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France demands Iran answer questions about ‘undeclared nuclear material’

Al-Arabia – France demanded Iran provide a full explanation about the presence of “undeclared nuclear material” in the country, the foreign ministry said on Monday. “Iran must immediately provide the necessary full and technically credible explanations to the questions the Agency is asking about the presence of undeclared nuclear material in Iran,” a ministry spokesman said. For the latest headlines, …

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MP Calls for Rouhani’s Prosecution Based on IRGC TV Series

Iranwire – This week a conservative MP for Kashmar, a city in Razavi Khorasan province, added his name to growing calls in parliament for ex-president of Iran Hassan Rouhani to be investigated, and potentially prosecuted, over issues during his time in office. Unlike others, though, Javad Nikbin based his demand on the content of the divisive TV series Gando: a spy …

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Iranian Police Study: Shame Officers Who Take Bribes on TV

Iranwire – Wherever power or wealth accumulates without adequate checks or accountability, corruption becomes a near-inevitable outcome. In Iran almost every official institution, from municipalities to courts to the police, are affected by this destructive tendency. The most common face of corruption in Iran is bribery: so much so that between six and 13 percent of all respondents in a survey …

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West labeled ‘terrorism state sponsor’ Iran lectures Afghanistan on fighting terror

Al-Arabia – Iran, a country labelled by the US and Europe as a state sponsor of terrorism, urged Afghanistan to ensure the country fought terrorism. Iran’s Foreign Minister Hossein Amir-Abdollahian stressed “the necessity of continuing the fight against terrorism” in a call with Afghanistan’s head of the High Council for National Reconciliation, Abdullah Abdullah, Iranian Press TV reported on Sunday. …

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Iranian Covid-19 Vaccine Hubs Close as Shortages Bite

Iranwire – Both Iranian citizens and the media are – again – reporting widespread closures at health centers due to shortages of Covid-19 vaccines. But the Islamic Republic’s official figures imply the nationwide vaccination drive has sped up. “Today, September 2, all the vaccination hubs in western Tehran were closed because they had no vaccines,” tweeted the journalist Zahra Arab. “People were desperate. They …

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