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Nuremberg protest over Iran visit

Nuremberg protest over Iran visit By Ray Furlong

BBC News, Nuremberg - Demonstrations are due to take place in Nuremberg on Sunday ahead of a World Cup match in which Iran faces Mexico.

The Iranian vice-president is attending the match and protests have been announced by the local Jewish community as well as Iranian exile groups.

Iran's Revolutionary Guards are the worst phenomena - Italian minister

Iran's Revolutionary Guards are the worst phenomena - Giuliano AmatoNCRI - Italian Interior Minister, Giugliano Amato said that Iranian Revolutionary Guards' elements are the worst phenomena on the face of Earth.

The Italian ANSA news agency reported that Amato, speaking at a conference on "Iran and America, neutralizing a crisis" said: "I must confess that Iran's Revolutionary Guards' forces remind me of Cambodia. I can't imagine that in a civilized country such as Iran, people like this succeed in staying in power for such a long time. This Revolutionary Guards' forces are the worst phenomena on the face of Earth."

US insurance company break ties with Iran

US insurance company break ties with IranNCRI - The American AON insurance company announced it will cut all business ties with the Iranian regime.

The director general of Iran's Central Insurance Company, Hemmati said: "The AON shareholders have decided to cut off all trade ties with Iran and they are no longer able to cooperate with Iran's central Insurance Co."

U.S. using financial clout to squeeze Iran

U.S. using financial clout to squeeze Iran By David J. Lynch

USA TODAY — In private talks with foreign bankers, U.S. officials are highlighting the risks of operating in Iran in a bid to squeeze the country's hard-line clerical regime.

The campaign, which has yet to seriously pinch the Iranian economy, is intended to impress upon Tehran the costs of its controversial nuclear program.

EU lawmakers seek to ban Iran from World Cup

EU lawmakers seek to ban Iran from World CupBy Darren Ennis

Reuters, BRUSSELS - European Union lawmakers will urge political leaders on Thursday to back a letter to FIFA calling for Iran to be banned from the World Cup finals because of controversial remarks by the country's president.

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