Crackdowns on Protesters Drape Tehran in Silence
New York Times, United States
More Photos > By MICHAEL SLACKMAN and NAZILA FATHI TEHRAN — Iran's government continued to move aggressively on Tuesday to crush popular protests over a disputed presidential election, setting up a special court for demonstrators, detaining hundreds of ...
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Iran may downgrade ties with Britain
TEHRAN (AFP) — Foreign Minister Manouchehr Mottaki said on Wednesday that Iran may downgrade ties with Britain, accusing London of meddling in the post-election tumult gripping the Islamic republic. "We are examining it," he was quoted by the ISNA news ...
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Habitat sorry for Iran Tweeting
BBC News, UK
Furniture store Habitat has apologised for causing offence after accusations it exploited unrest in Iran to drive online Twitter users to its products. Keywords - called hashtags - such as 'Iran' and 'Mousavi' were added to its messages so people ...
Obama to Iran: Let Them Eat Ice Cream
Town Hall, DC
by Ann Coulter On Iran, President Obama is worse than Hamlet. He's Colin Powell, waiting to see who wins before picking a side. Last week, massive protests roiled Iran in response to an apparently fraudulent presidential election, in which nutcase ...
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Iran: Death to Election Fraud
Seattle Post Intelligencer
Readers have been asking me for my take on the situation now unfolding in Iran. How have my experiences filming a public television show there last year shaped my impressions of current events? I plan to explain my thinking about this issue in an op-ed ...
Arrests show rift in Iran's clerics
Philadelphia Inquirer, PA
By Nasser Karimi and Michael Weissenstein AP TEHRAN, Iran - A backstage struggle among Iran's ruling clerics burst into the open yesterday as the government arrested the daughter and other relatives of an ayatollah who is one of the nation's most ...
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Iran extends deadline for vote-fraud investigation
Toronto Star, Canada
TEHRAN – Iran's constitutional watchdog received approval yesterday to extend its examination of President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's disputed re-election victory beyond today's deadline to next Monday, state television reported. Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati ...
Son's Death Has Iranian Family Asking Why
Tehran morgue demands 'bullet fee' for release of body
Death of Iranian Neda Salehi Agha Soltan on video grips world
Video footage said to show a teenage girl dying on the street has rallied anti-government protesters in Iran. 06/09 Sky News She's lying on the ground, people around her, looking stunned. Her eyes swell. She looks traumatised. Her eyes swell even more. ...
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Barak: True nature of Iran regime exposed
Defense Minister Ehud Barak said Wednesday that "the predatory nature of Tehran's regime has been exposed" and that Iran posed a threat to the region and the entire world. Barak spoke at an officers' graduation ceremony following the renewal of violent ...
FOCUS: Iran Removes Oil Chief Torkan Amid Political Unrest
Wall Street Journal
By Oliver Klaus DUBAI (Dow Jones)--Iran has unexpectedly fired one of its senior oil officials amid ongoing unrest on the streets of Tehran. "I am no longer the deputy oil minister for planning from yesterday," Akbar Torkan told Dow Jones Newswires by ...
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