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Tehran News

Op-Ed: Turkey revitalizes and reengages Iranian friendship

Spurred by the interim deal over Iran’s nuclear program, Turkey has seized the opportunity to show its regional prowess as it re-engages with an old friend.
In the Media by Jayson Browder

UN-Arab League Syria peace envoy going to Tehran

The United Nations/Arab League peace envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi is scheduled to visit the Iranian capital next week to discuss his proposed Geneva 2 peace conference.
In the Media by Paul Iddon

UK man's laptop gets stolen, tells him where it is a month later

London - A blog on Tumblr takes us through the story step-by-step. A guy called Dom Deltorto was burgled, his laptop was stolen. Police basically did nothing. Then suddenly, his laptop woke up and told him where it was - 3,000 miles away in Iran. (Updated)
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 9 comments

Iranian snipers combat plague of 'mutant rats' in Tehran

Tehran - According to reports, rats in the city of Tehran have grown to monstrous proportions with some weighing up to 11 pounds (five kilograms). The rats are now the focus of an extermination effort involving sniper teams hunting them in the streets at night.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 4 comments

Op-Ed: Ahmadinejad declares Iran is already a nuclear power

The Middle East crisis continues as Ahmadinejad lands in Cairo a few months before Iran reaches nuclear weaponization. He declares that Iran is nuclear, but will not harm Israel. Analysts believe that Tehran has no nuclear weapons capability yet.
In the Media by Eliot Elwar

Canadian, John Sheardown, Tehran crisis hero, dies

Ottawa - Canadian John Sheardown was the first secretary at the Canadian embassy in Tehran, during the Islamic Revolution. Sheltering six US diplomats in his Tehran home brought him into the media "spotlight".
In the Media by Eileen Kersey

Iran to take US to International Court over latest drone incident

Tehran - While the US still denies loss of a drone, Tehran has now threatened international legal action against Washington over the alleged interception of a US spy drone in Iran airspace. (Updated).
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 9 comments

Iran finds Reuters guilty of propaganda about female ninjas

Tehran - A jury in Tehran has found the news agency Reuters "guilty of propagating against the Islamic Republic and disseminating false information to disturb public opinion" for running a story titled, "Thousands of female Ninjas train as Iran's assassins."
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 2 comments

'Innocence of Muslims' protests spread thru Middle East (updated)

Protests and outrage are now spreading to Lebanon and Iran, and continue in Yemen and Egypt, Libya and now Sudan, over the film "Innocence of Muslims", released on YouTube, which insults the Prophet Mohammed.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 25 comments

Iran’s first nuclear power plant operating at full capacity

Bushehr - Iran's Bushehr nuclear power plant is open and operating at full capacity. This is the first power plant of its type in the Islamic Republic.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 8 comments

Iran government offices logging off the Internet

Tehran - Iran is planning to move the country's key ministries away from the World Wide Web. Tehran states that the Internet is "untrustworthy" and the country is planning a domestic intranet.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 3 comments

Iran warns: If Israel attacks, Israel will be destroyed

Negotiations between world powers and Iran wrapped up in Moscow with no resolution, and a high-ranking Iranian general has sent a strong warning to Israel on possible attacks.
In the Media by Anne Sewell

Iran found to have more enriched uranium

Iran has been reported to have uranium which is more highly enriched than previously thought. The UN's IAEA has reported the find.
In the Media by Gar Swaffar - 20 comments

Iranian Admiral: 'We can move a vessel within three miles of NYC'

An official of the Iranian military said last week that the country's navy has the ability to move a naval vessel within three miles of the East Coast of the United States.
In the Media by JohnThomas Didymus - 1 comment

Iran begins cloning U.S. drone ― Reverse engineering complete

Tehran - Iran announced in December last year that it had captured the RQ-170 U.S. spy drone that had invaded its airspace. It seems the Iranians have been playing with it ever since and have now succeeded in making a clone.
In the Media by Anne Sewell - 6 comments

Iran: Lecturer faces death penalty for 'enmity towards God'

Teheran - Professor Abdolreza Ghanbari, a lecturer at Payame Nour University in Teheran, Islamic Republic of Iran, was charged with Moharebeh (enmity towards God) and he is waiting to be executed.
In the Media by Alessio Fratticcioli - 5 comments

Iranian scientists victim of Israel's Mossad?

