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Jaafari rejects US sectarian warning

Car bomb kills at least 21BAGHDAD (Reuters) — A car bomb killed at least 21 people in Baghdad on Tuesday hours after Iraqi Prime Minister Ibrahim Al Jaafari angrily dismissed US warnings to shun sectarianism in the country’s new government. The blast in the southern Dora district, the bloodiest in …

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Abbas asks Hamas to form gov’t

RAMALLAH — Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas yesterday officially tasked Hamas with forming a new Palestinian government as Palestinian legislators were sworn in during the opening ceremony of the second Palestinian Legislative Council. The ceremony was held simultaneously in the presidential compound in Ramallah and the parliament building in Gaza City, …

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Ayatollah Seyed Ali Khamenei

Seyed Ali Khamenei was born in Mashhad Khorasan province of Iran, in 1939. He began religious studies before completing the elementary education. He attended the classes of masters of “Sath” (seminary lectures based on reading textbooks) and “Kharej” (seminary lectures not based on reading textbooks) in Mashhad, such as Haj …

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IRIB and Ahmadinejad

Last night TV had a report on the visit of Mr Ahmadinejad to Hormozgan province. Although such coordination and wide coverage of the news of the president’s trips by IRIB is unprecedented, it is a good act to keep people informed of the performance of their government. This is what …

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The New Situation of Iraq

With its election, Iraq has entered a new atmosphere for which it should be congratulated. In my trip to Emirate, I came across an official board from Iraq in the lobby of the hotel who had come there to extend their condolence on behalf of Iraq.

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