Iranian nuclear chief steps down
16-Jul-2009 (one comment)

 It was not immediately clear what triggered the resignation. Iran says its nuclear programme is for civilian power, denying Western claims that it wants a nuclear bomb. Mr Aghazadeh also stepped down as the country's vice-president, Isna reported. The agency said it had spoken to Mr Aghazadeh, who gave no explanation for his move but told them that Mr Ahmadinejad had accepted the resignation. A spokesman for Iran's atomic energy department and the official Irna news agency confirmed the news. Correspondents say that although Mr Aghazadeh has long supervised Iran's nuclear programme, his resignation may have a limited impact on negotiations with Western powers, which are headed by Iranian nuclear envoy Saeed Jalili.

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Oh boy...Fred,

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What'd I tell you? It's the tequila.


Look, Fred, you and I both know you simply can't trust your leaders. Ordinary people--that's you and me--have to take matters into our own hands. Just imagine Fred, two whole important articles NOT booted off the featureds due to duplications as i.c. fulfills its historic mission to be THE greatest news source for easy access to key Iranian news in English in the world...and given its extremely high google ratings, with people FLOCKING here from Taiwan to Timbuktu to find out about Iran..and.. there in the featured with the same two articles as mine today..and the sound of the greasepaint, the roar of the crowds....and everyone worldwide, saying Fred, Fred, Rosie, Rosie...marg bar Mahmood...thank you so much for telling us..

and.. .ps. for anyone else who's reading this post... 



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Oh dear. Dear dear moderator.. easy on the eequila.