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The peace train

The peace train

By FATHIYEH NAGHIBZADEH, ANDREAS BENL A Facebook campaign called “Israel Loves Iran” has drawn huge attention globally.  Ronny Edry, a graphic designer from Tel Aviv, wrote that the message is…

No rush for Afghan exit after killings, says Obama

No rush for Afghan exit after killings, says Obama

BBC  US President Barack Obama has promised that international forces will not “rush for the exits” in Afghanistan, after an American soldier was accused of murdering 16 civilians. Mr Obama…

Concerns over Spain in Brussels but Greece still the big worry

Concerns over Spain in Brussels but Greece still the big worry

Euronews – Euro zone finance ministers have been meeting in Brussels with Greece’s second bail-out on the agenda as well as the Spanish economy. The Greek Finance Minister was in…

An Interview with Nejat Bahrami: An Iranian Activist, Journalist and Blogger

An Interview with Nejat Bahrami: An Iranian Activist, Journalist and Blogger

Nejat Bahrami, A member of Iranian Liberal Students and Graduated group Nejat Bahrami is a journalist, blogger, and political activist in Iran. He holds an MA in Political Science, plays…

Merkel hails ‘milestone’ deal, warns crisis isn’t over

Merkel hails ‘milestone’ deal, warns crisis isn’t over

German Chancellor Angela Merkel welcomes the signing of the EU’s new treaty on fiscal responsibility. Spain appears set to put the EU’s spirit of compromise to the test. German Chancellor…

Nuclear tensions overshadow Iran election

Nuclear tensions overshadow Iran election

  Iranians voted on Friday in a parliamentary election where competing conservative camps have forced out the opposition. The elections come as the Israeli prime minister holds talks in North…

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