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16 March 2010

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Iran’s Larijani urges West to quit mischievous policies

Iran's Larijani urges West to quit mischievous policies

Iran’s parliament (Majlis) speaker Ali Larijani advises the West to pursue a diplomatic approach in resolving their differences with Tehran on the issue of its nuclear program. Speaking at a press conference in Tehran Tuesday, Larijani reiterated that the US,... (Continue reading)

Iran to issue 100,000-rial notes

Iran to issue 100,000-rial notes

The Central Bank of Iran (CBI) plans to issue 100,000-rial notes in the next Iranian year — a move which analysts consider the result of rising inflation. CBI Deputy Head Hamid Pourmohammadi said on Tuesday that the decision was part... (Continue reading)

Iraqi PM’s bloc calls for vote recount alleging fraud

The coalition of Iraq’s Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki has accused an election official of manipulating vote counts in the March 7 parliamentary elections. Ali al-Adeeb, a candidate on Maliki’s slate said Tuesday that the State of Law coalition demands a... (Continue reading)

49 Palestinians injured by Israelis in al-Quds clashes

Nearly 50 Palestinians have been reported wounded in Jerusalem al-Quds in clashes with Israeli forces. The Red Crescent in al-Quds reports that 49 Palestinians were wounded by noon in the Old City on Tuesday. Among the wounded were 14 that... (Continue reading)

Russian Duma Spkr. links missile defense to weapons

Speaker of Russia’s lower house of parliament has threatened to block a future nuclear disarmament treaty with the United States, pressing for linkage to missile defense issues. “We will not ratify it if the questions of the link between strategic... (Continue reading)

Iran urges Sweden to take action on cartoons

Iran urges Sweden to take action on cartoons

Iran has urged Sweden to “seriously deal with” a Swedish newspaper which has republished a sacrilegious cartoon of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). “Iran strongly denounces the reprinting of the disrespectful cartoons,” said Foreign Ministry spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast on Monday, adding... (Continue reading)

Violent clashes erupt in occupied al-Quds

Violent clashes erupted between Palestinians and Israeli regime soldiers on Tuesday in several parts of occupied east al-Quds, as the occupying regime deployed thousands of troops in the holy city. Zionist regime soldiers fired rubber bullets and tear gas on... (Continue reading)

Rallies staged in Gaza, WB for day of anger

Rallies staged in Gaza, WB for day of anger

Thousands of Palestinians in the Gaza Strip and the West Bank took to the streets on Tuesday, pledging to protect the occupied city of al-Quds against the Israeli regime’s attacks. “With our blood, with our souls, we sacrifice for you,... (Continue reading)

Iraqi PM leads in 60 percent of votes

Iraqi elections partial results on Tuesday showed that Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki’s party looked likely to form parliament’s single largest grouping. Maliki’s success in the capital Baghdad, which accounts for more than twice as many seats as any other province,... (Continue reading)

Zionist forces open fire at 40 Palestinians in Jerusalem

Zionist forces open fire at 40 Palestinians in Jerusalem

Zionist Forces opened fire at the Palestinian protestors in East of Jerusalem today morning and used the rubber bullets and tear gas against them. Palestinian sources confirmed that the clashes took place after Zionist decision to reopen synagogue near Jerusalem.... (Continue reading)

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