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14 رجب 1434 - Saturday, May 25, 2013
Bahrain, Saudi regimes will face Saddam fate: Iran cmdr
A senior Iranian military commander says the regimes of Al Khalifa in Bahrain and Al Saud in Saudi Arabia will face the same fate as former despots in Iraq, Tunisia and Egypt.
Muslims worldwide will not put up with KSA-Bahrain merger bid
Tehrans interim Friday Prayers Leader Hojjatoleslam Kazem Seddiqi says neither the Bahraini nation nor Muslims worldwide will countenance the Saudi bid for merger with Bahrain.
Booth details converting to Islam on Hazrat Zahra (PBUH) birthday anniversary
A large group of Shia Muslims have attended a ceremony in Turkey to mark the birthday anniversary of Hazrat Zahra, the beloved daughter of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), with Lauren Booth, the renowned Muslim British journalist speaking as ...
Kepler space telescope records the number of superflares
NASAs Kepler space telescope has recorded the number of superflares or enormous releases of magnetic energy that can damage a nearby orbiting planet.
Paralyzed patients move robotic arm with thoughts
A new technology involving a chip planted in the brain, successfully helped two paralyzed people control a robot arm with their thoughts.
Preventable infections cause of 5mn child deaths in 2010
A new study conducted at Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore shows that preventable infectious diseases have killed five million children worldwide in 2010.
Muslim toddler removed from US flight on security grounds
An 18-month-old girl has been taken off a JetBlue Airways plane in the United States because her name appeared on a no-fly security list.
Malaysian tribunal finds Bush guilty of war crimes
A symbolic War Crimes Tribunal in Malaysia has found former US President George W. Bush and several other members of his administration guilty of war crimes and crimes against humanity, Press TV reports.
Eating eggs at breakfast may help weight control
Eating eggs at breakfast is more effective than having cereals in delaying hunger pangs in overweight people, US researchers say.
Foreigners cannot provide security in region: Iranian commander
Deputy Head of the Iranian Armed Forces General Staff Brigadier General Mostafa Salami says foreign forces are not able to provide security for the regional countries.
No war is necessary to destroy Israel: President Ahmadinejad
Iran’s President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad says there is no need to take up arms against Israel in order to destroy it.
Iran stable source of energy for India
India says it regards Iran as a stable source of energy for its growing demands as Washington urges New Delhi to decrease oil imports from Tehran.
Italian international film festival awards Farhadi’s ‘Separation’
Iranian filmmaker Asghar Farhadi’s Academy Award-winning film Nader and Simin: A Separation has won at the David di Donatello Awards in Italy.
No obstacles to restore Iran-Egypt relations: Velayati
Secretary General of the International Conference on Islamic Awakening says there are no obstacles in the way of restoring the relations between Iran and Egypt.
Probiotics can prevent antibiotic-linked diarrhea
Consuming probiotics, the beneficial bacteria found in yogurt and some other dairy products, can reduce the incidence of diarrhea caused commonly by antibiotics.
Two million cancers worldwide caused by preventable infections
About one in six or two million new cases of cancer worldwide are caused by preventable or treatable infections, warn French researchers.
Video showing beating of homeless man by US police incites outrage
A newly-released surveillance video footage showing the beating of a homeless individual by California policemen has once again exposed the extreme brutality exercised by US police officers against potential suspects.
Iran Interior Ministry releases Majlis vote results for Tehran
Irans Interior Ministry has officially announced the final results of the Friday runoff parliamentary elections in Tehran constituency.
Iran slams US over failing to meet chemical weapons deadline
Iran has criticized the US, one of the possessors of the largest stockpiles of chemical weapons in the world, for failing to meet the April 29, 2012 deadline for the elimination of its chemical arsenals.
Israel exposes entire world to nuclear Armageddon: Analyst
Israel is the sole regime in the world that has threatened to obliterate all the world countries in a “nuclear Armageddon,” in case its existence is jeopardized, a political analyst tells Press TV.
Sharjah children festival awards Iranian illustrator
Iranian illustrator Alireza Goldouzian is to be awarded at the 4th edition of Sharjah Childrens Reading Festival (SCRF) in the United Arab Emirates.
Turkish parliament should end hijab ban: Tawakkul Karman
Nobel laureate Tawakkul Karman has said the rights of Muslim women who wear the hijab must be respected and Turkish women MPs should be allowed to wear the Islamic headscarf in the parliament building, Press TV reports.
Iran holds International Congress of Immunology and Allergy
Iran’s 11th International Congress of Immunology and Allergy has kicked off in the capital city of Tehran, hosting scientists from more than twenty countries, Press TV reports.
Iran will respond firmly to any attack
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Ramin Mehmanparast has highlighted Irans defense capabilities, saying that the country would respond forcefully to any foreign attack.
