* Petrol price quadruples overnight * Subsidy cuts a political risk for Ahmadinejad * Heavy police presence during night, things calm Sunday By Mitra Amiri TEHRAN, Dec 19 (Reuters) - The price of gasoline in Iran rose four-fold on Sunday while a heavy police presence ensured there was no repeat of rioting seen the last time the government restricted access to heavily subsidised fuel. Motorists had been expecting the rise for the last three months as part of President Mahmoud ...
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