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26th Aug 2013

Syria chemical weapon site inspections deemed too late by US,UK

UN weapons experts have begun heading to the site where hundreds of people were killed by poison gas in Syria last week. But the US and Britain are claiming it is too late. Russia has warned against intervention. A convoy … Continued

25th Aug 2013

Syrian army finds chemical agents in rebel hideout: State TV

Syrian state television said government soldiers found chemical agents in rebel tunnels in the Damascus suburb of Jobar on Saturday and some of the troops were suffocating. “Army heroes are entering the tunnels of the terrorists and saw chemical agents,” … Continued

25th Aug 2013

Syria to allow UN access to chemical attack site: Iran

Iran’s foreign minister said the Syrian government had told Tehran it would allow UN inspectors to visit areas reportedly affected by chemical weapons, Iran’s Press TV reported late-Saturday. The Syrian opposition has accused government forces of killing over 1,000 civilians … Continued

18th Aug 2013

Iran: EU calls for nuclear talks as Iran promises to tame rhetoric

[Photo: Mehr] The international community’s chief negotiator in talks about Iran’s nuclear program has called for fresh impetus to resolve matters. New Iranian President Hasan Rouhani has promised a change in foreign policy. European Union foreign policy head and chief … Continued

12th Jun 2013

Iran: Putin: Iran’s nuclear program peaceful

Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Tuesday he has no doubt that Iran is adhering to international commitments on nuclear non-proliferation while reiterating Moscow’s opposition to Tehran developing a nuclear weapon. He also commented on Syria during a question and … Continued

7th Apr 2013

Kazakhstan: Despite large differences, Iran, world powers still favour talks

By Yang Dingdu, He Guanghai TEHRAN, (Xinhua): Despite major differences between Iran and the world powers over the Islamic republic’s disputed nuclear program during the latest round of talks, analysts say gestures for the continuation of negotiations are still resonated … Continued

7th Apr 2013

US postpones missile test to avoid ‘misperception’

As diplomatic tensions with North Korea remain tense, the United States has said it will postpone a scheduled ballistic missile test. The decision is an effort to avoid unnecessarily provoking Pyongyang. A Pentagon official, speaking to several news agencies on … Continued

27th Mar 2013

India: Nuclear plant at Kudankulam1 operational next month

Hindustan Times: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh has assured Russian President Vladimir Putin that the first phase of the nuclear power project at Kudankulam in Tamil Nadu will be up and running by next month. I am pleased to inform you … Continued

Sectarianism in the Middle East and its rise in the UK, Standpoint, Sahar TV. Interview 29 May 2013 and aired on 12 June 2013


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