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Iran-Nuclear: Mullahs press to continue with their suspected nuclear programs

ImageNCRI - The clerical leaders in Iran appear more determined than ever to resist Western pressure over their disputed nuclear drive, raising the question of what any new talks with the European Union could actually achieve, reported AFP.
 
Britain, France and Germany are still hoping to convince mullahs to limit work on the nuclear fuel cycle as an "objective guarantee" the process will not be diverted to make weapons. Their offer of trade and other incentives has already been rejected.


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Iran-Nuclear: Refer mullahs' nuclear file to UN Security Council - Norway rally

ImageNCRI – Supporters of the Iranian Resistance in Trondheim, northern Norway, went out on streets in sub-zero temperature to protest against mullahs’ persistent efforts to acquire nuclear weapons.

Iranians as well as Norwegians joined the rally on Saturday, November 26, to call on the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA), to refer mullahs’ nuclear file to the UN Security Council for adoption of an oil embargo on the fundamentalist regime in Iran.


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Iran: Removal of PMOI from terror list crucial for democratic change - Australian groups

Conference on Iran in AustraliaNCRI - Australian MPs and human rights activists at a conference in Sydney expressed support for the Iranian Resistance and called for removal of the People’s Mojahdedin Organization of Iran from terrorist lists.

Participants discussed human rights violations in Iran, the clerical regime's nuclear ambitions and the export of terrorism and fundamentalism to Iraq.


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Iran-Nuclear: Britain certain Iran developing long-range weapons

Jack Straw, British Foreign Secretary
NCRI, LONDON – Jack Straw, British Foreign Secretary said Tuesday it was an "incontrovertible" fact that Iran was developing long-range missiles, According to Agence France Presse. But he stopped short of asserting that Tehran was using its fledgling nuclear program -- currently under intense scrutiny by the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) -- to develop nuclear weapons.


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Iranian Resistance group protests status as terrorist organization

From left: Lord Archer, Lord Corbett, The Rt. Hon. The Lord Fraser, Lord Russell-JohnstonAssociated Press, LONDON - The People's Mojahedin of Iran protested at a conference Tuesday its classification as a terrorist group under the EU's blacklist and the British Terrorism Act of 2000.

At least 30 British legislators and experts in international law spoke in favor of the organization at the conference, according to Dowlat Nowrouzi, the United Kingdom representative of the National Council of Resistance of Iran. The People's Mojahedin is a member of the council.


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IRAN'S 'SPONSORSHIP OF TERRORISM' CONDEMNED

Peers and Lawyers meet on Iran at House of LordsNCRI, LONDON: A symposium in the House of Lords on Tuesday called for Iranian regime’s “human rights abuses, sponsorship of terrorism and nuclear file” to be referred to the United Nations Security Council, said the Press Association.

The symposium, held by the British Parliamentary Committee for Iran Freedom, also denounced the Iranian regime’s “meddling in the affairs of Iraq and the mullahs’ promotion of suicide bombers”.


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Iran-GCC: Gulf states express concern over mullahs' ambitions

Shahab long range missile on parade in IranNCRI - Regional security issues and the role of NATO in enhancing security in the Gulf region was debated in a conference in Doha on Sunday, November 27.

Reporting the event, the Kuwaiti news agency, KUNA, quoted Abdulrahman Al-Attiyah, Secretary-General of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) as saying to the conferees that the issue of Iran and the Gulf was a current priority because it was directly linked to regional security.


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