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یکشنبه ۲۱ آذر ۱۳۹۵ تهران ۱۶:۰۲ - ۱۱ دسامبر ۲۰۱۶

تيراندازي به ساختمان مسکوني سفارت بريتانيا در تهران و روند رو به تيرگي روابط جمهوري اسلامي و بريتانيا


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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiMonday, September 15, 2003 <b>Powell: Iran May Face UN Action on its Nuclear Program</b> • If Iran fails to provide a full accounting of its nuclear program by the deadline laid out in the IAEA resolution, “then it&apos;s a matter that will be put before the Security Council for action,” US Secretary of State Collin Powell told the Fox cable news channel on Sunday. “But I wouldn&apos;t prejudge that until we see what Iran does after it reflects on what it is now facing, which is the will of the international community coming together to say, ‘you have violated your obligations, and it is time for you to sign additional protocols and satisfy the international community that you are not developing programs for nuclear weapons&apos;.” (Kian Manavi) • Iran was fully committed to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty and appeared to rule out breaking off cooperation with UN inspectors, head of the atomic energy organization Gholamreza Aqazadeh declared in his speech yesterday at the meeting of the board of governors of the UN International Atomic Energy Agency. His statement, the strongest signal yet that Tehran would stay committed to the nuclear non-proliferation treaty, came two days after the IAEA gave Iran until the end of October to prove that it is not developing nuclear weapons. (Ardavan Niknam) • IAEA chief Mohamed ElBaradei said in his opening remarks at today&apos;s meeting of the IAEA board of governors that Iran needs to explain the traces of enriched uranium, which were found by the UN inspectors in the Natanz nuclear facility. (Nima Tamadon) • Iran seeks to gain parity with India, Pakistan and Israel as a nuclear power, writes the Paris daily le <i>Figaro</i>. (Mir-Ali Hosseini, Paris) • The regime was shocked at the IAEA&apos;s resolution, writes London daily the <i>Guardian</i>. The conservatives believe that even full cooperation with the IAEA would not satisfy the US worries. (Shahran Tabari, London) • Russia&apos;s deputy foreign minister said that Iran should not consider the IAEA resolution as an ultimatum, but because it was in fact an invitation to cooperation. (Mani Kasravi, Moscow) <b>Iran and US-Russia “Strategic” Cooperation</b> • Russian defense minister Sergei Ivanov said yesterday that the US and Russia are moving closer to becoming strategic partners. The US supports Russia&apos;s ambition to become a major oil supplier to the west, and the two countries have repeatedly affirmed their commitment to the war against terrorism, Virginia-based Caspian Sea legal affairs expert <b>Bahman Aqai-Diba</b> says. Russia&apos;s support for the US-backed IAEA resolution on Iran shows that the Islamic regime cannot continue its outdated policy of playing Russia against the west, he tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. The regime&apos;s only solution is to act in line with the country&apos;s national interest, and adopt policies supported by the majority, he adds. (Ebrahim Biparva) <b> Lawyer for the Buenos Aires Terror Victims Faults Britain for Releasing Former Iranian Ambassador to Argentina</b> • There were enough evidence and witness testimonies to implicate former Iranian envoy to Argentina in the 1994 terrorist bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish cultural center, according to <b>Marta Nercellas</b>, lawyer of the victims of the attack, which left 85 dead and 300 injured. The other seven diplomats and Islamic officials named in the case have been recalled, or barred from leaving the country, she adds. She tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Soleimanpour&apos;s release on bail shows Britain&apos;s weakness in the face of Tehran&apos;s pressures. A High Court judge last Saturday released Soleimanpour on $720,000 bail, for lack of convincing evidence. He had been arrested two weeks ago on an international warrant issued by Argentina. His arrest further strained Iran-UK relations. The <b>Radio Farda</b> interview takes place half-hour after shots were fired in Tehran at the British diplomatic mission for the third time in past month. In reaction to last week&apos;s drive-by shooting that blew the glass off the British embassy windows, the embassy closed for routine business, and Britain called for the “voluntary” evacuation of its personnel from Tehran. