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Monthly Archives: April 2018

Iran-Iraq War continues to claim lives

Al-Monitor –  Mansur Moradi began panicking as blood poured from both his legs after an unexpected explosion. Stranded in a minefield in western Iran, any movement he made could trigger yet another blast. The mountainous region is covered with millions of anti-personnel landmines laid during the 1980-88 Iran-Iraq War. Ultimately, the 36-year-old survived, thanks to luck. Iranian border guards managed to …

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Turkey hosts Iran, Russia to discuss Syria’s future

Al-Monitor – On April 4, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani attended a trilateral summit with his Turkish and Russian counterparts to discuss the path forward in Syria. As expected, the trip gained the attention of Iranian media and foreign policy analysts in Tehran.

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Sacred fire alive for 1,550 years at Iranian Zoroastrian temple

PayvandNews – Iran’s central city of Yazd is home to one of the fire temples most sacred to Zoroastrians worldwide with a flame that has been burning for nearly 1,550 years.  The Yazd temple is one of the world’s nine Zoroastrian fire temples which hold the sacred Atash Behram, meaning Fire of Victory.

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