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12 August 2009 10:13

The father of a Frenchwoman detained in Iran over post-election unrest says he received e-mails from his daughter containing information on street protests. French lecturer Clotilde Reiss, who used to teach at Isfahan University of Technology, was put on trial on August 8, along with some others arrested after the election. In a court address, Reiss, who turned 24 while in custody,...

12 August 2009 6:56

After ten years in the job, Iran's Judiciary Chief Ayatollah Mahmoud Shahroudi will be officially replaced by Mohammad Sadeq Larijani in four days' time. Senior officials, including parliamentarians, will attend a ceremony on August 15 at the Judiciary's main reception hall to mark Shahroudi's departure and the introduction of his successor Larijani, Mehr news agency reported. This is while earlier reports, citing...

11 August 2009 23:23

The following are the confessions of Muhammad-Reza Ali-Zamani, a member of an anti-revolutionary group known as the Iranian Empire Society. The 37- year-old Iranian national from the southwestern city of Eslamshahr is accused of contacting US intelligence agents in Iraq, cooperating with the "Anjoman-e Padeshahi-e Iran" (Iranian Empire Society), and attempting to overthrow the Islamic Republic by targeting religious beliefs. His confessions...

11 August 2009 23:16

Iran's Judiciary spokesman Ali Reza Jamshidi says about 4,000 people were arrested during post-election protests in country. "4,000 people were detained in relation with the recent incidents, but thanks to the round-the-clock efforts of judges, 3,700 of them were released soon," the Mehr news agency quoted Jamshidi as saying. He stressed that Iran's Judiciary was closely following the post-election developments in the...

11 August 2009 23:00

Iran's top nuclear official says it is not yet determined when the Bushehr nuclear power plant will become operational, saying that the country has focused on the plant's safety. "The date for the inauguration of the Bushehr nuclear plant is not determined and we do not declare a definite date for that," the Head of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran...

11 August 2009 16:06

French Embassy worker Nazak Afshar, who is on trial in connection with post-election unrest in Iran, has been released from prison, the French presidency has said. It said in a statement that President Nicolas Sarkozy spoke to Afshar after she was released from the prison where she had been held. Afshar, along with 24-year-old French academic Clotilde Reiss were among hundreds of...

11 August 2009 14:35

A senior Reformist lawmaker has demanded the Iranian president give a report on 'constitutional violations' during the post-election unrest. “As there have been possible violations of the Constitution in recent events, it is the duty of the president to pursue such issues,” Mostafa Kavakebyan said in a Parliament session on Tuesday. “However, the president has made no move in this regard,”...

11 August 2009 14:02

As Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad moves to form his new government in the coming week, some 200 Principlist lawmakers call on the president to seek their consultation about his Cabinet appointments. In a meeting with the newly-inaugurated president on Monday, Principlist representatives in Majlis shared their views with Ahmadinejad and explained their expectations from his next government. President Ahmadinejad had been criticized...

11 August 2009 14:01

Iran says it will let a young Frenchwoman standing trial in Tehran over espionage charges stay in the French Embassy during the case. The Iranian Ambassador to Paris Mehdi Miraboutalebi said on Tuesday that judicial authorities would grant 24-year-old French academic Clotilde Reiss conditional release "if the (French) government and ambassador promise she lives in the French Embassy in Tehran until...

11 August 2009 10:21

Amid fierce debates about options for Cabinet members, Majlis Speaker Ali Larijani has urged the Iranian president to choose 'experienced' ministers. "The ministry is not a place for learning. The minister should have received certain degrees ," Larijani told reporters Monday. "The minister should not begin learning by the start of his work," he added. Larijani's remarks come after President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said...

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