The event was sponsored by some 34 European human rights organisations and will be open to the general public until next week.
This figure represents seventeen percent of the provinces population, Mokhtar Mohammadian said.
"We expect to visit Parchin within the next few weeks," ElBaradei said.
ElBaradei's International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has been seeking to visit Parchin since July.
"We have a strong belief that Iran is the main accused in the deterioration of the security situation in Iraq, such as illegal entry, smuggling of arms and means of sabotage," he told Emirati newspaper Al-Bayan.
The majority of nurses from both public and private hospitals in Shiraz took part in the demonstration which was held from day-brake in Faculty of Medicine in the University of Shiraz.
The demonstration by a large number of students started Monday morning.
all foreign imports come from the black-market every year and hinted at widespread government corruption as the cause.
GCC Secretary-General Abdel Rahman Attiya was quoted in the Saudi daily al-Watan as saying, "Saudi Arabia and the other GCC countries can't find any justification for such nuclear activity which poses great dangers for all the peoples in the Gulf region."
Protesters stopped all traffic flowing on the Javaneh freeway between the 17th and 19th districts in the Iranian capital.
said yesterday, At the start of the revolution we had perhaps 150,000 addicts, but presently we are facing four million addicts.
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Many of these children are forced into illegal employment such as smuggling, selling narcotics, and prostitution and have to forgo any opportunity of studying in school. Virtually all such children are facing malnutrition and are prone to diseases due to lack of hygiene, according to the latest statistics.