Khorasan, Iran Newswire (Page 10)

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  1. Iranian protesters between self-immolation, suicideRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | Egypt Today

    Iranians' loss of faith in the regime has pushed them over the edge, leading some to protest uncontrollably, and others to commit suicide and self-immolation. These developments occurring in the Iranian conservative society suggest a turning point within the Persian state's political and social development trajectories.

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  2. Iran tried to block the internet to disrupt protests. It wound up disrupting daily lifeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | Los Angeles Times

    When Iranian authorities cracked down on the internet this month in an attempt to suppress unrest, tech entrepreneur Milad Nouri did what he has grown accustomed to doing: He found a way around the censors. Like other Iranians dependent on the web, Nouri was at first set back when the Supreme National Security Council restricted access to social media applications and servers commonly used to bypass Iran's cloistered internet.

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  3. Mossad chief: Protests unlikely to topple Iran regimeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | The Times of Israel

    Mossad chief Yossi Cohen speaks at an event honoring agents from the security service on October 2, 2017. The head of Israel's spy agency said Tuesday that the protests in Iran were unlikely to topple the regime and warned that massive Iranian-backed forces were "galloping into the Middle East without hindrance" to spread the Islamic Republic's vision of Islam.

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  4. 3,700 arrested during protests in Iran: MPRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | Al Jazeera

    About 3,700 people were arrested across cities in Iran as a rare wave of anti-government protests and unrest gripped the country, according to a parliament member. Tehran MP Mahmoud Sadeghi announced the official figure, which is much higher than previous estimates, via the state-run ICANA news agency on Tuesday.

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  5. Iran Outsmarted Itself in Silencing ActivistsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Humans Rights Watch

    When protests broke out in Mashhad on December 28 and quickly spread to dozens of other cities across Iran, very few seemed to be able to say who the protesters actually were and what specific grievances sent them to into the streets. Even in online Telegram groups encompassing hundreds of political and social activists inside and outside the country, few could offer a first-hand narrative of what was happening.

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  6. Protests expose need for freedoms, Iranian saysRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 9, 2018 | NWAonline

    Iranian President Hassan Rouhani said the anger that led to a week of anti-government protests exposed the need for the greater freedoms he has long championed, as well as a stronger economy. Conservatives have portrayed the demonstrations across the nation as proof that Rouhani's economic policies have failed to improve living standards for the majority, in the latest clash between the two power blocs tussling for supremacy in Iranian politics.

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  7. Mashhad-Nakhchivan train schedule disclosedRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Trend

    News selected on topics and regions - oil and gas, business, politics, IT, the South Caucasus, the Caspian Sea region, Central Asia Ranking of the Azerbaijani banking sector CONTACT US E-MAIL: sales@trend.az PHONES: + 994 12 437 18 46 Azad Abdulrahimzade: +994 50 669-48-84 Aybeniz Askerova: +994 50 677-42-28 The Nakhchivan-Mashhad high-speed train, which will resume operation from January 11, will run once a week, the Azerbaijan Railways CJSC said in a message Jan. 9. According to the message, the train will leave Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic on Thursdays at 7:00 and arrive in the Iranian holy city of Mashhad the next day at 14:25. The train will return to Nakhchivan on Sunday at 6:00.

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  8. Unrests in Iran could push oil prices upRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Trend

    The unrests in Iran should not have a lasting and very significant impact on the global oil market, but these tensions may have an indirect effect on oil prices, Francis Perrin, Senior Fellow at the OCP Policy Center and Senior Research Fellow at the French Institute for International and Strategic Affairs , told Trend. "Protests in Iran have pushed oil prices upwards in the recent days with North Sea Brent reaching $68 per barrel on Jan.4 on Asian markets.

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  9. The Latest: Iran says 3 soldiers killed near Iraq borderRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | WDUN-AM Gainesville

    In this photo provided by Tasnim News Agency, Iranian demonstrators burn representations of U.S. and Israeli flags in a pro-government rally in the northeastern city of Mashhad, Iran, Thursday, Jan. 4, 2018. The strength of protests shaking Iran was unclear on Thursday after a week of unrest that killed at least 21 people, with fewer reports of demonstrations as government supporters again took to the streets in several cities and towns.

