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Baseless Claims on Three Iranian Islands
Monday, April 14, 2008
The Islamic Republic of Iran has categorically rejected UAE’s baseless claims as to the Iranian islands of Lesser Tunb, Greater Tunb, and Abu Mousa and has noted that the islands are inseparable parts of the Iranian territory.
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Israel’s Hit-and-Run War Crimes
Monday, April 14, 2008
The Zionist regime’s army started a new round of assaults against the Gaza Strip on Friday, killing and wounding several Palestinians, while the international community, and most conspicuously Arab leaders, remained silent.
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From Distorting History to Repeating a Baseless Claim
Saturday, April 12, 2008
The Islamic Republic of Iran categorically rejects the United Arab Emirates’ baseless claims over the Iranian islands of Abu Mousa, Greater Tunb and Lesser Tunb and reiterates that those islands are eternal and undeniable parts of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
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Last Tango in Sochi
Saturday, April 12, 2008
You could have chopped the chill as George and Vladimir emerged from their final round with differences as far apart as the White House and the Black Sea.
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Middle East Bracing for a Hot Spring
Saturday, April 12, 2008
Israel launched its biggest domestic military maneuvers ever on April 6, 2008, which covered all the country from the northernmost to southernmost parts of the Occupied Palestine. The maneuvers, which were unprecedented since 1948, began with the sound of sirens from al-Jalil in the northernmost part of Israel to its southernmost regions. In parallel, the Israeli army started military exercises for protection of security in Israeli cities.
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Iran, Pakistan Look to the Future
Friday, April 4, 2008
Cultural and religious affinities have linked Iran and Pakistan as two neighbors.
Politically, the two countries also share common views toward many regional and international issues and the two sides have been pushing for settling regional conflicts through dialogue.
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Security Council Adopts Resolution 1803 against Iran
Friday, April 4, 2008
Finally and after a long delay, representatives of 15 members of the United Nations Security Council adopted an anti-Iran resolution proposed by Britain and France on Monday, March 3, 2008. Resolution 1803 (the third resolution imposing sanctions on Iran) was adopted through 14 ayes and one abstention (Indonesia).
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Lessons of the 3rd Resolution: Opportunities Offered by a Threat
Monday, March 24, 2008
If managers of our society do their job suitably and make the most of young talents, just in the same way that they did about the nuclear technology, hope, dynamism, and self-reliance is sure to bud in our country.
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Zionist Regime's Brutal Raids on Northern Gaza
Sunday, March 9, 2008
The Zionist regime has launched a series of brutal raids on northern Gaza, killing over 120 Palestinians, about half identified by medical workers as civilians, leaving the Gaza Strip's public health system on brink of collapse.
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IAEA 2/22 Report in the Eye of an Iranian
Tuesday, February 26, 2008
If the wise people in the international community have come to the conclusion that Iran’s nuclear issue can and must be resolved through negotiations and peaceful means, now is the best time to show signs of this attitude irrespective of the obstructions and excuses sought by certain powers.
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