Money changer in Tehran
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Iran: 'Prices are going up every minute!'

Iran's currency, the rial, has plummeted and hit a record low against the US dollar.

President Ahmadinejad blames the western-led sanctions over the controversial nuclear programme, which he says amount to an "economic war" on his country.

Maryam told World Have Your Say live from Tehran how prices in Iran are literally changing by the minute.

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  • 02 Oct 2012