of straying into Iranian waters in the Shatt al-Arab waterway which divides southwestern Iran from Iraq.
Ahmad Agahi, the spokesperson for workers in the factory based in
the town of Fouman (northern Gilan province), told a state-run news agency yesterday that poverty and social pressures were what
brought the man to commit suicide.
(southern Iran) filed a complaint against Sharq daily for publishing an article about the spread of corruption in the ancient city following the December 26, 2003 earthquake ...
of Saddam Hussein voted Sunday for candidates who they hope will make Iraq a more Islamic state. "I'm very happy if Islam gets the biggest victory," said Zohour Aziz Ansar, 56, who came to Qom from the Iraqi Shiite city of Karbala 23 years ago.
U.S. Undersecretary of State John Bolton told reporters in Bahrain
he was trying to coordinate policies on Iran with its Gulf Arab neighbors, and that Washington sought a "peaceful and diplomatic solution."
Rossing Uranium Limited, which is majority owned by Anglo-Australian firm Rio Tinto, sells its uranium to nuclear power plants in the United States, Japan, South Korea and Sweden.
The latest revelation comes after another classified document was obtained by the Resistance from within Iran's intelligence and security apparatus earlier this month confirming insurgents' links to Iran.
energy exploration contracts came under criticism this month. Halliburton, the nation's largest energy- and military-services company, plans to cease dealings in Iran when it completes
its present commitments, David J. Lesar, Halliburton's chief executive, told investors on a conference call.
"We are most decisively in favour of the fact that Iran completely gives up military use of nuclear power, forever if at all possible," Schroeder told global political and business leaders at the World Economic Forum.
In turn this is making it harder for Europe to offer Iran economic incentives to persuade it to abandon nuclear processes that could be used to build weapons.