Monday, March 11, 2013

Iran: more March 11, 2013

A company that is founded by the Science and Technology Center of Iran's Hamadan province is engaged in manufacturing anti-explosive devices for CNG-run cars.
The device is installed in the car, and it measures the amount of gas leakage.
When there is a threat it sends signals to the driver.

Mostafa Mohammad Najjar, Iran’s Interior Minister and former Minister of Defense is set to speak Monday in Vienna at the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime’s (UNODC) 56th session of the Commission on Narcotic Drugs.
Najjar is on the U.S. human rights sanctions list with other individuals, responsible for the sustained and severe violation of human rights during or after Iran’s 2009 presidential election.
Persons on the U.S. sanctions list are barred from travel to the U.S., their assets in the U.S. or U.S. institutions are blocked, and Americans are prohibited from doing business with them.
The spokesman of Iran Human Rights says that Austrian police should arrest the man and hopes human rights groups in Austria will protest against Mr. Najjar’s presence in their country.

Iran will build small refineries for Algeria, Angola, and South Africa. According to Fars newsagency Iran has also been holding talks with Pakistan to build a refinery.
IRNA reports that Iran allocated 2.1 billion Euro to establish the Persian Gulf Star refinery in Hormozgan province.


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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