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30 March 2010 17:10
Iran Intelligence Minister confirmed reports concerning the success of the intelligence operation to free Iranian diplomat abducted in 2008.
IRI intelligence forces in a high-security operation freed Heshmatollah Attarzadeh who was kidnapped on November 14, 2008 by armed groups in Peshawar.
The diplomat has now reunited with his family in Iran.
Haydar Moslehi said that Mossad and American intelligence bodies had been supporting...
30 March 2010 17:07
Iranian agents have released a diplomat from the Islamic Republic who was kidnapped in Pakistan by gunmen in 2008, the Iranian intelligence minister said.
Heidar Moslehi said Tuesday that Heshmatollah Attarzadeh-Niyaki, Iran's commercial attache in the Pakistani city of Peshawar, was freed through a series of complicated intelligence operations.
Moslehi said that after the diplomat was abducted by an armed...
30 March 2010 14:59
In what marks the beginning of a new era in atom-related science and technology, researchers at the world's biggest atom collider have collided particles at record energy levels.
The European Organization for Nuclear Research (CERN) said Tuesday that it has successfully managed to unleash unprecedented ruptures of energy and produce powerful microscopic bursts that mimic conditions close to the Big...
30 March 2010 14:53
UN nuclear watchdog chief Yukiya Amano says new sanctions against Iran would force agency inspectors have a more difficult job in resolving the impasse.
"As Iran quite often declares, they don't want to act under pressure," Amano told DPA.
Iran says its program is directed for the civilian applications of the nuclear technology. The West, however, accuses the country of...
30 March 2010 11:00
Zionist Israeli soldiers have shot dead a Palestinian teenager in the southern Gaza Strip town of Rafah, leaving up to a dozen more injured.
The boy, identified as Mohammed al-Faramawi, 15, was targeted on Tuesday close to Gaza's defunct airport, AFP quoted Muawiya Hassanein, the head of Gaza emergency services, as saying.
The incident took place when Israeli troops opened...
30 March 2010 6:35
In a rare interview of its kind, Hezbollah Secretary General Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah will be Al-Manar's guest on Wednesday at 21.30 Beirut Time (18.30 GMT).
Sayyed Nasrallah, who would be interviewed by Amr Nassif, will speak about the latest developments in Lebanon and the region.
His eminence will speak during the interview about the Special Tribunal for Lebanon (STL) and...
30 March 2010 6:31
The Group of Eight industrialized countries' foreign ministers say they are open to hold dialogue with Iran over the country's nuclear program.
The G8 ministers made the remark on Tuesday during a meeting on global security currently being held in Gatineau, a suburb of Quebec in Canada.
However, a draft of the G8 final communique said that the group is...
30 March 2010 5:28
Another US-led military operation has been planned for Afghanistan's southern city of Kandahar in June following an earlier offensive in Marjah despite concerns among Afghans over high civilian casualties of the operations.
A top NATO military official, who spoke on condition of anonymity, said some 10,000 US-led troops would be involved.
The official added that the goal was to rid...
30 March 2010 5:12
Zionist forces imposed tightened entry restrictions for Palestinians into the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound in occupied East Jerusalem, banning men under 50 from access.
The move follows an increase in security procedures. Residents living beside the compound, known in Arabic as Al-Haram Al-Sharif (the Noble Sanctuary) said that Zionist forces shut down the gates leading into the compound.
Onlookers said a significant Zionist...
30 March 2010 4:25
Thousands of Japanese from Tokunoshima Island have gathered to protest against the government's plan to relocate a US base to their island.
Mayors of the three local towns of Tokunoshima, Amagi and Isen organized the rally in the Kagoshima Prefecture.
About 4,200 took part in Sunday's demonstration.
"The government has never consulted with any of the three mayors about the...