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14 رجب 1434 - Saturday, May 25, 2013
Arm BP difference signals heart problem
An abnormal difference between blood pressure (BP) measurements of the two arms may be a sign of hidden vascular disease and a higher risk of death.
Sumatran elephant on brink of extinction
The World Wildlife Fund (WWF) has warned that the Sumatran elephant could be extinct in less than 30 years as half of the species population has been lost in one generation.
Saudi forces fire on Qatif protesters
Several Saudi protesters have been injured in an attack by security forces on a demonstration in the Qatif region of the Eastern Province, Press TV reports.
Oldest dinosaur nest site found
Scientists have uncovered multiple clutches of fossilized eggs at a dinosaur nesting site in South Africa that are 10 million years older than any found before.
Isfahan, Kyoto named sister cities
Iranian historical city of Isfahan and Japans Kyoto have been named sister cities on the sidelines of the meeting held at the Japanese cultural week in Isfahan.
Iraq still scene of terrorist bomb blast!
Some five people were killed as a result of a terrorist bomb blast in suburb of the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
India to buy Iran oil in gold not dollars
India has agreed to pay the price of crude oil it imports from Iran in gold, which makes it the first country to drop the US dollar for purchasing the Iranian oil.
Future smartphones will examine health
South Korean scientists say future touch screen smartphones will be able to examine health status of their owners by doing sophisticated lab and medical exams.
Europeans to suffer from Iran oil ban
Irans Foreign Ministry has denounced the European Union (EU) for adopting “imprudent and unjustifiable” decisions on Tehran, saying an EU embargo on Irans oil will have adverse consequences for the Europeans.
Yemenis want Air Force chief dismissed
Yemeni soldiers have staged a sit-in outside the residence of the vice president to demand the ouster of the air force commander, the half-brother of the countrys dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh.
US police arrest two Occupy protesters
Police in the United States have arrested two anti-capitalism protesters in North Carolinas capital city, Raleigh, as the Occupy movement in the city was marking its 100th-day anniversary.
Strong earthquake hits central Chile
A powerful earthquake measuring 6.2 on the Richter scale has hit the central Chilean town of Concepcion, the United States Geological Survey says.
Nighttime sleep affects appetite
Swedens Uppsala University researchers say lack of sufficient and good night sleep may sabotage diet and weight loss by increasing hunger and appetite.
Iran will make world unsafe for US
An Iranian lawmaker says in the event of US “military adventurism” in the Strait of Hormuz, Iran will respond in the shortest possible time by making the entire world unsafe for Americans.
Elite-Oriented Democracy, an Obstacle to True Popular Participation
Participation of organized and powerful elites in democratic systems nowadays has created obstacles in the way of public participation in the political life of the society; to the extent that some of the contemporary theorists like Robert Dahl maintain ..
Iranian Doogh can help diabetic patients
A research by Iranian scientists says the combination of vitamin D and the Iranian yogurt drink Doogh can improve the treatment of diabetes, Press TV reports.
Multiple bomb attacks kill 23 in Iraq
At least 23 people, mostly Shia pilgrims, have been killed and dozens more injured in a string of bomb attacks across Iraq.
Philippines flood death toll passes 650
The death toll from the floods in the southern Philippines has passed 650 as rescue operations continue for the survivors of the deadly disaster.
Israel to free 550 Palestinian prisoners
Israel will release 550 Palestinian detainees in line with the second phase of a prisoner exchange deal with the resistance movement of Hamas.
CIA agent owns anti-Iran mission
A CIA spy recently detained in the Islamic Republic has confessed to having been on a mission to infiltrate the Iranian Intelligence Ministry.
Bahraini regime forces attack mourners
Bahraini regime forces have attacked thousands of mourners attending the funeral ceremony of an elderly man in a village near the capital Manama, Press TV reports.
Anti-War demos held in Britain
A large number of peace activists and opponents of corporatism have staged demonstrations in London, voicing their protest against the Western states’ belligerent policies.
Contradiction between the Public Will and Individual Freedom in a Democratic System
The critics of democracy maintain that one of the fundamental contradictions in democracy is the one between the public will (demo+cracy) and the individual and social freedom. It often happens that the two concepts of freedom and and democracy are ...
Ambiguity in the Nature and Principles of Democracy
One of the great flaws of democracy is the ambiguity in its essence, principles and nature. The variety and multiplicity of different kinds of democracy has created obstacles in the way of achieving ...
Contradiction between Liberty and Equality
One of the most important contradictions in the Western political philosophy and in the democratic systems is the conflict between the two principles of liberty and equality, which are ...
