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Saturday, March 26, 2005THE FRIDAY AFTER-SOCCER DEADS IS BAD NEWS FOR THE MULLAHRCHYAt least six people were killed Friday 25 March 2005 and more than 40 others wounded, some of them critically at the end of a decisive soccer match between Iran and Japan, making it the worst after-soccer incidents in Iran.
IRAN-EU NUCLEAR TALKS TO CONTINUEWednesday, March 23, 2005 Started amidst fears of a clash, if not outright breaking, the last round of nuclear negotiations between Iran and the European Union’s three main powers, namely France, Germany and Britain ended Wednesday in Paris with the two sides deciding to continue the talks.
TIME HAS ARRIVED TO TRANSFORM ELECTIONS INTO REFERENDUM: ABBAS AMIR ENTEZAMSaturday, March 19, 2005 In a letter published on the occasion of the Iranian New Year, one of Iran’s most respected and popular political dissident called Saturday 19 March 2005 on the Iranian people to transform the occasion of the forthcoming presidential elections into a national movement for referendum.
NOW ROUZ, THE STRUGGLE OF DAY AND NIGHTThursday, March 17, 2005
ALL Iranians, whatever their religious beliefs, language or origins and wherever they live, are strongly attached to Now Rouz, meaning New Year.
OIL MARKETS FIRM DESPITE RISE IN OPEC OUTPUTWednesday, March 16, 2005 The Organisation of Petroleum Producing Countries (OPEC) decided Wednesday to increase its production ceiling by 500,000 barrels per day (BPD) to 27.700 million BPD “effective immediately", the cartel’s president Sheikh Fahad Ahmad al Ahmad al Sabah of Kuwait announced.
PEOPLE CLASHED WITH SECURITY FORCES OVER CHAHAR SHANBEH SOURITuesday, March 15, 2005 Serious but sporadic clashes opposed Tuesday many young Iranians to security and police forces, leaving several injured, according to eyewitnesses.
PLANE-LOAD OF ANTI-AYATOLLAH IRANIANS DEMONSTRATED IN BRUSSELSThursday, March 10, 2005 A group of Iranians describing themselves as supporters of Monarchy forced Thursday a Lufthansa passenger plane to land in Brussels and in a statement, denounced the crimes committed by the clerical rulers of their native country.
IRAN, EU’S TROIKA IN HARD BARGAINSTuesday, March 8, 2005 Iranian and European negotiators ended the latest round of negotiations in Geneva on the crucial and controversial Iranian nuclear activities, with sources saying that Iran has toughened its instance on its right to enrich uranium.
INCOMPETENT RULERS ARE DRVING THE NATION TO THE ABYSS: DISSIDENTSFriday, March 4, 2005 In an unprecedented open letter to the ruling clerical leaders, more than five hundred Iranian scholars, intellectuals, journalists, students, artists and politicians have denounced the “incompetence” of the present clerical-led leadership and warned that only bowing to the principles of a real democracy can save the country and nation from total collapse.
IRAN DOWNPLAYS IAEA AND US’S NEW ACCUSATIONSWednesday, March 2, 2005 As the United States and the European Union’s so-called Big 3 increased pressures over Iran, accusing the Islamic Republic of gross violations of its engagements with the international nuclear watchdog, a senior Iranian negotiator downplayed the accusations.
THE WORLD COMMUNITY CAN NOT TOLERATE THE ISLAMIC REPUBLICTuesday, March 1, 2005 “The international community, nor the Iranian society can not tolerate a regime that has set its ideology over the destruction of another country, namely Israel”, assures a veteran Iranian political activist.