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Nano-Scientists Cooperate to Save Polluted Waters

An Iranian researcher from University of Tabriz, in collaboration with colleagues from Nancy Université of France, applied nanocatalysts to degrade aqueous pollutants. Organic dyestuffs are considered as major sources of environmental pollutants. Therefore, removal of these materials from waste waters, through a practical and efficient method, seems essential. Among the alternatives proposed for removing these water contaminants like textile dyes,…

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Israel plans to devour the world

A Hungarian lawmaker has voiced worry over Israel’s expansionist policies, saying Israel is trying to take over the world. “I’m a Hungarian nationalist. I love my homeland, love the Hungarians and give primacy to Hungarian interests over those of global capital – Jewish capital, if you like – which wants to devour the entire world, especially Hungary,” Oszkar Molnar said…

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Western Approach towards Iran Changed

The West approach towards Iran has changed because of Iran’s correct stances, said Senegalese President, Abdoulaye Wade. In a meeting with Iran’s Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki in Tehran Saturday, Wade said, “in this era we see the alteration of the West approach towards Iran that shows Iran’s correct stances.” Also expressing satisfaction over the trend of ties between Iran and…

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Chavez urges US, Russia to denuclearize themselves

Venezuela has called for the elimination of all nuclear bombs asking why powers that possess such weapons of mass destruction are not under pressure to disarm. “What we propose is for nuclear bombs to be eliminated. Venezuela will never build a nuclear bomb,” Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez told reporters in the central Bolivian region of Cochabamba on Saturday. The Venezuelan…

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Lavrov wants more countries to join START

Other nuclear powers should join the US-Russia Strategic Arms Reduction Treaty (START), Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says. “The involvement of more nuclear powers to this process is a necessity that will become pressing in the near future,” Lavrov said in an interview with the news agency RIA Novosti. If Moscow and Washington are able to “reach an agreement on…

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Israel ‘will do anything to survive’

Israel’s far-right Minister of National Infrastructure, Uzi Landau, has said Tel Aviv will take whatever action is needed to survive in the face of Iran’s nuclear program. “We’ll take the actions that are necessary for our survival, we’ll do whatever is necessary at that time,” Landau told AFP late Wednesday. “It is better not to talk now about the details.”…

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UK has ‘worst quality of life’ in Europe

Despite having the highest incomes, people in Britain have the worst quality of life in Europe, a study shows. According to the uSwitch study European Quality of Life Index, Britons have longer working hours, lower holiday entitlement and a higher cost of living than their counterparts in other European countries, placing them at the bottom of the list in survey.…

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In Russia, Clinton seeks collusion against Iran

The US secretary of state is expected to discuss prospects of further sanctions on Iran over its nuclear program during her talks with Russian officials. State Secretary US Hillary Clinton, who arrived in Moscow late Monday, will ask Russia “what specific forms of pressure Russia would be prepared to join us and our other allies if Iran fails to live…

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Western Democracy; “Great Lie”

Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad on Sunday lashed out at western democracy and the way nations are treated in the West. “Democracy is a great lie in most European countries and the US. People are the only element with no real role (in the West),” President Ahmadinejad said, addressing a ceremony on psychological warfare here in Tehran. Ahmadinejad pointed to the…

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Polish president signs EU’s Lisbon treaty

After much controversy, Polish President Lech Kaczynski has finally signed the European Union’s Lisbon reform treaty into law. “Today is a very important day in the history of Poland and the European Union,” Kaczynski said on Saturday after inking the text at a ceremony attended by top EU officials, including the president of the European Commission, Jose Manuel Barroso. The…

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