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Iran’s Education System: A Comprehensive Crisis!

Iran’s education system

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran’s education system is going to be faced with an imminent crisis and shortage of workforce in coming years as the retirees are not replaced with adequate new personnel.

“The crisis will pass its tolerance threshold level in fall this year,” says Esfandiar Chaharband, head of the Education Department’s Human Resource Planning and IT Center.

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Iran Regime’s Weaknesses Need to Be Fully Exploited

Iran Regime’s Weaknesses Need to Be Fully Exploited

By Amir Taghati

The Iranian regime is in a very precarious position. It is being pressured from numerous angles and the uncertainty about the future, especially in terms of US sanctions, means that it is on shaky ground.

As well as re-imposing the sanctions that were lifted when the 2015 nuclear deal was implemented, the United States has announced that fresh sanctions will be applied.

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Friday's Iran Mini Report - June 15, 2018

Friday's Iran Mini Report - June 15, 2018

• World Cup 2018: A billboard in support of Iran is criticized for excluding women

The picture shows men of different ethnicities celebrating around a trophy.

A line under the picture reads in Persian: "Together we are champions; one nation, one heartbeat."

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Iranian Regime’s Fear of PMOI/MEK Revealed in Remarks on Iranians’ Grand Gathering in Paris

Iranian regime’s fear of PMOI/MEK -Free Iran Grand Gathering in Paris

By Mahmoud Hakamian

Iran’s economic and social crises are pushing the Iranian society deeper into an eruptive state, with the signs being clearly seen in significant increase in recent ongoing protests staged by people from different walks of life.

The National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) is going to hold its Grand Gathering in Paris on June 30, to support Iranian people’s uprising and protests and promote their demand for a regime change in Iran. The gathering shows that Iranian people’s protests are strongly backed both domestically and by the international community.

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How Iran Regime’s Repressive Policies Affect Even Football

How Iran regime’s Repressive Policies affect even Football

By Staff Writer

June 14th marks the start of the 2018 World Cup in Russia. As football is the most popular sport in Iran, Iranian media has been discussing the impact that the US withdrawal from the nuclear deal has had on football.

Two weeks ago, the American company, Nike, refused to provide shoes for Iran’s national football team because of US sanctions, despite their previous agreement to do so. As well, many international companies are wary of sponsoring Iran’s national team.

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