Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 15 Irans Defence Minister accused the West on Wednesday of scientific apartheid and rejected criticism in Western media against the Islamic Republic as a repeated scenario.
Reuters: Iranian police have arrested around 1,000 people in the central seminary city of Qom after violent clashes over the closure of a house of worship used by mystical Sufi Muslims, city officials said on Wednesday.
AP: Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice asked Congress on Wednesday for $75 million this year to build democracy in Iran, saying the U.S. must support Iranians who are seeking freedoms under what she called a radical regime.
Washington Post: While the international community is locking horns with Iran over its plan to push ahead with uranium enrichment -- a potential first step toward making nuclear weapons -- a separate global confrontation is gathering steam over labor practices under the Iranian theocracy.
Wall Street Journal: Bush administration officials who promoted war with Iraq envisioned Americans reshaping the country in their own image after the war. Instead, the reshaping is increasingly being carried out by Iran -- the same nation that has provoked a diplomatic furor over its nuclear ambitions.
AP: Iran has resumed small-scale enrichment of uranium, a senior nuclear negotiator said Tuesday, showing the country was determined to proceed with its atomic development despite international moves to restrict it.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 14 Hard-line radicals linked to Irans Revolutionary Guards rallied outside the British embassy in Tehran and called for the death of British Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 14 Radical Islamists attacked the German embassy in Tehran on Tuesday, protesting the printing of insulting cartoons of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in European dailies.
Iran Focus: Tehran, Iran, Feb. 14 A religious edict issued by the late Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini against the life of British author Salman Rushdie still stands, Irans official state news agency reported on the anniversary of the decree.
Reuters: Iran, Syria and other governments that failed to protect foreign embassies from mobs protesting over cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad should pay for the damage, U.N. Secretary-General Kofi Annan said on Monday.
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