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2008-07-18 09:00:11

LEADING ARTICLE IRAN The surest reason for believing that America really has reversed its policy on Iran, to the pursuit of face-to-face negotiations and the establishment of a US office in Tehran, is the outrage it has caused among hardliners in Washington. It is, according to John Bolton, George Bush's former ambassador to the UN and a noted hawk where Iran is concerned, a "sell-out" and an abandonment of a policy of forcing Iran to stop its nuclear programme through military threats...

2008-07-17 12:01:09

Text of report in English by Iranian official government news agency IRNA website Moscow, July 17: Iran's Ambassador to Russia said on Wednesday [16 July] that Iran has planned to generate 20,000 MW electricity from 20 nuclear power plants in next 20 years. Gholamreza Ansari said that Iranian experts are working on the plan to meet the national need to electricity. Addressing the Caspian Energy Forum on July 15-16 in Russia, he added that Iran's nuclear programme is for peaceful purpose...

2008-07-16 12:00:07

Text of report by Maryam Jamshidi of the political desk headlined: "haggling over the concept of suspension" published by Iranian newspaper E'temad website on 15 July It is now a week since Tehran has replied to the second package proposed by 5+1 leaders and although the details of Tehran's response to this proposed package is not entirely known, the indications and the comments made by some western officials show that the response embedded in Tehran's letter has created a new road for...

2008-07-16 09:00:00

President Bush has authorized the most significant U.S. diplomatic contact with Iran since the Islamic Revolution in 1979, sending the State Department's third-ranking official to Geneva for a meeting this weekend on Iran's nuclear program, administration officials said Tuesday. The decision appeared to bend, if not exactly break, the administration's insistence that it would not negotiate with Iran over its nuclear programs unless it first suspended uranium enrichment, as demanded by three...

2008-07-16 09:00:07

U.S. President George Bush authorized sending a top State Department official to talks in Switzerland on Iran's nuclear program, an administration source said. The decision to sit at the table with Iran represents the most significant U.S. diplomatic contact with Iran since 1979's Islamic Revolution and appears to run counter to the administration's pledge not to negotiate with Iran unless the country stopped its enrichment program, The New York Times reported Wednesday. William J. Burns,...

2008-07-11 12:00:21

Text of report in English by official Chinese news agency Xinhua (New China News Agency) [Xinhua "Analysis" by Yu Zhixiao: "Iran Nuclear Issue Likely To Fester Rather Reach Flashpoint."] BEIJING, July 11 (Xinhua) - Despite the recent flaring of tension on the longstanding Iranian nuclear standoff, the issue is unlikely to either trigger a war or inspire a quick peaceful solution in a short time, analysts say. Latest incidents concerning the defiant Persian Gulf country on the one hand,...

2008-07-11 06:00:16

Commenting on international reactions to Iran's military exercise on 11 July, Tehran Friday prayer leader, Ayatollah Mohammad Emami- Kashani, said: "World media have reported that Iran tested nine medium and long-range missiles. They then said that this is a threat to Iran's neighbouring countries and those countries that are in the range of its missiles, especially Israel. "Who raised such an issue? This has been initiated by the enemies of the Islamic Republic. The first statements in this...

2008-07-10 21:00:05

By Ali Akbar Dareini TEHRAN, Iran - Iran test-fired nine missiles Wednesday, including ones capable of hitting Israel, making a dramatic show of its readiness to strike back if the United States or Israel attacks it over its nuclear program. The launches sparked strong U.S criticism and a jump in oil prices - underlining fears Iran might seal off the Strait of Hormuz, the Gulf waterway through which 40 percent of the world's crude passes, if military conflict does break out. The tests...

2008-07-10 12:00:22

Text of report by Maryam Jamshidi of the political desk headlined: "Oil and missile" published by Iranian newspaper E'temad website on 30 June It is less than six months till the end of American president's administration and at the same time there are more talks of threats in comparison to the past; talks which are being propounded alongside the diplomatic options. Of course [such remarks] have been followed by protesting global reactions as the occurrence of a new conflict is hardly...

2008-07-10 12:00:05

By New York Times News Service PARIS -- Iran's Revolutionary Guards test-fired nine missiles in war-game maneuvers on Wednesday, including at least one the government in Tehran described as having the range to reach Israel. The tests drew sharp American criticism and came a day after the Iranians threatened to retaliate against Israel and the United States if attacked. State-run media said the missiles were long- and medium-range weapons, and included a Shahab-3, which Tehran maintains...


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