Saturday, November 01, 2008

Iran: movements

Friday the pilot was killed when a German airplane crashed at the Fourth Air International Aviation Exhibition on the islan Kish.
Witnesses told PressTV that a wing ripped apart as it was performing a loop maneuver and hit a taxiway.
Iran's Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) has launched an investigation into the crash.

The head of National Iranian Gas Export Company (NIGEC) said that there will be no problems in supplying natural gas to Turkey this winter as production in Iran has increased.
Iranian and Turkish officials agreed to build an additional pipeline to secure the flow in order to avoid a situation like last year.
Last year the gasflow to Turkey was cut off multiple times, due to Iranian shortage in production.

In a cabinet meeting in the city of Khorramabad, the government charged the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology with forming a government-run postal organization, which will take over some of the services offered by the existing Iran Postal Service Company.
The decision is in line with article 44 of the Islamic Republic's constitution, which states that the country's economy is comprised of "private, cooperative, and government sectors".
The existing Iran Postal Service Company, which employs 16,000 people and handles three million parcels per day, is currently running a deficit. According to the law, the shares of companies in deficit cannot be floated on the country's stock exchange.

A top commander of the Revolutionary Guards announced that Basij militia will be patrolling the capital in a reinforced clampdown on badly-veiled women, thugs, street hooligans, sexual harassers, burglars and drug dealers.

In Iran there are childoffenders, still on death row.

Children are being hanged to death.
A child will be hanged to death.

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