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AQDAM AHMADI, THE SUSPECT OF THE MURDER OF ZAHRA KAZEMI ACQUITTED.
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[Saturday, July 24, 2004]
AQDAM AHMADI, THE SUSPECT OF THE MURDER OF ZAHRA KAZEMI ACQUITTED.
Mohammad Reza Aqdam Ahmadi, the officer of the Intelligence Ministry accused of “semi-intentional manslaughter” in the case of the Iranian-Canadian photographer Zahra Kazemi was acquitted on Saturday 24 July.

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A DOZEN OF PROMINENT IRANIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS OBSERVES HUNGER STRIKEA DOZEN OF PROMINENT IRANIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS OBSERVES HUNGER STRIKE
[Wednesday, July 21, 2004] Iranian lawyer and human rights campaigner confirmed Wednesday that a dozen of prominent Iranian political personalities and students, among them Mr. Naser Zarafshan and Heshmatollah Tabarzadi are in hunger strike since two weeks ago By Safa Haeri

IRAN US RELATIONS CONTINUE DOWNWARD TRENDIRAN US RELATIONS CONTINUE DOWNWARD TREND
[Tuesday, July 20, 2004] The Islamic Republic of Iran rejected as “utterly baseless” new American allegations that it was harboring al-Qa’eda leaders and could have been linked to the 11 September 2001 attacks carried by this organization against World Trade Center in New York and the Pentagon in Washington. By Safa Haeri

AMIDST GENERAL INDIGNATION, THE IRANIAN JUDICIARY ENDED THE TRIAL OF KAZEMI’S CASEAMIDST GENERAL INDIGNATION, THE IRANIAN JUDICIARY ENDED THE TRIAL OF KAZEMI’S CASE
[Sunday, July 18, 2004] The surprising decision of the president of the tribunal that tries an Intelligence Ministry’s agent accused of the death of Iranian-Canadian photographer Zahra Kazemi points to a hot confrontation among the Iranian ruling conservatives, according to political analysts.

TRIAL OF KAZEMI’S SUSPECTED MURDERER OPENED PUBLICLYTRIAL OF KAZEMI’S SUSPECTED MURDERER OPENED PUBLICLY
[Saturday, July 17, 2004] The trial of Mr. Mohammad Reza Aqdam Ahmadi, a 43 years-old agent of the Intelligence Ministry the Judiciary says is suspected of the murder of Ms. Zahra Kazemi, an Iranian-Canadian photographer started Saturday in Tehran.




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HASHEM AQAJARI ESCAPES DEATH PENALTY

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IRAN VERY SERIOUS ABOUT RESUMING NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES

IRAN’S NUCLEAR AMBITIONS

THE IRANIAN MILITARY GHOUL IS OUT OF BOTTLE

IRAN RELEASED BRITISH BOATS AND CREW

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