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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  International

The talks in Baghdad proved that the 5+1 is keeping the commitments it made in Istanbul. They recognized Iran’s nuclear rights under the NPT and agreed that the talks would serve as a foundation for work. In Baghdad, however they proved that they were not living…

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  International

In an editorial in the newspaper Sharq, university lecturer and senor international affairs analyst, Sadeq Ziba Kalam, writes that many analysts view the Baghdad talks as a kind of failure. Three rounds of serious and heavy talks that have lasted many hours have not resulted in…

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  Military

In his last sermon, substitute Friday prayer leader in Tehran Ayatollah Ahmad Khatami discussed the Baghdad talks, adding that Iran’s statements and claims are logical and is therefore participating in all international arenas. Khatami added that “we are claiming that nuclear energy is the natural right…

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  Economy

Under the headline, “Housing and the Problem of Narrow Vision,” the conservative newspaper, Jomhouri Eslami, examines the housing situation in Iran at the beginning of the summer, when many rental contracts are renewed and many people move. It notes a sharp increase in the prices of…

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  Economy

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The IRGC-affiliated newspaper, Javan, published an article by Sina Sarmad titled, “Importing any type of fruit is prohibited.” This is a statement we hear repeatedly from a range of officials in the Ministry of Agriculture and the Ministry of Commerce and Industry. Despite this, the markets…

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  Human Rights

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As the summer season begins and young people traveling to mountainous areas for recreation and travel, internal security forces embarked on a widespread campaign to enforce the Islamic dress code in these areas….

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Friday, 1 June 2012  /  Domestic

In its last meeting, the Committee on Cultural Centers in the Ministry of Culture and Islamic Guidance examined the continued operation of the House of Cinema, finally announcing that the body was not legitimate and that its continued operation was against the law. The committee voted…

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