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Former Envoy:
Washington, Kabul Strike Deal on Next Afghan Gov't

TEHRAN (FNA)- Iran's former envoy to Afghanistan on Sunday said that the US administration and Kabul authorities have struck a deal over designation of posts in the next Afghan cabinet. ( 18:17:48 - 2009/08/23)

Karzai Outpoints Rivals in Afghanistan's Presidential Election
TEHRAN (FNA)- Afghanistan's incumbent president Hamid Karzai has outshone his rivals in the Thursday presidential election in the country, an Afghan analyst said, noting that the final results are not clear yet. ( 16:15:55 - 2009/08/23)

Analyst Terms Compromise with Israel Betrayal to Islam
TEHRAN (FNA)- A lecturer at Qods University on Sunday described compromise with the Zionist regime as betrayal to Muslims and Islam, referring to Egypt's lack of cooperation in transferring food to the Palestinians through the Rafah passage. ( 15:47:03 - 2009/08/23)

Analyst Blasts Foreign Forces for Insecurities in Afghanistan
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Afghan lecturer at Kabul's College of Law and Political Science described presence of the International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan as the root cause of insecurities on the threshold of the presidential elections in the country. ( 16:59:17 - 2009/08/19)

Afghan Lecturer Terms Afghanistan Field of Political Rivalries for Powers
TEHRAN (FNA)- A Kabul University lecturer highlighted complexity of the August 20 presidential elections in Afghanistan, and said the war-torn country has turned into a field of political rivalries for the world powers. ( 18:04:27 - 2009/08/18)

Hamas Distrustful of Obama's Middle-East Peace Plan
TEHRAN (FNA)- Representative of the Palestinian Islamic Resistance Movement (Hamas) in Tehran Abu Osama Abd al-Muati announced on Monday that the movement does not trust the US president's plan for the Middle-East peace process. ( 19:09:55 - 2009/08/17)

Taliban Target NATO Convoy in Pakistan
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Taliban militia struck a loading terminal of the NATO troops in Pishin district of Balochistan province in Pakistan on Sunday, setting ablaze three tankers carrying oil for the International security Assistance Force (ISAF) in Afghanistan. ( 18:16:34 - 2009/08/16)

Drug Traffickers Kill Senior Pakistani Officer at Borders with Iran
TEHRAN (FNA)- Drug traffickers killed a senior Pakistani Army officer and wounded two others at the country's borders with Iran. ( 18:18:12 - 2009/08/15)

Lebanese Analyst: Israel Will Attack Hezbollah
TEHRAN (FNA)- The Zionist regime will certainly launch an attack on the Lebanese Hezbollah movement as the regime is in a dire need of such a war for its future life, a Lebanese analyst said on Saturday. ( 15:45:58 - 2009/08/15)

Analyst: Afghan Politicians, People Support Abdullah's Presidency
TEHRAN (FNA)- Political and public circles in Afghanistan support candidacy of former Foreign Minister Abdullah Abdullah in the upcoming presidential election due to his Jihadi tendencies and his international reputation, an Afghan analyst said on Tuesday. ( 18:30:52 - 2009/08/11)

Iraqi Official Calls Baath Party's Return to Power "Impossible"
TEHRAN (FNA)- An Iraqi top politician on Monday dismissed possibility of the return to power by Iraq's former Baath party. ( 18:05:29 - 2009/08/10)

Afghan Presidential Contender Vows Closure of Bagram Prison
TEHRAN (FNA)- A main rival of Afghan President Hamid Karzai in the country's upcoming presidential voting pledged to close down Bagram Prison within 3 years if he is elected as Afghanistan's next president. ( 17:16:48 - 2009/08/10)

Analyst: Israel Not Capable of Attacking Lebanon
TEHRAN (FNA)- Israel is fully aware of its incapability and inability to attack Lebanon, fearing to see a repetition of its defeat in the 33-day war in September 2006, a Lebanese analyst said on Monday. ( 15:08:12 - 2009/08/10)

DHL Fined Millions over Shipments to Iran, Sudan
TEHRAN (FNA)- The US handed the German express delivery company DHL a $9.4 million fine over its shipments to Iran and Sudan, the US Treasury announced. ( 15:11:52 - 2009/08/07)

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