said Montazer-ol-Mehdi was quoted as saying by the ISNA news agency. (AFP)