Articles - September 2001

 

 

INTER-AFGHAN TALKS IN ROME IS REMINDER OF THE DIFFICULTIES AHEAD  

ZAHER SHAH NOT FIT TO RULE AFGHANISTAN, MOLLAH OMAR TELLS IRAN PAPER  

BEN LADEN NETWORK AND TALEBAN ARE "AS ONE" 

LEADING CLERIC CONFIRMED IRANIAN CONDITIONS FOR FIGHTING TERRORISM

CRACKS IN PAKISTAN-US COALITION AGAINST TERRORISM

ZAHER SHAH ONLY AFGHAN WHO CAN BRING PEACE TO AFGHANISTAN: VENDRELL  

IRAN ANALYSTS DISMISSED THE IMPORTANCE OF LEADER’S ATTACK ON US  

EU DELEGATION LEFT TEHRAN SURPRISED BY THE REVIVED ANTI-AMERICAN MOOD  

BRITISH FOREIGN MINISTER LEFT IRAN WITH A LESSON OF CIVILISATION 

IRAN WILL SOON PLAY AN IMPORTANT ROLE IN WORLD POLITICS: NICOLE FONTAINE  

US "MESSENGER BOY" WALKED SAFELY THROUGH THE TEHRAN MINEFIELD  

TEHRAN TO BECOME A THEATRE OF DIPLOMATIC BALLET  

WASHINGTON CONSIDERS BRINGING BACK FORMER AFGHAN KING ZAHER SHAH 

ADVICE OF A SOVIET VETERAN OF AFGHANISTAN TO THE AMERICANS: "READ ENGELS!"

IRAN FM WARNS AGAINST POSSIBLE CONFLICT BETWEEN CIVILISATIONS  

"YOU ARE EITHER WITH US OR WITH THE TERRORISTS", PRESIDENT BUSH WARNS

FIRST – HISTORIC -- TELEPHONE CONVERSATION BETWEEN KHATAMI AND BLAIR 

BEN LADEN MIGHT BE HIDING AMONG AFGHAN REFUGEES IN PAKISTAN 

GRAND AYATOLLAH MONTAZERI PRESENTS CONDOLENCE TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT  

AYATOLLAH KHAMENEH’I WARNS US AGAINST ATTACKING AFGHANISTAN  

AZERI LEADER POSTPONE HIS OFFICIAL VISIT TO TEHRAN  

CONFIRMING MAS’OOD’S DEATH, HIS AIDES SAY STRUGGLE WOULD CONTINUE 

IRANIANS IN THE US FULLY SYMPATHISES WITH VICTIMS OF TERRORIST ATTACKS 

IRANIAN NEWS AGENCY SAY AHMAD SHAH MAS’OOD PASSED AWAY

AHMAD SHAH MAS’OOD HEALTH CONDITIONS DESCRIBED AS "WORRISOME" 

TEHRAN MUST STOP SUPPORT TERRORISM OR FACE GRAVE CONSEQUENCES, ANALYSTS  

IRAN CONDEMNED TERRORIST OPERATIONS IN THE US, EXPRESSES SYMPATHY WITH VICTIMS  

EUROPEAN UNION TO INSIST ON HUMAN RIGHTS IN HIS TALKS WITH IRAN 

IRAN EU TO INK FIRST TRADE AND CO-OPERATION AGREEMENT 

AHMAD SHAH MAS’OOD TAKEN TO DOSHANBEH, AFTER FAILED SUICIDE ASSASSINATION  

URGENT: AHMAD SHAH MAS'OOD ESCAPED ASSASSINATION ATTEMPT

TRIAL OF WESTERN AID WORKERS STARTED BEHIND CLOSED DOORS IN KABOL

IRAN DEFEAT IRAQ 2 TO 1 IN AN EMOTION-PACKED FOOTBALL MATCH  

MOSCOW READY TO GREET IRANIAN DEFENCE MINISTER 

EXPERTS CRITICISED FOR FAILING TO CONTROL LEADERSHIP  

ASSEMBLY OF EXPERTS CONFIRMS LEADERSHIP OF KHAMENEH’I  

MOSCOW TO PLAY HOST TO IMPORTANT GUESTS FROM ISRAEL AND IRAN 

KHAMENEH’I PERSONALLY AUTHORISED PUBLIC FLOGGING AND HANGING 

 

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