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Monthly Archives: January 2019

Are Iran’s Reformists still able to rally public around the flag?

Al-Monitor – With the Iranian public’s growing discontent with moderate President Hassan Rouhani, the country’s Reformists are trying to keep him at arm’s length. But this has done little to appease voters who blame most of the government inadequacies in recent years on the political behavior of the Reform movement.

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No Standard Heating For 136,000 Classrooms: Iran’s Deputy Education Minister

Radiofarda – The heating systems in 136,000 classrooms across Iran do not have the required standards, the Islamic Republic’s Deputy Minister of Education has said.  “As most of these classrooms are located in the province of Sistan & Baluchestan and other regions with no gas pipelines, it is impossible to upgrade their heating system for the moment,” Mehrollah Rakhshani Mehr …

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Iran’s DOE builds underpass to avoid Asiatic cheetah road crash deaths

PayvandNews – In an attempt to provide a safe place for the few surviving Asiatic cheetahs, Iran’s Department of Environment (DOE) has constructed an underground passage stretching to 8 kilometers along Abbasabad road in central province of Semnan, Rajab Ali Karegar, the Conservation of the Asiatic Cheetah (CACP) project deputy director has said.

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AFC Asian Cup Semi-final: Iran 0-3 Japan

The AFC.com – Osako who was included from the start for the first time since sustaining a hip injury in Japan’s opening game, put the four-time champions in front 11 minutes after the interval before doubling his side’s lead midway through the half from the penalty spot.

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