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IRAN SAID IS UPDATING NUCLEAR DEFENCE AND MISSILES[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



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

BACK TO OLD DEMONS, THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC BID FAREWLL TO DÉTENTE

EU ACCUSES IRAN OF GROSS VIOLATIONS OF HUMAN RIGHTS

INTERNATIONAL ATOMIC AGENCY URGES IRAN STOP SUSPICIOUS NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES

IAEA OUT TO PASS HARSH RESOLUTION ON IRAN AND FOUNDS NEW NUCLEAR COVER UPS

AN ISLAMIC STATE IS INCAPABLE OF RESPONDING TO IRANIANS DEMANDS

IRAN’S THREATS AGAINST IAEA IS FOR THE DOMESTIC MARKET

REJECTING BIG 3 DEMANDS, IRAN SAYS IT WANTS BE IN THE "A CLUB"

ISLAMIC REPUBLIC'S SEX SCANDAL

IAEA WILL NOT DROP IRAN’S CASE, AS EXPECTED BY THE IRANIANS

“Like the Dead in Their Coffins: Torture, Detention, and the Crushing of Dissent in Iran”

RELATIONS DETERIORATE BETWEEN IRANIAN AND IRAQI SHI’A LEADERS

CHALABI PAYS FOR AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE BLUNDERS

IAEA ACCUSES IRAN OF HIDING ITS REAL NUCLEAR AIMS

LOSSES AND GAINS OF VOID IN IRAN-US RELATIONS

IRAN’S NEW MAJLES STARTS WORK WITH SHOUTS OF DEATH TO THE US

IRAN MIGHT HAVE LURED AMERICAN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES

SETTING EXAMPLE OF ISLAMIC JUSTICE, A JUGE BEAT JOURNALIST

ISLAM IS INCOMPATIBLE WITH DEMOCRACY

IN MAJOR SHAKE UP AT THE VVIR, ALI LARIJANI BIDS FAREWELL, REPLACED BY EZZATOLLAH ZARQAMI

IRAN EXPELLED THE GUARDIAN'S CORRESPONDENT

AS STUDENTS WARN OF LARGE DEMONSTRATIONS, AQAJARI REJECTS APPEAL

KHAMENEH’I CONDEMNS US "ATTACKS" ON IRAQ HOLY SHRINES, BUT SILENT ON IRANIAN TORTURES

EHSAFALI HEDAYAT GOES ON HUNGER STRIKE

CLOSING THE EKIA PAVES THE WAY FOR MILITARISATION OF THE REGIME

TEHRAN'S NEW INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT SHUT BY THE ARMY

IRAN, IAEA RUN FOR NEW CONFRONTATION

MOQTADA SADR URGED BY SH'IA AUTHORITIES TO LEAVE NAJAF AND KARBALA

IRAN FAILS TO GET EU'S BACKING

IRANIAN WOMEN PROTESTING RTV'S ANTI-WOMEN PROGRAMMES

EUROPE MORE RELUCTANT TO ACCEPT TURKEY AS A FULL MEMBER

IRAQI CLERICS FEAR AMERICAN WITHDRAWAL OF FALLUJA

SENIOR IRAQI CLERICS AND IRAN TAKING DISTANCES FROM SADR

DEMONSTRATORS URGE THE REGIME TO FREE POLITICAL PRISONERS

KHAMENEH'I IS RESPONSIBLE OF UN-ELECTED EXACTIONS, PRESS ASSOCIATION SAYS

FRANCE WARNED IRAN TO FULLY COMPLY WITH IAEA

IRAN PROTEST TO GERMANY FOR MYKONOS COMMEMORATIVE PLAQUE

THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC CONTINUES CRACKDOWN OF THE PRESS AND JOURNALISTS

MOQTADA SADR, THE CHAMPION OF LOSING OCCASIONS

TEHRAN BLAMED ON THE AMERICANS THE KILLING OF ITS DIPLOMAT IN BAGHDAD

IRANIAN ATTACHE SHOT DEAD IN BAGHDAD

AFTER EXPECTED RESHUFFLING, KHATAMI WOULD BECOME A DOCILE PM

NO OTHER WAY FOR IRAN BUT TO CHANGE THEOCRACY FOR DEMOCRACY

"IRAN DOES NOT WANT TO INTERVENE IN IRAQ", HASHEMI RAFSANJANI

IRAN ANNOUNCES SUSPENDING NUCLEAR ACTIVITIES

CASPIAN SEA STATES TO DISCUSS THE SEA’S STATUS

BUSH TO PUNISH COMPANIES SELLING NUCLEAR EQUIPMENTS TO IRAN

AFGHANISTAN SATISFIED WITH THE DONORS

OPEC CUTS PRODUCTION BY ONE MILLION BARRELS

FIGHTING CONTINUES IN TASHKENT, UZBEKISTAN

WHO RULES IRAN?

IN AN UNPRECEDENTED MOVE, ARAB SUMMIT WAS POSTPONED SINE DIE

ENSAFALI HEDAYAT’S OPEN LETTER TO THE IRANIAN NATION, OFFICIALS

IRAN INAUGURATED NEW URANIUM PROCESSING FACILITY

DEMOCRACY OR ISLAMOCRACY

IRANIANS ASPIRE FOR SECULARITY

IRAN CONDEMNS THE KILLING OF SHEYKH YASINE

IRANIANS CELEBRATED NEW YEAR IN RELATIVE FREEDOM

Timeline: Iran (BBC NEWS Article)

FREE ENSAFALI HEDAYAT, PRESS ORGANISATIONS URGES IRANIAN AUTHORITIES

AFTER MORE THAN FIVE YEARS IN OFFICE, KHATAMI CONCEDED DEFEAT

FIGHTING CONTINUE IS SYRIA BETWEEN KURDS AND SECURITY FORCES

FIGHTING CONTINUE IS SYRIA BETWEEN KURDS AND SECURITY FORCES

UNRESTS AND VIOLENCE CONTINUE IN SEVERAL IRANIAN CITIES

IRAN WARNED OF RECIPROCITY COUNTRIES THAT ACT AGAINST IT

IAEA RESOLUTION IS "AN UGLY OGRE WITH SHARP TEETH AND BIG HORNS"

IRAN AND IAEA ADOPT FOR SHOW DOWN

GEORGIAN PRESIDENT CALLS FOR EXPANDED RELATIONS WITH IRAN

IAEA TO PASS A STRONG RESOLUTION ON IRAN

AUTHORITIES REFUSED IRANIAN WOMEN DEMONSTRATIONS

HARD LINERS WANTS THE HEAD OF ALI AKBAR MOUSAVI-KHO’EINIA

IRAN KNOCKS AT THE WORLD’S ATOMIC CLUB

IRANIAN TEACHERS START A ONE-WEEK PROTEST STRIKE

SIGNING OF IRAQI INTERIM CONSTITUTION DELAYED ON SH’ITE OBJECTIONS

MOBARAK VOICES OPPOSITION TO THE AMERICAN GREATER MIDDLE EAST

IRANIAN NGO FILES LABEL AGAINST THE ISLAMIC REPUBLIC WITH THE ICC

TERRORIST ATTACKS ON SHI’ITES KILLED ALMOST 200 PEOPLE IN IRAQ



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