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Iran rejects UN call to suspend enrichment

Iran rejects UN call to suspend enrichmentAgence France Presse - Iran's president has again rejected UN demands to freeze sensitive nuclear work, in comments coinciding with the arrival in Tehran of UN atomic chief Mohamed ElBaradei, the official news agency IRNA said Thursday.

"The situation is completely changed. We are a nuclear state," hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said in the wake of a breakthrough in the country's disputed nuclear programme.

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Iran: More executions and further suppressive measures

Iran: More executions and further suppressive measuresNCRI - An unnamed man was reported today to have been hanged in public in Qazvin Province, north western Iran.

The state-run media enumerated a variety of charges for the man and the regime's appointed judge was quoted as describing him as a clear example of an element spreading corruption on earth who deserved to be executed.

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Rajavi condemns Iran's extensive meddling in Iraq

Rajavi condemns Iran’s extensive meddling in IraqLeader of the Iranian opposition in exile says making concessions to Iran's mullahs is not way to avoid war.

Middle East Online - Maryam Rajavi, leader of the Iranian opposition in exile was in Strasburg, France, on April 10 for a formal visit to the Council of Europe on an invitation by the Liberal Party Group at the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe.

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No civilian reason for Iran nuclear enrichment : French FM

No civilian reason for Iran nuclear enrichment : French FMAgence France Presse - French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said Thursday that Iran's refusal to suspend its controversial nuclear drive could not be justified for civilian purposes.

"No civilian need justifies the enrichment activities undertaken by Iran," Douste-Blazy told RTL radio.

"There is no trust today between Iran and the international community, because of doubts about the nature of Iran's nuclear propramme," he said.

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No civilian reason for Iran nuclear enrichment : French FM

No civilian reason for Iran nuclear enrichment : French FMAgence France Presse - French Foreign Minister Philippe Douste-Blazy said Thursday that Iran's refusal to suspend its controversial nuclear drive could not be justified for civilian purposes.

"No civilian need justifies the enrichment activities undertaken by Iran," Douste-Blazy told RTL radio.

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UN must consider Iran response that includes military action: Rice

UN must consider Iran response that includes military action: RiceAgence France Presse - US Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice said on Thursday the United Nations should consider adopting a resolution against Iran's nuclear programme under chapter seven of the UN charter, which could allow military action.

Chapter seven sets out specific actions that can be taken when there is a threat to international peace or an act of aggression.

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China to send envoy to Iran, urges restraint

Cui Tiankai Reuter - China will send a top envoy on arms control to Iran and Russia in an effort to defuse Iran's nuclear standoff with the West, a ministry spokesman said on Thursday, urging restraint on all sides.

Assistant Foreign Minister Cui Tiankai would visit Iran and Russia from April 14-18, spokesman Liu Jianchao told a regular news conference.

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