“Technical experts are fixing the problem and soon the refuelling process will return to normal,” said state broadcaster IRIB as angry motorists were stranded in long lines at shuttered stations.
Turkey announced new cases late Monday as it continues efforts to curb coronavirus spread. This is what's happening with the pandemic around the world on March 16:
Tehran appears more panicked in its response to these protests, which have claimed more than 100 lives across Iran. The government links them to ongoing protests in Iraq and Lebanon.
Several people have died in the past three weeks amid the often violent political clashes.
Many stores and gas stations were closed and travel between some cities was impeded as protesters blocked roads. Police also erected barricades near the presidential palace and fired tear gas to drive away demonstrators.
About 150,000 people flocked to see this year's rain-fed flaming orange patches of poppies lighting up the hillsides near the Southern California city of Lake Elsinore.
Venezuela's self-proclaimed president, Juan Guaido, ordered Congress to change leadership at the state oil company PDVSA, following US sanctions on the oil sector.
A group called the Red Scarves are holding demonstrations across Paris to counter the Yellow Vests protests.
The attack marks the deadliest shooting in Texas history, with victims ranging in age from 17 months to 77 years old.
Several gas stations have run out of petrol because of the political crises in the country. According to the former Venezuelan deputy energy minister, the country with the world's largest oil reserves can no longer satisfy its own demand.
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