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Tuesday, September 28, 2004THE HATE OF THE PEOPLE REACHING EXPLOSION POINTThe demonstrations that took place on Sunday 26 September 2004 shows above all the degree of the hate the Iranians have for the ruling ayatollahs and the vulnerability of the Islamic Republic.
A HUMILIATED KHATAMI CANCELLS VISIT TO TURKEYSunday, September 26, 2004 Iran’s embattled President Mohammad Khatami reported sine die an official visit to Turkey, scheduled for Tuesday 28 September 2004, the government’s spokesman Abollah Ramezanzadeh announced Sunday at the end of cabinet’s meeting.
ALL IRAN’S NUCLEAR-RELATED SITES WORK PERFECTLYSaturday, September 25, 2004 Iran reiterated on Saturday that its determination to reach full nuclear circle was non negotiable, but at the same time repeated that since the project is for civilian purposes, it would continue cooperating with both the European trio and the international nuclear watchdog.
HARD LINE MAJLES DEALT A HEAVY BLOW TO KHATAMI'S GOVERNMENTThursday, September 23, 2004 Iran's conservative-dominated Majles, or parliament dealt the government of powerless Mohammad Khatami a major blow by approving, with a small majority, a bill that imposes on the government serious strings when it signs major deals with foreign firms.
INTERNATIONAL COMMUNITY ALARMED AT IRAN’S NUCLEAR POSITIONTuesday, September 21, 2004 The Islamic Republic of Iran, in a visible defiance and disdain for the international community, announced Tuesday that on line with its nuclear policy, it has “successfully” converted tones of yellow cake into refined uranium gas.
IRAN OFFERS STICK AND CARROT TO THE IAEA, EUROPE AND USSunday, September 19, 2004 Hojjatoleslam Hasan Rohani, the Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council (SNSC) announced on Sunday 19 September 2004 that Iran refuses any resolution which binds it to suspend its uranium enrichment process
IRAN WARNED IAEA TO REPORT IT TO THE INTERNATIONAL COURT OF JUSTICEFriday, September 17, 2004 Iran warned the IAEA that if its Board of Governors passes a resolution imposing on Iran to terminate its uranium enrichment, Iran might opt for lodging a complaint with the International Court of Justice.
AS TEHRAN AND WASHINGTON EXCHANGE ACCUSATIONS, US AND EU GET TOGETHER ON IRANThursday, September 16, 2004 As the European Union’s so-called “Big 3” and the United States reached an agreement on a draft resolution concerning Iran’s controversial nuclear activities, the regime’s former president Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani warned the Europeans that there are limits to Iran’s capacity for compromise.
AS IAEA SOFT PEDALS, OPEC TAKES OVER ON THE NEWS HEADLINESTuesday, September 14, 2004 The usually calm city of Vienna continue to be one of the world’s most news generating point, as alongside of the ongoing battle in the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) over the controversial Iranian nuclear activities, ministers from the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) are also here to discuss the situation of oil markets, as prices hovers around 40 dollars per barrel.
THERE IS NO DEADLINE FOR IRAN, SAYS IAEA BOSSMonday, September 13, 2004 The international nuclear watchdog agency, the European Union's "Big 3" in the one hand and the Islamic Republic of Iran on the other continued their exchange of nice words and compliments coupled with threats on Monday in Vienna.
NO MAJOR DECISION ON IRAN'S ISSUE EXPECTED AT IAEA "FOR NOW"Sunday, September 12, 2004 "There would be no surprises at the tomorrow (Monday) meeting of the directors of the International Atomic Agency in relation to Iran's nuclear activities", an informed source speculated in the Austrian Capital on Sunday.
AS IRAN STANDS FIRM ON NUCLEAR ISSUE, EU MOVES CLOSER TO THE USFriday, September 10, 2004 As Britain, France and Germany adopted a tougher language, if not attitude towards Iran, going closer to the position of the United States, Tehran reiterated Friday commitments to its nuclear ambitions.
ISLAMIC IRAN, ORTHODOX ARMENIA, STRANGE BEDFELLOWSThursday, September 9, 2004 President Mohammad Khatami described the relationship between the Islamic Republic of Iran and the orthodox Christian Armenia as a benchmark of peaceful co-existence and cooperation between neighbours.
ELECTIONS CAMPAINING STARTED IN AFGANISTANWednesday, September 8, 2004 Candidates to the next month's presidential election in Afghanistan started campaigning on Tuesday 7 September, with the present Prime Minister-President Hamid Karzai, the favourite of the Americans, given by most analysts as the victor.
IRANIAN BASIJI WOMEN DENOUNCED FRANCE’S ANTI-HEJAB LAWSSunday, September 5, 2004 Several Iranian fundamentalist women demonstrated Sunday in front of the French Embassy in Tehran denouncing what they described as France’s “anti-hejab interdiction laws”.
IRAN INSISTS THAT IT IS NOT ENRICHING URANIUMSunday, September 5, 2004 The Islamic Republic of Iran on Sunday repeated that it was still going on with its commitment to suspend uranium enrichment.
IRANIAN OPPOSITION URGES TEHRAN TO RESPECT NUCLEAR DEALSSaturday, September 4, 2004 As international pressures increases on the Islamic Republic of Iran concerning its controversial nuclear projects, several Iranian opposition personalities and groups urged the Iranian clerical-led authorities to stop at once all suspicious atomic activities.