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  10. Will Protests in Iran Pave the Way for Economic Changes?Read the original story w/Photo

    Jan 8, 2018 | Knowledge@Wharton

    Wharton's Philip Nichols, Brandeis University's Nader Habibi and Virginia Tech's Djavad Salehi-Isfahani discuss the impact of protests in Iran. The widespread unrest in Iran over the past week that saw thousands protest over the economy, inflation, corruption and unemployment may not bring much-needed political reforms and economy boosters.

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  11. Protesters arrested in Iran after rally against price hikesRead the original story

    Dec 28, 2017 | Valley Morning Star

    Iranians angry over rising food prices and inflation protested in the country's second-largest city and other areas Thursday, putting new pressure on President Hassan Rouhani as his signature nuclear deal with world powers remains in peril.

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  12. Iranians In Eastern Cities Protest Over Economic TroublesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | Weekday Magazine

    Protesters took to the streets of the eastern Iranian city of Mashhad and other towns on December 28 to voice their anger over high prices and unemployment. Clashes were reported as police used tear gas to disperse the crowds. Amateur videos provided to RFE/RL's Radio Farda shows scenes of unrest.

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  13. Anti-government protests break out in Iran over economic woesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | The Times of Israel

    Hundreds took to the streets of Iran's second-largest city Mashhad and other towns on Thursday to protest high prices and unemployment, a reformist media group reported. "The demonstration was illegal yet the police confronted them with a lot of tolerance," Mashhad governor Mohammad Rahim Norouzian said, according to the semi-official ISNA news agency.

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  14. Iran is biggest challenge to peace and security across the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | Iran Liberty

    Years ago, Maryam Rajavi, the leader of the Iranian opposition, warned against the threat of Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism emanating from Tehran. But the appeasement policy by the West, especially during the eight years of the Obama administration, kept this truth hidden and allowed the Iranian regime to pursue its evil goals without fear of retribution and accountability.

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  15. Azerbaijani press: Mashhad-Nakhchivan train likely to boost tourism in New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 28, 2017 | Groong

    Iranian Consul General to Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Mansour Airom has expressed hope that re-launching the Mashhad-Nakhchivan train would help boost tourism in the neighboring countries over the next year. Iranian and Azerbaijani railways officials are making efforts to re-launch the Mashhad-Nakhchivan train in the early days of January 2018, the envoy told Trend.

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  16. Saffron shown to relieve post-natal depressionRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 27, 2017 | Jerusalem Post

    Afghan women collect saffron flowers in the Karukh district of Herat, Afghanistan, November 5, 2016. Picture taken November 5, 2016.

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  17. Mashhad-Nakhchivan train likely to boost tourism in New YearRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 26, 2017 | Today.Az

    Iranian Consul General to Azerbaijan's Nakhchivan Autonomous Republic Mansour Airom has expressed hope that re-launching the Mashhad-Nakhchivan train would help boost tourism in the neighboring countries over the next year. Iranian and Azerbaijani railways officials are making efforts to re-launch the Mashhad-Nakhchivan train in the early days of January 2018, the envoy told Trend.

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  18. Long quest to find her biological parents continuesRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 24, 2017 | Tehran Times

    Known as Eline Koning among her adopted family and friends in the Netherlands, and by Farideh in a children's home in Iran years ago, this 41-year-old Iranian-Dutch woman is still on a mission to find her biological parents. A documentary film, Finding Farideh , had its premiere in a film festival at the Cinema Verite on December 13th in Tehran.

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  19. Iranian ensemble sells books instead of tickets to promote readingRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2017 | Tehran Times

    In the northeastern town of Sabzevar on Tuesday night, one hall offered books for sale to concertgoers instead of tickets as an incentive to promote reading on behalf of the Darvag-e Sabzevar ensemble. Over 500 books, most of which were by children's writers, were sold at the concert, the Persian service of IRNA reported on Wednesday.

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  20. Thick smog keeps schools closed for fourth day in IranRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 20, 2017 | Egypt Today

    Average airborne concentration of the finest and most hazardous particles was "unhealthy" at 160 microgrammes per cubic metre, slightly worse than Tuesday, authorities said. That is more than six times higher than the World Health Organization recommended maximum of 25 microgrammes per m3 over a 24-hour period.

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