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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiFriday, May 28, 2004 <b>Earthquake Kills 20 in Caspian Region, Worried Tehranis Leave Homes</b> • Millions of Tehran residents left their homes and jammed the phone lines trying to get news about their loved ones after the capital shook with tremors from the earthquake that hit the Caspian Sea provinces around five PM today. The quake shook eight provinces in central and northern Iran. Five deaths occurred in Mazandaran province and one in Qazvin province, state-run Tehran radio said. Of the villages damaged, the worst-hit were near Alamout, about 130 kilometres west of Tehran, the Interior Ministry said. In Kelardasht, eight people were injured and 30 buildings were damaged by the quake, the radio said. At least 20 other people were injured in several other areas. In Tehran, windows of tall buildings in northwestern neighborhoods of the city broke and some buildings were reportedly damaged, but no fatalities were reported. Officials at Tehran University&apos;s seismological centre said the epicenter of the quake was in the village of Baladeh, 69 kilometers northeast of Tehran. .The Chalus-Tehran road, busy with weekend traffic, was closed after heavy mudslides killed at least four and injured scores of motorists. • Tehran would not be able to withstand an earthquake over 6 on the Richter scale, and is bound to face one of the greatest human catastrophes in which millions would die, seismologist <b>Bahram Akasheh</b> warns in an interview with <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Jamshid Zand) <b>US Warns Iran against Intimidating the IAEA</b> • President Mohammad Khatami acknowledged on Thursday that Iran would not achieve its goal of having its nuclear file closed at the June 14 meeting of the International Atomic Energy Agency board of governors, but he added that he did not consider that fact as serious. “We can at any time reverse our voluntary decisions,” Khatami said, referring to agreements to suspend enrichment and ratify the additional protocol of the nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT). • “We don&apos;t think it&apos;s appropriate to try to intimidate the IAEA or its board into overlooking many failures of Iran to meet its nonproliferation commitments,” US State Department Spokesman Richard Boucher said. “Tehran has repeatedly failed to declare significant and troubling aspects of its nuclear program,” Boucher said. “It&apos;s interfered with and suspended inspections. It&apos;s failed to cooperate with the IAEA in resolving outstanding issues related to the program,” he added. “And Iran has made clear, as shown by (Khatami&apos;s) remarks, that Iran doesn&apos;t somehow feel bound by its own pledge to suspend all enrichment-related activity,” he said. <b>Supreme Leader Asks New Majles to Focus on “Non-Political” Issues</b> • In a message to MPs read at the first session of the seventh Majles, the Supreme Leader called on the lawmakers to avoid factional disputes. He declared the disputed February 20 elections, in which the Guardians Council rejected 2,400 reformist candidates, “fair and free,” and directed the new MPs to focus on what he called “non-political issues.” <b>Majles Conservatives&apos; Economic Policy</b> • From the statements uttered by the conservative deputies who gained the majority of the Majles, the following points can be surmised about their economic policy: 1) Iran should not yield to globalization pressure. 2) Attracting foreign investment would mean dissolution in the world economy. 