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Ali Akbar Dareini

Ali Akbar Dareini

    Iran considers relocating uranium enrichment plants
    Iran considers relocating uranium enrichment plants
    Iran may move its uranium enrichment facilities to safer locations if this becomes necessary, a senior military commander said on Wednesday,...
    Iran's fashion crackdown moves beyond headscarves
    Iran's fashion crackdown moves beyond headscarves
    It's an Iranian rite of summer: Islamic morality squads pressure women to keep their headscarves snug and coverings in place, and after a few extra...
    Iran chokes off internet on eve of student rallies
    Iran chokes off internet on eve of student rallies
    Government opponents shouted "Allahu Akbar" and "Death to the Dictator" from Tehran's rooftops in the pouring rain on the eve of student demonstrations planned for Monday. Authorities choked off internet access and warned journalists working for foreign media to stick to their offices...
    Iran tries US journalist behind closed doors
    Iran tries US journalist behind closed doors
    A jailed American journalist charged by Iran with espionage stood trial behind closed doors and a verdict is expected within weeks, Iran's...
    Ahmadinejad: Iran now has 3 000 centrifuges
    Ahmadinejad: Iran now has 3 000 centrifuges
    Iran has achieved a landmark in its controversial uranium-enrichment programme, President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday, suggesting that...
    Iran announces expanded enrichment programme
    Iran announces expanded enrichment programme
    Iran announced a dramatic expansion of uranium enrichment on Monday, saying it has begun operating 3 000 centrifuges -- nearly 10 times the...
    Iran insists sailors were in its waters
    Iran insists sailors were in its waters
    Iran on Saturday insisted that 15 British sailors it seized had illegally entered Iranian waters, denouncing what it called a "blatant aggression"....
    Death toll climbs after three western Iran quakes
    Death toll climbs after three western Iran quakes
    Three strong earthquakes followed by several aftershocks have jolted western Iran, killing at least 66 people and injuring at least 988, state...
    Bombs kill six in south-western Iran
    Bombs kill six in south-western Iran
    Bombs killed six people and wounded several others in the south-western city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, Iranian state television reported.
    Iran breaks UN seals, resumes uranium conversion
    Iran breaks UN seals, resumes uranium conversion
    A defiant Iran resumed full operations at its uranium conversion plant as Europe and the United States struggled to find a way to stop the Islamic...
    Welcome to the Internet Shahkooh
    Welcome to the Internet Shahkooh
    At first glance, this could be any sleepy Iranian hamlet. Women weave carpets on traditional looms. Tea brews over open fires. Donkeys outnumber...
    Iran's suffering wives turn to murder
    Iran's suffering wives turn to murder
    Married at age 13 to a man 18 years her senior, Ferdows was the wife that Iranian society expected her to be: obedient and silent, despite the...