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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  International

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Mohammad Reza Sajjadi said that Tehran strongly condemns the crackdown on the Bahraini people and calls for an immediate investigation into the “crimes committed by the Bahrain regime . Sajjadi made the remarks during the first day of the 13th session of the Universal Periodic Review…

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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  International

The Head of the Tabriz Religious Seminary Hojjat al-Eslam Seyyed Hossein Seyyedi-Sani said that, The Eurovision Song Content taking place in the Islamic and historic city of Baku will lead to a clear clash between Islamic and Western values…by hosting this contest, the Republic of Azerbaijan…

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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  Domestic

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Mohsen Rezaei predicts that the 2013 presidential election will be held in two stages with six or seven presidential candidates running. Rezaei declined to answer the question whether he would run again saying, In my view, there is a long time to make a decision in…

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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  International

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Mohammad Khazaee said the new Google policy of not labeling the Persian Gulf will result in nothing but undermining its professional status in the world. He stressed that “Persian Gulf” is the only term that has been used since the beginning of history. He stressed that…

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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  Military

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The statement issued by the IRGC on the eve of the anniversary of liberation of Khorramshahr read, Liberation of Khorramshahr defeated Baathist-Zionist alliance creating a new balance of power for the future of the Middle East and worrying the United States. This victory proved that the…

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Friday, 25 May 2012  /  Human Rights

28-year-old Amir Seyf was convicted by the Revolutionary Court on insulting regime leaders and harming national security due to his participation in an illegal demonstration….

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