3) Protection of domestic manufacturers should continue by blocking imports. “We see that the economic theoreticians of the seventh session of the Majles, who are close to the bazaar merchants of the Islamic Mo&apos;talefeh party and to the statist, anti-capitalist European leftist radicals, suffer from a confusion in their policies that shows their lack of grasp of the economic realities of Iran and the world,” <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s Paris-based economic commentator <b>Fereydoun Khavand</b> says. <b>Court Rules against Health Ministry in Contaminated Blood Transfusion Case</b> • A court in Tehran found the health ministry and the national blood bank guilty of negligence in offering blood contaminated with the HIV virus to scores of hemophiliac patients, who later filed a class action suit. Judge Saeed Nasirai ruled that the health ministry should pay damages to the victims&apos; families for insulting them in the court proceeding by saying that the mothers and wives of HIV patients should be examined as possible sources of the virus. The ruling indicates that if within 18 months the government did not set aside budget to pay damages to the families, the highest government officials in charge would be condemned to expulsion from government service, the families&apos; lawyer <b>Ali Saberi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The ruling was a sign of the judge&apos;s courage, he adds. (Leyli Sadr) <b>EU Blocks Unloading Iran&apos;s Pistachio in Fear of Aflatoxin Carcinogen</b> • Fearing high levels of contamination with the cancer causing Aflatoxin fungus, the European Union blocked unloading of a shipment of Iranian pistachios. “The EU has given us 40 days to take serious steps to resolve the issue of aflatoxin contamination in our pistachios exports,” the head of the Tehran Chamber of Commerce, Industries and Mines, Mohammad Reza Behzadian, said. The EU banned Iranian pistachio imports as of September 8, 1997, since highly toxic aflatoxin B1, a product of moulds, was found in nuts exported by Iran to Europe. Three months later, on December 11, the EU lifted the ban, but demanded a certificate of health on shipments both from Iranian and European authorities. Iran exported $803 million worth of pistachio last year, showing a 60 percent increase compared to similar period of the previous year, deputy minister of agriculture crusade Mohammad-Ali Tahmasebi said. <b>Fire Destroys a Theater in Tehran&apos;s City Theater Complex</b> • No one was hurt as the fire, which started as a result of faulty wiring, destroyed a theater in the multi-hall Tehran City Theater complex at 10 AM this morning. <b> Revolutionary Guards Volunteers Clash with Police outside British Embassy</b> • Members of the Basij Corps, the volunteer unit of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps (IRGC), clashed with security forces outside the British Embassy on Friday, as they tried for the sixth time in the past two weeks to storm the compound in protest against US and Britain&apos;s military operations in Shiite holy cities of Najaf and Karbala. Riot police made several baton charges to push back a crowd of 200-300 basji protestors trying to force their way towards the main gate of the embassy compound. Several demonstrators were hurt, while the crowd threw stones and firecrackers at the embassy. Although city remained calm, the state TV monopoly continued to broadcast special programs critical of the coalition forces, Tehran-based independent journalist <b>Arash Qavidel</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Mina Baharmast) <b>Security Forces Arrest Protesters in front of UN Offices</b> • Plainclothes policemen arrested seven protesters who were staging a sit-in against the judiciary&apos;s prosecution of student activists, <b>Ali Tabarzadi</b>, son of jailed activist Heshmatollah Tabarzadi, head of the opposition