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25 March 2010 13:01
Carun Four Dam, largest arch dam in Iran, was commissioned by President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad Thursday.
The dam, 230 meters high from the foundation, has been built by 1.62m cubic meters of concrete.
Built on an indigenous espertise, the dam would offer an additional 1 megawatt of electricity to the national grid.
The reservoir dam is planned to generate 2100 gigawatts of electricity a...
25 March 2010 12:58
Iran's representative to the UN seminar on Palestine says the Palestinian plight is a "global concern" which the international community must "urgently" address.
Speaking at the two-day event in Vienna, Ali-Asghar Soltanieh said that the Palestinian issue was not simply a conflict between regional and Arab states and that the issue must raise concern on an international level.
25 March 2010 12:51
Syrian President Bashar Assad
Interview conducted by Amr Nassif
Introduction: Whenever they criticize the official Arab regime, Arab journalists usually use the expression: "The majority of the Arab regimes," to distinguish some Arab leaders, at the top of whom comes President Bashar Assad who enjoys special characteristics in the minds of the Arab citizens, characteristics that actually add to his responsibilities...
25 March 2010 10:46
A Palestinian worker was critically injured on Thursday morning as the Zionist forces at the closed Sufa crossing opened fire on a group of men collecting rubble for the re-manufacturing of construction materials, medics said.
Director of ambulance and emergency services in Gaza, Muawiya Hassanein, identified the injured man as Naji Abu Rayda, 32, noting he was shot in the...
25 March 2010 10:42
More Zionist diplomats may be expelled from the country's overseas embassies because of the escalating row over the use of forged passports in the assassination of Mahmoud Al Mabhouh.
The head of Dubai Police believes other countries will follow Britain’s lead and throw out diplomats linked to the murder of a Hamas official in Dubai.
Australia, France, Germany and Ireland are all...
25 March 2010 9:56
The Iraqi people in the city of Al-Khalis in Diyala province call on the future Iraqi government to expel the terrorist Mojahedin Khalq (MKO) group from the country as soon as possible.
The people of Al-Khalis urged the next government to expel the members of terrorist MKO group, stationed in Camp Ashraf in Diyala province. They said the MKO's case...
25 March 2010 9:52
Iran says the Israeli premier's claims regarding Jerusalem al-Quds as the regime's capital and settlement expansions provide proofs of the invasive nature of the 'Zionist leaders.'
“These comments are evidence for the occupying and invasive nature of Israeli leaders against the holiest sites for Muslims and followers of other religions, revealing the Zionist officials' ill intentions in the demolition of...
25 March 2010 8:58
China has reiterated that continued dialogue is the only way to solve the dispute over Iran's nuclear program.
Chinese Foreign Ministry Spokesman Qing Gang once again dismissed Western pressure for new sanctions against Tehran.
Qing urged all sides to engage in talks, saying that resolving the issue peacefully through negotiations is the best way to move forward.
"China urges all...
25 March 2010 8:54
The UN chief says "all" Israeli settlement building in East Jerusalem al-Quds is illegal, as Washington and Tel Aviv apparent row over plans to build more units.
"All settlement activity is illegal, but inserting settlers into Palestinian neighborhoods in Jerusalem (al-Quds) is particularly troubling,” United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told the Security Council in New York, quoted by The New...
25 March 2010 8:45
Zionist occupation forces detained 20 Palestinian workers in northern Gaza Strip on Wednesday and took them to an unknown location.
A human rights group told the PIC reporter that a special Zionist unit infiltrated near former Dugit settlement and detained the workers while collecting scrap.
It added that the soldiers beat up the workers while a number of others managed to...