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IRAN SAID IS UPDATING NUCLEAR DEFENCE AND MISSILES
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[Saturday, August 7, 2004]
IRAN SAID IS UPDATING NUCLEAR DEFENCE AND MISSILES
Iran revealed on Saturday 7 of August 2004 that it has a “deterrent nuclear defence” program and is improving it along its delivery system based on the Shahab-3 missile system. By Safa Haeri

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KHATAMI’S VISIT TO BAKU WOULD SOLVE NO MAJOR OUTSTANDING DISPUTESKHATAMI’S VISIT TO BAKU WOULD SOLVE NO MAJOR OUTSTANDING DISPUTES
[Thursday, August 5, 2004] Iran and the Republic of Azerbaijan signed on Thursday ten agreements and protocols aiming at improving and increasing trade between the tow neighbouring, Shi’a dominated nations.

AUTHORITIES STEPS UP REPERESSION AGAINST THE POPULATIONAUTHORITIES STEPS UP REPERESSION AGAINST THE POPULATION
[Monday, August 2, 2004] The Islamic Republic had dramatically increased the level of social repressions, mostly against women and the youngsters following the control of the Majles, according to press and eyewitnesses reports. By Safa Haeri

ERDOGAN BACK HOME FROM HIS TEHRAN VISIT EMPTY HANDSERDOGAN BACK HOME FROM HIS TEHRAN VISIT EMPTY HANDS
[Saturday, July 31, 2004] Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan came back from his official two-days visit to Tehran on Thursday evening empty hand except for a vague promise by the Iranian side to increase fight against the Turkish separatist group Kongra-Gel, formerly know as the Workers Party of (Turish) Kurdistan. By Safa Haeri

IRANIAN JUSTICE NEW RABBIT: KAZEMI DIED OF DROP OF SUGAR PRESSUREIRANIAN JUSTICE NEW RABBIT: KAZEMI DIED OF DROP OF SUGAR PRESSURE
[Wednesday, July 28, 2004] The Iranian Judiciary has taken out a new rabbit out of its sleeve, saying that Mrz. Zahra Kazemi died of a “sudden drop in her blood sugar caused by hunger strike”. By Safa Haeri

ERDOGAN IN TEHRAN TO FOSTER TIES WITH IRANERDOGAN IN TEHRAN TO FOSTER TIES WITH IRAN
[Tuesday, July 27, 2004] Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Tehran Tuesday evening for a two day official visit, during which he would discuss with the Iranians about several topics, including gas sales, a controversial dispute over an airport contract, enhancing cooperation and operations against Kurdish rebels, Iran's foreign ministry said Sunday. By Safa Haeri




AQDAM AHMADI, THE SUSPECT OF THE MURDER OF ZAHRA KAZEMI ACQUITTED.

TEHRAN FEARS POSSIBLE “TOUGH” MEASURES FROM BUSH

A DOZEN OF PROMINENT IRANIAN POLITICAL PRISONERS OBSERVES HUNGER STRIKE

IRAN US RELATIONS CONTINUE DOWNWARD TREND

AMIDST GENERAL INDIGNATION, THE IRANIAN JUDICIARY ENDED THE TRIAL OF KAZEMI’S CASE

TRIAL OF KAZEMI’S SUSPECTED MURDERER OPENED PUBLICLY

18 TIR MARKS THE RUTPTURE BETWEEN IRANIAN STUDENTS AND THE REGIME

IRAN AND CANADA RELATIONS SUFFERS OVER THE MURDER OF Ms. KAZEMI

SHARIFZADEGAN APPROVED AS NEW MINISTER WITH SMALL MAJORITY

AFGHAN POLITICIANS WANT ELECTIONS DELAYED TWO YEARS

YOUNG IRANIANS WANT FREEDOM AND SUCCESS IN LIFE

"WE SHALL NEVER FORGET 18 TIR" (8 JULY)

IRAN AND IRAQ, FUTURE LEADERS OF THE MIDDLE EAST OR BITTER ENEMIES

HASHEM AQAJARI ESCAPES DEATH PENALTY

MAKE THE MIDDLE EAST AND ASIA "FREE NUCLEAR ZONES"

AMERICANS HAVE RESUMED TALKS WITH TALEBAN IN AFGHANISTAN

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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