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Iranian Cyclists in Jakarta
TEHRAN (FNA)- Two Iranian cyclists arrived in Jakarta, Indonesia, on Thursday to raise awareness about children's rights across the world. ( 18:14:51 - 2009/01/08)



Millions in Iran Commemorate Martyrdom of Imam Hossein
TEHRAN (FNA)- Tens of millions took part in massive processions across Iran on Wednesday, marking the anniversary of the 7th century martyrdom of one of Shiite Islam's most beloved leaders. ( 22:24:14 - 2009/01/07)



Wailing Shiite Pilgrims Throng Holy Iraq City
TEHRAN (FNA)- Shiites in their hundreds of thousands crowded the streets of Karbala on Tuesday, many beating their own backs with metal chains as the annual Ashura ceremonies began building towards a peak. ( 19:27:42 - 2009/01/06)



Iran to Commemorate Wrestling Legend Takhti
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranians will commemorate the 41st anniversary of the death of legendary free-style wrestler Gholamreza Takhti on Tuesday. ( 14:20:42 - 2009/01/05)



New Law for Investment, Production in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Law for Removing Specific Hurdles to Production and Industrial Investment is now in effect following its December 2008 publication in the Official Gazette. ( 17:03:27 - 2009/01/04)



Stranded Kish Visitors Double in Holidays
TEHRAN (FNA)- The number of visa-change visitors stranded on Iran's Kish Island has doubled during the holiday season. ( 17:03:24 - 2009/01/04)



Eagle Feather Tasked to Remind World Pacifists about Gaza Catastrophe
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian author Habib Ahmadzadeh sent the English version of his novel "Eagle Feather," recently translated by US translator Paul Sprachman, to world pacifist groups on the occasion of the recent Israeli attacks on the Gaza Strip. ( 14:50:00 - 2009/01/04)



Raped Daughter Convinces Court to Hang Baha'i Father
TEHRAN (FNA)- A follower of Baha'i faith was hanged in northeastern Iran after a local court sentenced him to death for raping his daughter. ( 18:35:41 - 2009/01/03)



Ancient Graves Found in Iran's Burnt City
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian archeologists said they had found 12 ancient graves during the 12th phase of the Burnt City excavations in the southeastern Sistan-Baluchestan province. ( 20:11:10 - 2009/01/01)



Doctors Ready for Mission into Gaza
TEHRAN (FNA)- Medical professionals from Iran are prepared to go to the Gaza Strip amid Israeli warnings of a ground incursion into the besieged region. ( 20:11:08 - 2009/01/01)



Naqsh-e Jahan Square, a Park Selling Chinese Handicrafts
TEHRAN (FNA)- Isfahan's Safavid era Naqsh-e Jahan Square, wherein once a vast array of precious Iranian handicrafts and artworks were offered, has turned into a park and a shopping center with shoddy Chinese handicrafts and goods, one painter lamented. ( 19:05:12 - 2009/01/01)



Kolakchal Avalanche Kills Dutch National
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian-Dutch mountaineer was killed in an avalanche while climbing the Kolakchal summit in north of the capital of Tehran. ( 18:15:57 - 2009/01/01)



3% Decrease in Public Transport Accidents
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's rate of public transport accidents reduced by 13% over the last nine months of the current Iranian calendar year (Started March 20, 2008). ( 18:08:05 - 2009/01/01)



Car Exhaust Fumes Blamed for Tehran Air Pollution
TEHRAN (FNA)- According to the latest researches conducted by Tehran Municipality and Iran's Department of Environment (DOE), over 80% of Tehran air pollution is caused by auto exhaust fumes. ( 17:48:41 - 2009/01/01)



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