group the Democratic Front, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The police stormed the house of activist Zalzadeh and arrested his wife, he adds. (Jamshid Zand) <b>Prison Transfers Journalist Hedayat to Hospital after Hunger Strike</b> • Ten days after he began his hunger strike and refused water and medicine, prison guards transferred Tabrizi independent journalist Ensafali Hedayat to a prison infirmary, after his condition became critical due to convulsions, his daughter <b>Fatemeh Hedayat</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Hedayat was arrested nearly five months ago after he returned from Berlin, where he attended a gathering of anti-regime secular activists. . آرش قويدل (روزنامه نگار، تهران): آمار تلفات زلزله بيشتر مي شود و همچنين به 80 خودروي شخصي در محور کرج – چالوس، خسارت وارد شده است. همچنين در کيلومتر پنج، کيلومتر هفت و کيلومتر 35 جاده کرج - چالوس، ريزش شديد کوه بوده که موجب خسارت شديد به اين خودروهاي شخصي شده است. الان اين محور بسته است و قرار است که تا اطلاع ثانوي کسي در آنجا تردد نداشته باشد. همچنين در توابع آبيک قزوين، چهار نفر کشته و 15 تن زخمي شدند که اين آمار اوليه هست، که به گفته مقامات هلال احمر، اين آمار احتمال دارد که هر لحظه بيشتر شود. در تلويزيون دولتي جمهوري اسلامي شدت زلزله 5/5 ريشتر اعلام شد، اما در عين حال اين که در 70 کيلومتري تهران قرار داشته است مرکز زلزله، اين باعث شد که در شهر تهران به شدت محسوس باشد و مردم شهر را به شدت وحشتزده بکند. مسعود ملک (راديوفردا): وضعيت کمک رساني به چه صورت هست؟ آرش قويدل: الان تيم هاي مختلف هلال احمر به محل هاي زلزله زده اعزام شدند، و ارتش جمهوري اسلامي هم به حالت آماده باش در آمده است. نيروي انتظامي نيز يگان هاي مختلف آن، هم هوايي و هم زميني، را به شمال کشور و قزوين اعزام کرده است، و گزارش دستاوردها و عملکرد آنها مرتبا دارد در تلويزيون پخش مي شود. در زلزله بم اينگونه نبود. در زلزله بم تا حدود شش ساعت پس از وقوع زلزله، آنقدر اخبار به اين دقيقي پخش نمي شد، اما در اين زلزله اخبار خيلي سريع تر و دقيق تر پخش شد، که دليل آن هم لرزش شديد تهران و ملتهب شدن شهر بود. اما طبق سخناني که از کارشناسان در تلويزيون پخش شد، موسسه ژئوفيزيک تهران هم همچنين اعلام کرد که احتمال وقوع زلزله شديد ديگري در تهران نيست، به اين علت که مرکز آن در استان تهران نبوده است. م.م.: حالا همينقدر که در تهران احساس شد، و گفتيد که به شدت احساس شد، آيا به ساختمان ها هم خسارتي وارد شد؟ آرش قويدل: در مناطق غربي تهران شيشه بسياري از ساختمان ها شکست، و خيلي از وسايل هم آنقدر که زلزله شديد بود، اگر وسيله اي روي ميز قرار داشت، آنقدر ليز مي خورد که مي افتاد، چون به شدت همه چيز به لرزه در آمد. اما چون شدت زلزله در تهران کمتر از پنج ريشتر بود، اين مساله خوشبختانه خسارتهايي را در بر نداشت. اما همين الان که من دارم با شما صحبت مي کنم، و الان ساعت 10 و نيم شب به وقت تهران است، هنوز خيلي از مردم از آمدن به خانه هاي خود خودداري مي کنند، از ترس اينکه باز هم يک پس لرزه اي اتفاق بيافتد. چون ما دقيقا حدود نيم ساعت پس از وقوع زلزله، باز هم لرزش در شهر تهران داشتيم، که خيلي هم محسوس بود. در زمين لرزه عصر جمعه، در مناطق غربي تهران شيشه بسياري از ساختمان ها شکست، اما چون شدت زلزله در تهران کمتر از پنج ريشتر بود، خسارتهايي را در بر نداشت. حدود نيم ساعت پس از وقوع زلزله نيز پس لرزه اي در تهران روي داد که لرزش زمين باز هم محسوس بود. در هنگام مخابره اين گزارش در ساعت 10 و نيم شب به وقت تهران، هنوز خيلي از مردم از بازگشت به خانه هاي خود خودداري مي کنند، از ترس اينکه باز هم پس لرزه روي دهد. تيم هاي مختلف هلال احمر به محل هاي زلزله زده اعزام شده اند، و ارتش نيز به حالت آماده باش در آمده است. نيروي انتظامي نيز يگان هاي مختلف هم هوايي و زميني را به شمال کشور و قزوين اعزام کرده است، و گزارش دستاوردها و عملکرد آنها مرتبا از تلويزيون پخش مي شود. در زلزله بم تا حدود شش ساعت پس از وقوع زلزله، اخبار دقيق پخش نمي شد. طبق سخناني که از کارشناسان در تلويزيون پخش شد، موسسه ژئوفيزيک تهران اعلام کرد که احتمال وقوع زلزله شديد ديگري در تهران نيست، به اين علت که مرکز آن در استان تهران نبوده است.