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Iran Arrests 6 Filmmakers Accused of Working for BBC

Iranian authorities have arrested a group of 6 filmmakers accusing them of working for the BBC Persian service and seeking to portray a negative image of the Islamic state , which is banned in the country. The arrests came a … Continue reading

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Could Iran be on the verge of revolution?

Leon Panetta, the recently appointed U.S. Defense Secretary, and former CIA director, has predicted that revolution in Iran appears to be a matter of time. best essay writing service reviews “I think the reform movement in Iran is learning one … Continue reading

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Upcoming Iranian elections spark fear of national unrest

Iran’s supreme leader, Ayatollah Ali Khamenei has voiced his concerns that next year’s parliamentary elections could pose a threat to the country’s security and has called for national unity. best personal essays Speaking to worshippers at prayers marking the end … Continue reading

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Google+ Blocked in Iran

The government of Iran has cracked down on freedom of speech once again, and blocked the new social network Google+, less than two weeks after it was launched. treatment for lipoma home solar panels Iranian officials fear that Google+ can … Continue reading

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