Tuesday May 23, 2017

Iran - Street Clashes with Police after Tehran Bazaar Shutdown

Archive - 2009 After Elections Protests 

Stop Fundamentalism – Reports from Tehran Bazaar say that protests are taking place in Tehran Bazaar and shops have closed today in protest of instabilities in the market during the past few days.  Some protesters have been beaten and arrested by Tehran police in clashes and in other locations the police have used tear gas to disperse demonstrators.


Terror Tagging MEK for Camp Ashraf Stay Illegal

The following is a response by a spokesman of the National Council of Resistance of Iran, Mr. Shahin Ghobadi, to a New York Times editorial titled “Iraq: Iranian Group May Return to U.S. Terrorist List Over Camp” published as a news article on August 16, 2012.  The response was published on August 23 in the opinion pages of the New York Times.


Fresh Talks Between Iran and UN Nuclear Watchdog to Start Friday

Stop Fundamentalism – UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency, IAEA, said today that it will meet Iranian officials Friday in Vienna after two months, to further discuss this country’s suspicious nuclear program.


IAEA Adding Muscle to Probe, Forms “Iran Team”

AP - The U.N. nuclear agency is forming a special Iran team, drawing together sleuths in weapons technology, intelligence analysis, radiation and other fields of expertise as it seeks to add muscle to a probe of suspicions that Tehran worked secretly on atomic arms, diplomats tell The Associated Press.


Earthquake in Iran, This Time in Shiraz

Stop Fundamentalism – An Earthquake measuring 3.8 on the Richter scale shook the Iranian central city of Shiraz Thursday morning at 4:13 AM local time according to Tehran University Geophysics Institute, reported Iranian news media.


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