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روزجهاني زن: تجمع حاميان حقوق زنان در پارك لاله


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiSaturday, March 08, 2003 <b>Five Hundred Gather in Tehran Park in Support of Women&apos;s Rights</b> * Amid heavy police and security presence, 500 women and supporters of women&apos;s rights protested against gender inequality on the International Day of Women at Tehran&apos;s Laleh park, north of the Tehran University. (Shayan Jaberi, Tehran) <b>Russia to Send 40-Ton Atomic Fuel Shipment to Iran</b> * A spokesman for the Russian ministry of atomic energy said 40 tons of atomic fuel would soon be loaded for shipment to Iran. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) <b>Iran&apos;s Quiet Support Benefits the US</b> * Rachal Bronson, director of Middle Eastern studies at the Council on Foreign Relations tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Iran&apos;s neutral and quiet position on the possible US-led war against Iran has been "enormously helpful" to the US government at a time when many other countries in the region and elsewhere oppose the US position. (Mahtab Farid) <b>Revolutionary Court Tries Writer on National Security Charges</b> * Writer Emadedin Baqi, who was thrown in jail for three years after the publication of his investigation on the serial murders of dissidents by intelligence ministry officials, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that two days before being freed on bail last month, a branch of the Tehran revolutionary court indicted him on charges of insulting the Supreme Leader and acting against national security. Baqi says the charges relate to articles he wrote before his three-year detention. (Mehdi Khalaji) <b>Australia Advised Its Citizens to Leave Iran</b> * The Australian foreign ministry advised Australians living in Iran that, if they cannot leave Iran, they should stay away from the borders of Iraq, Pakistan and Afghanistan. (Jamshid Adili, Sydney) <b>Evin Transfers Student Activist Ali Afshari to a Solitary Cell</b> * Majid Afshari, a brother of jailed student activist Ali Afshari, who has moved to an unknown location in the Evin prison, tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that jail officials have told Afshari&apos;s lawyer that he has been transferred to a solitary cell within the Evin prison. <b>Intelligence Ministry Leaves Police Work</b> * Intelligence minister Ali Yunesi said the intelligence ministry is no longer involved in police work and has purged itself of its business units. He added that intelligence work is by nature central and independent, and its work is not duplicated by any other organ. He added, however, that police and military organs have taken over the intelligence ministry&apos;s police work. (Mehdi Khalaji) * Yunesi said the possible US military action to disarm Saddam Hussein does not threaten Iran. However, he added that, for the US forces, Iraq would prove a more difficult challenge than Afghanistan. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Rafsanjani Blames Khatami for Low Voter Turnout in Municipal Elections</b> * During a speech in the official Friday prayer ceremony at Tehran University, former president Ali-Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani blamed President Mohammad Khatami for the low voter turnout in last Friday&apos;s village and town Islamic council elections. He rejected Khatami&apos;s argument that the low turnout was an outcome of the heavy criticism lodged by the conservative faction against his government. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Los Angeles Iranians Comment on the Possible War Against Iraq</b> * In interviews with <b>Radio Farda</b>, Los Angeles-based Iranians and Iranian-Americans expressed their views about the possible US-led military action to disarm Iraq. Most say they cannot wait to see the fall of Saddam&apos;s government, but some express concern that the war might have too many civilian casualties. (Zoya Zakarian) <b>Youth Roundtabe: Depression</b> Three young people from Tehran, Moscow and Florence comment about depression in <b>Radio Farda</b>&apos;s youth roundtable. (Kian Manavi) . هشتم مارس روز جهاني زن است. به همين مناسبت امروز در پارك لاله در تهران زنان ايراني گرد آشمدند تا خواست هاي خود را در زمينه حقوق و آزادي هاي زنان اعلام كنند. شايان جابري، روزنامه نگار در تهران در مصاحبه با راديو فردا از وسط پارك لاله مي گويد: 500 نفر از حاميان حقوق زن به مناسبت روز جهاني زن در تظاهراتي به همت مركز فرهنگي زنان گرد آمدند و به نابرابري هاي حقوق زن و مرد در عرصه هاي اجتماعي. تحصيلي، فرهنگي، آموزشي و جنسي اعتراض كردند. وي مي گويد حضور خبرنگاران و عكاسان خيلي گسترده است و همينطور حضور نيروهاي امنيتي و نظامي كه دور تا دور پارك لاله مستقر شده اند و در وسط پارك متمركزترند.
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