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Iran Protests Watch - June 11, 2018

Iran Protests Watch - June 11, 2018

AHVAZ, Southwest Iran. Protest gathering of the National Steel Industrial Group workers

On Monday morning, June 11, 2018, more than 400 workers of Iran National Steel Industrial Group in Ahvaz once again called for the consideration of the status of the company and the payment of their delayed salaries in a gathering in front of the Governorate in Ahvaz.

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Iran: What Options Remain?

By Staff Writer

Last month, US President Donald Trump announced that the United States is exiting the 2015 Iran nuclear deal, ending months of speculation. European leaders were calling on Trump to remain party to the deal, but he refused. In his speech, Trump pointed out that the nuclear deal was founded on lies and deception. Furthermore, Iran’s nuclear ambitions were not curbed and the billions of dollars that Iran benefitted from as a result of the lifting of sanctions was plundered on terrorist activities and the financing of proxy groups across the Middle East.

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Monday's Iran Mini Report - June 11, 2018

Monday's Iran Mini Report - June 11, 2018

• Iranian official: We protected al-Qaeda terrorists before 9/11

A top Iranian official has admitted for the first time that Iran knowingly helped al-Qaeda terrorists — including some of the 9/11 attackers — travel secretly through the Middle East.

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Water Shortage Is a ‘Silent Earthquake’ in Iran

Water Shortage-Iran

By Staff Writer

One of the top priorities of all governments, especially in countries where dryness and water shortage is an issue, is not only the management and maintenance but also the improvement of water resources.

Whilst the world’s average precipitation in depth is 850 mm, Iran’s is only 250 mm; which is why it is categorised as one of the dry/semi-dry regions of the world. Given this fact, one would naturally think that water management is amongst the top priorities of Iran’s government. But is it really?

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Iran’s “Brain Drain” Ranks First in the World

Iran’s “Brain Drain”

By Staff Writer

Iran ranks first in the world, in brain drain; with around 25% of its educated people currently living in developed countries.

According to the International Monetary Fund (IMF), the emigration of educated Iranians abroad has increased remarkably; every year, from 150 to 180 thousand people leave the country behind, which is equivalent to a whopping 150 billion dollars’ worth of capital.

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