Browsing: Iran

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In 1962, one Peace Corps volunteer began her two-year visit to southern Iran to teach English to locals in a small village near Basra. She wanted to volunteer in the Middle East, particularly because her family is Lebanese. 46 years later, she would share her experiences with about 20 students at Storer Auditorium who are looking at embarking on a similar journey with the organization.

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Nestled on a street corner near Miracle Mile, Torange Restaurant provides a rare chance for those living in Coral Gables to sample Iranian cuisine.

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Nearly a month after the al-Quds day protests, the Iranian government has announced that three individuals who participated in post-election riots during the summer have been sentenced to death. Though the death sentences can, and probably will, be appealed, the significance of this development cannot be overestimated.

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I am greatly encouraged by the display on Quds Day. It shows the Iranian people cannot be pacified by a regime that tries to silence them, that they will continue to speak out until they are heard.

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Public schools in Florida have to implement a uniformed anti-bullying policy; sales of weapons have increased since Barack Obama won the presidency; Iraqi-owned oil company signs $3.5 billion contract with Chinese-owned CNPC; Iran test-fired a new missile near the border with Iraq