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17 March 2010

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Iran to build new nuclear plants next year

Iran to build new nuclear plants next year

Iran’s First Vice President Mohammad-Reza Rahimi says the country will build new nuclear plants during the next Iranian year which begins on Sunday. “During the new year, new nuclear plants will be built and the Islamic Republic of Iran will... (Continue reading)

Iran seeks $200 bn of investment in energy sector

Iran’s Oil Minister Masoud Mirkazemi says the country would need $200 billion investment in oil, gas and refinery industries over five years to avoid a production decline. “For the next five years, we are now…planning seriously for investment of upstream... (Continue reading)

AL chief: Peace talks pointless without settlement freeze

Arab League Secretary General Amr Moussa says a renewal of Palestinian-Israeli peace talks would be “pointless” as long as Israel gives green lights to settlement construction activities in Jerusalem (al-Quds). “What is happening in Jerusalem (al-Quds) will be a special... (Continue reading)

Iranian warships set sail for Gulf of Aden

Iranian warships set sail for Gulf of Aden

Iran has sent a naval battle group to international waters, including the Gulf of Aden, to confront threats to the country’s shipping lanes. According to an announcement by the country’s naval forces, the group was dispatched to the Gulf of... (Continue reading)

China urges Iran to accept nuclear swap deal

China’s new Ambassador to the United Nations in Geneva, He Yafei, urges Iran to accept a nuclear fuel swap proposal to ease demands for new sanctions against Tehran. “We have been talking to Iran constantly, bilaterally I mean,” the senior... (Continue reading)

Brazil: Regional peace impossible without Iran

Brazil: Regional peace impossible without Iran

A foreign policy adviser to the Brazilian president warns against pushing Iran into a corner over its nuclear program. “Iran is a key element in the region, we will not get peace by excluding it,” said Marco Aurelio Garcia in... (Continue reading)

Roadside bomb kills two UK soldiers in Afghanistan

Roadside bomb kills two UK soldiers in Afghanistan

A powerful blast triggered by an improvised explosive device has killed at least two more British soldiers in troubled southern Afghanistan. The soldiers were killed in the Musa Qalah District of Helmand province on Tuesday. The British Ministry of Defense... (Continue reading)

Only tech. reasons could delay Iran power plant

Russian Energy Minster Sergei Shmatko says “technical reasons” are the only obstacles in the way of the long awaited launch of Iran’s Bushehr power plant. “I see no reason that would postpone the schedule of construction of the Bushehr plant,... (Continue reading)

We will not stop settlement in Jerusalem

Netanyahu’ explicitly said on Monday, 15/3/2010, that his government will continues the Judaizing policy in the occupied city of Jerusalem, while the U.S. – Zionist relation witnesses the worst crisis of confidence since decades. Netanyahu said before a parliamentary delegation... (Continue reading)

Clashes erupt in northern West Bank

Clashes erupt in northern West Bank

Hundreds of Palestinian students clashed with Zionist forces in the occupied West Bank on Wednesday morning. Witnesses said violent confrontations were underway at the Beita junction, south of Nablus in the northern West Bank. No injuries or arrests were reported... (Continue reading)

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