Saturday, October 30, 2010

DTN News: Iran Top Stories / Headlines News Dated October 30, 2010

DTN News: Iran Top Stories / Headlines News Dated October 30, 2010
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Scholars to observe World Philosophy Day in Tehran Tehran Times Culture Desk

TEHRAN -- Scholars from around the world will be gathering in Tehran to observe World Philosophy Day this year.

Iranian sculptor criticizes French officials for dismissive attitude Tehran Times Art Desk

TEHRAN -- Iranian sculptor Jamshid Moradian, who recently visited Île de la Cité, one of two natural islands on the Seine River within the city limits of Paris, has lamented over the island’s officials’ dismissive manner toward Iranian artists.

Planes drop food as Indonesia struggles with aid

MENTAWAI ISLANDS (AP) – Relief planes dropped boxes of dried noodles onto tsunami-ravaged Indonesian islands Friday because storms and a shortage of vessels made helicopter and boat deliveries almost impossible days after the wave killed more than 400 people.

‘U.S. govt. behind release of classified Iraq war documents’ Tehran Times Political Desk

TEHRAN - The U.S. government is behind the disclosure of numerous classified documents on the war in Iraq, political analyst Hossein Alaii said on Friday.

American democracy: Pro-Israel Tweedledum and Tweedledee By Maidhc Ó Cathail

Helen Keller’s pithy observation about American democracy being little more than a choice “between Tweedledum and Tweedledee” was never more true than in the upcoming midterm elections in the ninth congressional district of Illinois.

Iran, Turkey border provinces sign MoU Tehran Times Economic Desk

URMIA, West Azarbaijan Prov. – Iran’s West Azarbaijan province and five Turkish provinces signed a trade and economic memorandum of understanding here on Thursday.

Koreas exchange gunfire at land border

SEOUL (Reuters) – North and South Korea exchanged gunfire across their heavily armed land border on Friday, the South's military said, despite an apparent thaw in tensions on the divided peninsula in the past few months.

Hezbollah: STL spied for West, Israel By staff and agencies

BEIRUT -- Hezbollah's Secretary General Seyyed Hassan Nasrallah says the United Nations tribunal, investigating the former Lebanese premier Rafiq Hariri's assassination, has been channeling data on the country to the West and Israel.

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