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Monthly Archives: July 2018

Drought, inefficiency lead to major power shortage in Iran

Al-Monitor – Iran has been gripped with drought for over a decade, and the country’s precipitation has dropped to its lowest level in the past half-century. According to the latest recorded figures by Iran’s Ministry of Energy, there have been 166 millimeters (6.5 inches) of rainfall across Iran in the current water year (from the beginning of October 2017), which …

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Iranians 30 Percent Poorer in Four Decades of Clerical Rule

Radiofarda – New statistics released by the World Bank reveal that Iran has had a painful economic decline during the past four decades of the Islamic Republic’s clerical rule. It appears that those who take pride in Iran’s widespread military presence in the region, deliberately or unknowingly ignore the collapse of the country’s national economy. New statistics released by the …

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Iranian Pilot Arrested After Revealing Safety Lapses On A TV Show

Radiofarda – An Iranian pilot who recently made revelations about gross safety violations by Iranian airlines was arrested on Sunday, July 15 in Tehran for a few hours. Amin Amir Sadeghi published a video on his Instagram page showing himself handcuffed by the police saying with a smirk that it was shameful that he had been arrested because he made …

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