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Iran Blasts West for not Helping Iran in Drug Campaign
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's anti-drug trafficking chief chided the international community for not doing enough to help stop the flow of drugs from Afghanistan, saying that the West has left Tehran alone in the campaign against drugs while it enjoys the results of the sacrifices Iranian troops make. ( 19:09:35 - 2008/12/09)



Five Wounded by Quake in Southern Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- An earthquake measuring 5.6 on the Richter scale jolted Qeshm island off Iran's southern coast on Sunday, followed by several aftershocks on Monday. ( 18:36:20 - 2008/12/08)



25% of Women Globally Subjected to Violence
TEHRAN (FNA)- About 16 to 25 percent of women in the world are vulnerable to violence, a report released by Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education said recently. ( 14:10:32 - 2008/12/08)



President: People-Gov't Ties Based on Religious Beliefs
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Thursday that relations between people and the government in an Islamic system is based on religious beliefs. ( 18:10:39 - 2008/12/05)



Iran Studies Eliminating Prisons
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran, considering imprisonment in violation of the essence of punishment, could shut down its places of confinement, justice minister said. ( 17:57:33 - 2008/12/05)



UNICEF Envoy: AIDS Not Prevalent in Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) representative to Iran said that AIDS is not prevalent in Iran. ( 19:15:56 - 2008/12/04)



Iran Spends $20mln on AIDS Control
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has so far spent some $ 20 million to control and prevent AIDS epidemic countrywide, a senior anti-drug official said. ( 19:15:46 - 2008/12/04)



Two Policemen Killed in Northwestern Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Bandits killed two Iranian police officers who were taking a criminal from Sardasht to Mahabad in northwestern Iran. ( 16:51:44 - 2008/12/04)



Night Terrors Found to Be Hereditary
TEHRAN (FNA)- Findings of a recent research in Canadian suggested that experiencing night terrors is often the result of an inherited sleep disorder. ( 16:47:08 - 2008/12/04)



Iranian Media, UN to Aware World People on Disaster Risk
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian media and UN agencies in Iran will join hands to educate and advocate for disaster risk reduction (DRR) and create resilient communities in Iran. ( 16:17:44 - 2008/12/04)



Ahmadinejad: Gov't Bent on Promoting Unity, justice
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad said on Wednesday that promotion of unity, fraternity, kindness and love among people from different walks of life is among main duties of the Iranian government. ( 16:08:13 - 2008/12/04)



Iran Court Lifts Ban on Cinema Magazine
TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran has lifted a ban on a cinema magazine which was ordered to halt publication in March for printing "decadent and corrupt" articles on foreign film stars. ( 18:08:58 - 2008/12/03)



Gang of Gunrunners Arrested in Southwestern Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iranian army officer announced on Tuesday that a gang of gunrunners was arrested in the Horo-al-Hoveyzeh region in the southwestern Khuzestan province near Iran-Iraq borders. ( 15:53:35 - 2008/12/03)



Parliament Hosts Conference on Lawmaking
TEHRAN (FNA)- Parliament on Tuesday hosted the first conference on thirty years of lawmaking with the participation of some sitting and former lawmakers as well as parliamentary speakers in all successive terms. ( 14:53:30 - 2008/12/03)



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