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Betrayal: An SAS hero of the Iranian Embassy siege has slammed a new film about the daring mission calling it an 'insult' to the memory of those soldiers who took part.

Pictured: Stills from the film showing a reenactment of the siege 'Appalling': Former SAS man Robin Horsfall, who took part in the Iranian Embassy siege, said it was totally wrong for the makers of ' 6 Days ' to claim the film was an accurate re-telling of the events in 1980.

The film is based on Firmin's book about the rescue and he was also an advisor on film which is a co-production between GFC Films and the New Zealand Film Commission.

The government has confirmed the deaths, but said the men were killed by 'foreign agents' and not the security forces.

Video posted on social media showed two young men lying on the ground and covered with blood as a voice over said they had been shot dead by police.

Semi-official conservative outlets confirmed an evening attack on a town hall in Tehran and showed protesters attacking banks and municipal buildings in other parts of the country.'Those who damage public property, disrupt order and break the law must be responsible for their behaviour and pay the price,' Interior Minister Abdolrahman Rahmani Fazli said on state television early on Sunday.'The spreading of violence, fear and terror will definitely be confronted,' he added.

US President Donald Trump weighed in, saying 'oppressive regimes cannot endure forever'.

The Iranian regime has warned protesters will 'pay the price' after demonstrators burned flags, attacked government buildings and set fire to pictures of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in a third night of unrest.