Iran wins USD2.8mn suit in US court
A US appeals court has handed down its final verdict on an old lawsuit between Iran and Cubic Defense Systems Co. obliging the American corporation to pay USD2.8 million in compensation to the Islamic Republic.
Drone demand betrays US arrogance
A senior Iranian cleric says the coincidence of the US plea for returning its reconnaissance drone with Washington’s imposition of sanctions against Tehran betrays the “arrogant nature” of this country.
1 in 5 US women a rape victim: study
About one in five American women has been a victim of rape or attempted rape at some point in her life, according to a new report.
Iran denies US claims on downed RQ-170
A senior Iranian commander has dismissed claims by a number of American analysts on the downing of a US reconnaissance drone by Iran, insisting that publicized US speculations about RQ-170 Sentinel stealth aircraft are inaccurate.
Obama: Give us our drone back
Following days of silence on the American spy drone captured and unveiled by Iranian armed forces, US President Barack Obama says Washington has asked Tehran to return the US reconnaissance drone.
No mercy: Saudi Arabia told its forces
Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince Nayef bin Abdul Aziz al Saud has reportedly ordered police chiefs through an official letter not to show any mercy to anti-government protesters.
Eating raw cookie can cause infections
Researchers warn that raw ready-to-bake cookie dough may carry pathogens like E. coli eating of which may cause severe intestinal infections.
Dubai to host modern Iranian art
Dubai’s Total Arts gallery is scheduled to mount an exhibition of paintings created by four Iranian female artists in United Arab Emirates.
Turkey hosts Persian calligraphy show
The Turkish city of Konya has mounted an exhibition of fifteen artworks created by a group of contemporary Iranian calligraphy masters.
Iran among few states with drone tech
A senior Iranian commander says the Islamic Republic is among the few countries that possess the technological know-how of the unmanned aerial vehicles fitted with scanning and reconnaissance systems.
US vacates Shamsi Airbase in Pakistan
The Pakistani government has taken control of an airbase after it ordered the United States to vacate the airfield following a deadly US-led airstrike against Pakistani troops.
Chewing gum boosts test scores
Researchers at St. Lawrence University have found that chewing gum for five minutes before taking a test will improve people’s performance.
US told to stay away from Iran airspace
A senior Iranian lawmaker has warned that the next time the US ventures to violate Iran’s air sovereignty it would receive a “frightful” response.
US drone capture proof of Iran might
The downing of a US advanced reconnaissance aircraft by Iran is a manifestation of the enhanced technological capabilities of Iranian armed forces in electronic warfare, a senior Iranian lawmaker says.
Indian filmfest to honor Iran’s Mehrjui
The 2011 Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFES) is to pay tribute to the internationally-acclaimed Iranian director Dariush Mehrjui.
Greece seeks broader Iran cultural ties
A senior Greek cultural official has said that Greece wants to expand its cultural ties with Iran.
Downing US spy drone made Iran proud
Tehran’s interim Friday Prayers Leader Hojjatoleslam Kazem Seddiqi has described the downing of an US reconnaissance drone as a source of pride for the Iranian nation.
Yemeni women call for trial of Saleh
Yemeni women have poured onto streets in the port city of al-Hodeidah to call for the trial of Yemen’s ruler Ali Abdullah Saleh, Press TV reports.
Saudis stage protest in Awamiyah
Thousands of Saudis have rallied in the eastern city of Awamiyah to protest against the policies of the Al Saudi ruling family in the region.
Opportunity finds water clues on Mars
NASA’s Mars rover Opportunity has found veins of a mineral deposited by water that will help improve understanding of the history of the Red Planet.
Bahrainis slam regime rights violations
Thousands of people have held a rally in Bahrain on the International Day of Human Rights, condemning the Saudi-backed regime’s violation of civil liberties, Press TV reports.
US turns CIA into Israel’s servant
Hezbollah Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the Obama administration has turned the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) into a servant of Israel.
US hides ballistic missile incident
US Air Force authorities have covered a recent ballistic missile incident near a North Dakota air base, refusing to disclose the information about the incident to the public.
UN, US censured over Yemen genocide
Yemeni anti-government demonstrators have censured the US, the UN, and certain Persian Gulf littoral states for allowing the regime of Dictator Ali Abdullah Saleh to get away with “genocide”.
Saudis plan to join nuclear arms race
The former Saudi intelligence agency chief has announced that Riyadh may obtain nuclear weapons in line with plans to join “a nuclear arms race.”
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