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Mottaki starts two-nation tour of Africa

Mottaki starts two-nation tour of Africa

Iranian Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki has left Tehran for Kampala for an official visit to Uganda. During his two-day visit, Mottaki will discuss “most important international and regional issues as well as ways to boost bilateral ties” with senior Ugandan... (Continue reading)

Leader calls for unity against cancerous Israeli regime

Leader calls for unity against cancerous Israeli regime

The Leader of Islamic Ummah and Mustazafins(Opressed People) Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei, speaking on the merry anniversary of the birth of Islam’s Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), underscored the importance of the Palestinian issue for the Muslim world and called on Muslims... (Continue reading)

Hamas slams Arab vow to resume talks with Israel

Hamas slams Arab vow to resume talks with Israel

The Palestinian Islamic resistance movement, Hamas, has slammed the Arab League’s foreign ministers’ decision to submit to an American proposal for Palestinians to hold indirect talks with Israel. In a statement released on Wednesday, Hamas emphasized that the resumption of... (Continue reading)

Muslim Alims urge for Shia-Sunni unity

Muslim Alims urge for Shia-Sunni unity

Uthman Jah Manager of Taqrib Islamic Center in Gambia said Thursday that the world Zionism tries to create discord among Muslims through evil plots and that the enemies in and out of the region have targeted the unity of Islamic... (Continue reading)

Anti-Islam Dutch MP gains in local elections

Anti-Islam Dutch MP gains in local elections

The controversial anti-Muslim far-right Dutch lawmaker and Freedom Party leader has scored big gains in Wednesday night’s local elections in the Netherlands. “We’re going to take the Netherlands back from the leftist elite, that coddles criminals and supports Islamization,” said... (Continue reading)

Iran’s civil order is behind West’s enmity

Secretary of IRI’s Human Rights Commission, Mohammad Javad Larijani said Wednesday the Islamic Republic of Iran’s missiles and nuclear energy is not the reason of the West’s enmity against the country rather it is IRI’s new version of civil order... (Continue reading)

China, Russia opt for diplomacy over Iran

Amid US concerted efforts for fresh tough sanctions against Iran, China and Russia reiterate that diplomacy is still the best possible means of resolving the Iranian nuclear issue. Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Qin Gang said Thursday that “diplomatic efforts” could... (Continue reading)

French jobless rate at 10-year high

French jobless rate at 10-year high

The French national statistics office says the jobless rate in mainland France has seen a sharp rise, hitting 9.6 percent in the fourth quarter of 2009. This the highest unemployment level in the country in 10 years, rising from 9.1... (Continue reading)

Special voting begins in Iraq

Special voting begins in Iraq

Voting has begun in Iraq’s parliamentary elections with security forces, hospital patients and prisoners casting their ballots ahead of polling day at the weekend. Police stepped up security measures in the capital Baghdad as the initial round of voting began... (Continue reading)

Brazil upholds relations with Iran

Brazilian president Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva in a meeting with the American Secretary of State said his country would continue its relations with Tehran. The President also stressed that he was seeking a peaceful solution for Iran’s nuclear issue.... (Continue reading)

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