Archiv für den Tag 25. November 2011
WSJ: „The United Nations‘ nuclear chief, Yukiya Amano, is stepping up efforts to gain access to Iranian scientists, secret documents and military sites, even as Tehran unleashes new attacks against his credibility and mandate. The increasingly personal nature of the standoff between Mr. Amano, head of the International Atomic Energy Agency, and Tehran’s regime continued, as Iran rejected an agency invitation to a gathering last week aimed at countering proliferation and establishing a nuclear-weapons-free zone in the Middle East. In Iran, Mr. Amano’s agency is seeking an interview in Tehran with Mohsen Fakhrizadeh, an Iranian scientist believed to be overseeing Iran’s nuclear-weapons research. The agency also wants access to a military site called Parchin, 18 miles south of Tehran, which is suspected of conducting high-explosives testing. ‚We have listed the elements that need to be addressed,‘ Mr. Amano said in a recent interview. ‚We would like to have access to people, documents, information and locations.'“ http://t.uani.com/vpfLJ9 Lies den Rest dieses Beitrags
IRAN, — Two people named Ramin Hatemi and Asher Tehmasubi were executed by the Iranian regime, local sources reported.
The prisoners were hanged in the early morning of 20th November in the prison of Brujn city in the province of Cheharmahal Bekhtyari. They were both charged with rape.
Including this case, 530 people have been hanged in Iran since the beginning of the 2011 year.
Iranian Power Struggle Emerges In Newspaper Headline
A power struggle in Iran spilled over on November 22 onto the front page of the government newspaper „Iran.“ In an unprecedented act of protest, the state daily published its front page without a headline. More
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