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In Iran, Leader demands major industrial leap

In Iran, Leader demands major industrial leap

Leader of the Islamic Ummah and Opressed People Imam Seyyed Ali Khamenei says Iran’s current “valuable” industrial advancements are only the beginning, urging officials to aim for a major leap. “In spite of valuable progress in the industrial field, [plans... (Continue reading)

India, US agree on nuclear fuel reprocessing

India, US agree on nuclear fuel reprocessing

After months of negotiations, India and the US have reached a deal allowing New Delhi to reprocess spent nuclear fuel from the US for civilian energy purposes. According to officials, the deal between India and the US paves the way... (Continue reading)

Jumblatt slams Arab League’s inefficiency

Jumblatt slams Arab League's inefficiency

Lebanese Druze leader Walid Jumblatt lashes out at Arab leaders for failing to take a decisive measure to extricate the Arab world from its continued stalemate regarding Israel. The Arab League summit in Libya highlighted the continued stalemate in the... (Continue reading)

Moscow metro attacks brings int’l condemnation

Moscow metro attacks brings int'l condemnation

The international community has condemned Monday’s deadly terrorist attacks on Moscow’s metro and offered condolences to Russians. The first blast took place at the Lubyanka metro station and shortly after that the second explosion rocked the Park Kultury station. The... (Continue reading)

Berlusconi threatened by low turnout

Berlusconi threatened by low turnout

Italy’s Interior Ministry says turnout in regional elections — seen as a litmus test for Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi — has been at around 64 percent, about 8 percent down from 2005. The poor turnout, stemmed from the failure of... (Continue reading)

Friday Operation… The full story

Friday Operation... The full story

A huge storm of analysis and heated debates over the last Friday clashes that ended up with two killed soldiers. The Zionist newspaper “Haaretz” reported on it’s website what it called as great concern on “Hamas changing the rules of... (Continue reading)

Yemeni accusation against Iran unwise

An Iranian diplomat has said remarks by Yemeni President Ali Abdullah Saleh that Tehran was interfering in his country’s internal affairs were “unwise.” The diplomat, who spoke on the condition of anonymity, said on Monday that Iran had always stood... (Continue reading)

Six Iraqi vote winners barred for Ba’ath links

Six Iraqi vote winners barred for Ba'ath links

Six candidates who won at Iraq’s parliamentary election have lost their seats due to their links with executed dictator Saddam Hussein’s outlawed Ba’ath party. The Justice and Accountability Committee (JAC) announced the decision on Monday, saying the six were among... (Continue reading)

Iran urges neutrality in Iraq election

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has warned against any foreign interference in the Iraqi elections. Mehmanparast said Monday that the election in Iraq was a “domestic” issue and thus any foreign interference could undermine efforts to restore democracy in... (Continue reading)

N Korea accused of sinking South’s ship

N Korea accused of sinking South's ship

North Korea may have intentionally floated a mine to damage a South Korean naval ship that exploded and sank this week, says the South’s defense minister. While the cause of the explosion is still unknown, Defense Minister Kim Tae-young told... (Continue reading)

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