Skimmed dairy products reduce stroke risk
Swedish researchers say people who consume plenty of low-fat dairy products every day are at a lower risk of developing a stroke.
Joint replacement failure higher among smokers
US researchers have found that people who smoke tobacco are at a greater risk of experiencing knee and hip replacement complications and failure.
Vitamin C helps patients control their blood pressure
A recent review of 29 different clinical trials has found that taking more vitamin C can help hypertension patients decrease their excessive blood pressure.
Iran reiterates readiness to cooperate more closely with IAEA
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman has reiterated Tehran’s readiness to continue the talks and cooperation with the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA).
Yemeni figures condemn US, Saudi Arabian interference
A group of officials and religious figures in the northern provinces of Yemen have expressed opposition to foreign interference in the country’s internal affairs.
Leader fatwa lays West nuclear woes to rest: Analyst
An analyst says the fatwa by Leader of Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei against nuclear weapons is a “political milestone” which should put an end to Western allegations against Iran.
Attention to public demand best solution to Bahrain crisis: Iran official
Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hussein Amir-Abdollahian has called on Manama to take heed of the popular demands as the best solution to resolve the crisis in Bahrain.
Four killed, 22 wounded in fresh Iraq bomb attacks
At least four people have been killed and 22 others wounded in three separate bomb attacks across Iraq, police and medics say.
Optimism reduces risk of cardiovascular diseases: Harvard study
Happier folks with more optimistic view of life are less likely to experience heart diseases or strokes compared to those with negative worldviews.
Killing of Iranian N-scientists must be brought up in P5+1 talks: MP
A senior Iranian lawmaker says the issue of the assassinations of Iranian nuclear scientists should be included in the agenda of the Saturday talks between Iran and the P5+1.
Iran’s nuclear activities, scientific in nature
Tehrans interim Friday Prayers leader says the Iranian nuclear energy program is only meant for scientific purposes and the country does not seek to produce nuclear weapons.
Inflation soars in US following increase in gas prices
Official data shows people in the United States continue to suffer inflationary pressures in March following the increase in the price of gasoline.
Financial crisis driving Italians to suicide
Italy‘s economic crisis and austerity measures introduced by the government are driving more people to commit suicide.
Disrupted sleep raises diabetes, obesity risk
People who have disrupted or insufficient sleep or those with chronic shuteye problems are more likely to become obese and develop diabetes.
Tajikistan holds 3rd InTajikistan holds 3rd International Nowruz celebrations
The third International Nowruz Celebrations have kicked off in the Tajik capital of Dushanbe in the presence of presidents of Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan.
Iran sanctions to push global economy into recession: Report
The escalating trend of crude prices caused by the Western sanctions against Iran could bring about even a higher risk of recession in the global economy, a report says.
Israel seeks to punish PA over UN human rights probe
The recent decision by the UN Human Rights Council to probe the illegal Israeli settlements in the West Bank has drawn Israel’s ire, prompting Tel Aviv to seek punishment for the Palestinian Authority (PA).
The So-Called Principle of Separation of Powers in a Democratic System
Modern democracies claim that one of the constitutional principles that saves the freedom and equality of the citizens against the imposing power of the government is the principle of separation of powers, which is ...
Zionist regime’s forces arrest 5 Palestinians in West Bank
Zionist regime’s forces have arrested five Palestinians after raiding their homes in the cities of Qalqilya and al-Khalil in the West Bank.
World’s tallest man stops growing after radiosurgery
The world’s tallest man has finally stopped growing at 2.51 meters thanks to a pioneering treatment at the University of Virginia Medical Center (UVA).
White blood cells control cancer-causing virus
A new study conducted by Trudeau Institute immunologists has revealed the ways through which human body controls viruses believed to cause different cancers.
US film festival to screen Iran’s ‘Here without Me’
Iranian filmmaker Bahram Tavakkolis Here without Me is slated to be screened at the 2012 edition of Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF).
Turkish protesters stage rally to condemn US, Israel
Thousands of Turkish people have taken to streets of the city of Istanbul to condemn the recent deadly Israeli airstrikes on the Gaza Strip and the killings of Afghan civilians by a US soldier.
Sugar-sweetened drinks, cardiovascular problems linked
Men who drink one sugar-sweetened drink per day have a 20 percent higher risk of coronary heart disease than men who drink none, new US study suggests.
Spanish doctors successfully perform 1st fetal lung surgery
A team of doctors in Spain have successfully performed the world’s first prenatal lung surgery on a 26-week-old fetus with blocked bronchi.
Saudis demonstrate in Riyadh in support of Abha protests
Saudi people have taken to the streets of Riyadh in a show of solidarity with student protests staged in the southwestern city of Abha.
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