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PARIS, June 16, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- More than 300 Iranian associations from around the world are taking part in the mobilization effort of "All for Freedom," a major gathering of Iranians in Paris on June 27, the organizers said on Saturday. According to organizers, the scope of the campaign involves five continents and three generations of Iranians, and will clearly send a message shared by all Iranians: "No to the dictatorship of the mullahs in Iran and to the charm...
Michael Harper for redOrbit.com — Your Universe Online Iran just got one step closer to outer space with this weekend´s announcement that they´ve set up a “Space Monitoring Center” near Tehran. The nation has said they plan to use the center to monitor satellite activity as well as perform research into space and monitor what happens in their own country. Given the long-running tension between the US and Iran, some officials are reportedly worried that this...
The rumors that the United States was involved in the Stuxnet attack on Iran are true, and were part of a large-scale cyber sabotage campaign launched against the aspiring nuclear power spearheaded by President Barack Obama, claims the author of a forthcoming book. In a June 1 New York Times article that was adapted from his book "Confront and Conceal: Obama´s Secret Wars and Surprising Use of American Power," author David E. Sanger wrote that from Obama "secretly ordered increasingly...
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