Tehran - Mossad behind assassination of Tehran's nuclear experts and scientists last week, says the Time magazine quoting "Western intelligence sources".
In the Media by Alessio Fratticcioli - 10 comments

Diplomats await Atomic Energy report on Iran's nuclear capacity

Diplomats are bracing themselves for the release of a report documenting fresh insight into Iran's suspected nuclear weapons drive. The report has significance in the wake of growing speculation of a possible attack on the Islamic republic .
In the Media by Kev Hedges - 3 comments

Iran's Ministry of Intelligence detains alleged BBC spies

Tehran - The Iranian Intelligence Ministry has summomned and detained several people it alleges have links to the BBB's Persian language service. Iran accuses the BBC of operating a spy ring sending information to MI6.
In the Media by Katerina Nikolas

Op-Ed: Iran’s terrible dilemma

Tehran - An article concerning the dilemma faced by the Iranian legal authorities concerning the sentence on a man who threw acid in the face of a young woman.
In the Media by Alexander Baron

Narcotics officials in Iran crackdown on crystal meth trade

Tehran - Iranian law enforcement narcotics officials with help from a newly passed drug law, have turned up the heat on crystal meth drug traffickers.
In the Media by Shawn Kay - 1 comment

Tehran, American hiker released

Sara Shourd was released from Tehran's Evin prison. He left Iran on a flight to Oman. She was arrested on the border with Iraq in June 2009 for having crossed the border. Still held the other two hikers.
In the Media by Matteo Marras

Iran spokesperson announces Tehran to host 14th G15 Summit

Tehran - The Iranian Foreign Ministry stated this week that the May 17 G15 Summit in Tehran will be a great way to gain cooperation among the 18 nations in the region. Guests include the Brazilian and Sri Lankan Presidents.
In the Media by Andrew Moran - 2 comments

Tehran University Students Protest Famed Filmmakers' Imprisonment

Tehran Arts University students have issued a public statement condemning the imprisonment of filmmakers Jafar Panahi and Mohammad Nourizad, the latter awaiting a flogging. The statement was especially harsh toward fellow artists who have remained silent.
In the Media by Johnny Simpson

Iran jamming satellite signals from U.S. and British broadcasts

British and U.S. broadcasters say that Iran is jamming signals from a key communications satellite in an effort to keep news of opposition demonstrations from most Iranians.
In the Media by Steven Z.K. Nickels

Mousavi nephew assassinated while walking in Tehran streets

Former Iranian Prime Minister Mir Hossein Mousavi's nephew, Seyyed Ali Habibi Mousavi Khamene, has been killed on the streets surrounding the protests in Tehran.
In the Media by Andrew Moran

Opposition Reports: 4 Iranian protesters killed by police

Opposition websites have reported the deaths of four protesters, shot by police. The protesters were part of the mass protests that erupted in Tehran and other Iranian cities on Sunday. Government representatives deny any deaths.
In the Media by Stephanie Dearing - 3 comments

Sharp clashes being reported in Tehran, other cities

Clashes between protesters and government forces are being reported in Tehran and possibly other Iranian cities as well, according to various Internet sources.
In the Media by Steven Z.K. Nickels - 2 comments

Family Await News of Iranian-American Arrested in Tehran

The family of an Iranian-American, who was previously detained by Iranian authorities back in 2007, are still awaiting news of his whereabouts and the crime of which he has been accused after he was arrested again on Thursday at his home in Tehran.
In the Media by Chris Dade

Iranian presidential candidate withdraws election complaint

As protests in Iran enter their twelfth day and violent crackdowns and arrests intensify, one presidential candidate withdraws his complaint on election results - creating a crack in the resistance.
In the Media by Michael Krebs
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A model of the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant in Iran
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A model of the Bushehr Nuclear Power Plant in Iran
A section of the famous Tehran Bazaar in Tehran  Iran.
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A section of the famous Tehran Bazaar in Tehran, Iran.
Roads heading towards downtown Tehran  Iran. The Alborz Mountains can be seen in the background.
Roads heading towards downtown Tehran, Iran. The Alborz Mountains can be seen in the background.
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The famous Milad tower is seen during a special occasion in Tehran  Iran.
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The famous Milad tower is seen during a special occasion in Tehran, Iran.
Female Ninjas in Iran.
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Female Ninjas in Iran.
Peugeot car assembly plant in Iran
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Peugeot car assembly plant in Iran

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