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>Bikers Shoot at British Embassy in Tehran</b> • Two shots were fired on Sunday upon the main gate of a British Embassy residential building, Embassy spokesman Andrew Greenstock said. (Masud Malek) • Foreign ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi condemned the shooting, and said culprits will be prosecuted. (Baktash Khamsehpour) • The arrest of Iran&apos;s former ambassador to Argentina has damaged the UK-Iran relations, foreign minister Kamal Kharrazi told British ambassador Richard Dalton. Dalton handed Kharrazi a message from British Foreign Secretary Jack Straw. (Ardavan Niknam) <b>Canada&apos;s Economic Sanctions against Iran Too Little, Says Copithone</b> • The proposed economic sanctions would not be enough to pressure Iran to cooperate with Canada in the investigation of the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, according to <b>Maurice Copithorne</b> UN Human Rights commission&apos;s former Special Rapporteur on Iran. He tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Iran&apos;s human rights conditions have worsened in the 18 months since he submitted his final report to the UN General Assembly. (Maryam Aqvami, Toronto) <b>Administrative Court Endorses Guardians&apos; Provincial Offices Over Interior Ministry&apos;s Objections</b> • The supreme administrative court endorsed the provincial offices that the Guardians Council has set up to gather information on potential applicants for candidacy in the upcoming Majles elections, by voiding an interior ministry circular that barred provincial governors from cooperating with the Guardians Council&apos;s election supervision offices. The ruling was a setback for interior minister Abdolvahed Mussavi-Lari, who had said in his circular that the Guardians&apos; maintaining on-going offices for supervision of elections that happen once every four years was “illegal.” The supreme administrative court ruled that, as the sole interpreter of the constitution, the Guardians Council was within its rights to rely on sources other than the intelligence ministry, police and judiciary, to gather background information on potential elections candidates, conservative MP Hamid-Reza Haji-Babai said. The administrative court&apos;s ruling has many legal problems, reformist MP Naser Qavami, head of the Majles legal and judicial affairs committee said. (Ardavan Niknam) <b>A Dissident&apos;s View of the Judiciary&apos;s Problems</b> • Despite 20 percent rise in the past four years in the number of judges and 43 percent increase in the number of justice department&apos;s staff, the judiciary still needs 50 percent more judges to deal with its growing caseload, Tehran judiciary chief Abbas-Ali Alizadeh said. In addition to the shortage of judges, the judiciary lacks proper training for its judges, Tehran University law professor and vocal dissident <b>Qasem Shaoleh-Saadi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. Furthermore, he says, double standards are often applied to similar cases for political reasons, which has led to the loss of public trust in the judiciary, he adds. Also, the abolition of the public prosecutor&apos;s office from the legal system in the last judicial reform, heavily damaged the judiciary&apos;s credibility and independence, and it would take a long time for the recently passed legislation to reverse that reform. The rise in crimes, particularly violent crimes, which the Tehran judiciary chief simply blamed on the population growth, points to a general drop in the society&apos;s moral and ethical values, he adds. (Nima Tamadon) <b>Trade Volume Drops at the Tehran Stock Exchange</b> • The trade volume dropped in the Tehran Stock Exchange on the news of the IAEA resolution. TSE&apos;s secretary-general Hossein Abboh-Tabrizi warned of more trouble ahead. The worsening of Iran&apos;s relations with Canada, the EU and the Far East, as well as uncertainly over the upcoming Majles elections, may contribute to a possible drop in the stock prices in the near future. Despite disappointing economic news, stock market had “bubbled,” due to the massive infusion of capital from money launderers, market observers say. (Fereydoun Khavand) <b>Trials Begins for Six Nationalist-Religious Students Accused of Instigating Anti-Regime Protests</b> • Judiciary began the trial of six student members of the nationalist-religious coalition who were arrested during last June&apos;s pro-democracy demonstrations. Prosecutor accused Amir-Behruz Tirani, Mohammad Rezai, Ali Asghar Sadeqi, Mehdi Azimzadeh and Ali Rahmati of instigating the protests. (Arash Ghavideh) • Amir-Behruz Tirani&apos;s lawyer <b>Mohammad Sharif</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that he was escorted out of the courthouse, because the authorization his client had signed was missing from the court&apos;s file. But the court readmitted him as an observer after Tirani&apos;s other lawyer Abdolfatah Soltani produced a photocopy of the document. In today&apos;s session, Tirani pleaded guilty to the charge of plotting against national security, and asked the court for forgiveness. Tirani has been held in solitary confinement since his arrest last June, and has had no consultation with his lawyers, he says. He could not have known the legal ramifications of the charge and his plea. (Leyli Sadr) <b>Cabinet Drafts New Bill on Press and Advertising</b> • The Islamic government included a comprehensive press and advertising bill in the draft of the fourth five-year economic development plan, deputy culture minister for press Mohammad Sahafi announced. No detail about the bill has yet been published. Tehran-based legal affairs journalist <b>Said Dehqan</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the judiciary has been using outdated laws, such as the 1959 security and corrections act, to close newspapers and prosecute journalists as common criminals. The new comprehensive press law may attempt to change that, and provide for more job security and protections for journalists, he adds. (Nima Tamadon) . ليلي صدر (راديوفردا): يک ساختمان مسکوني، متعلق به سفارت بريتانيا در تهران، روز يکشنبه هدف گلوله هاي افراد ناشاس قرار گرفت. اين سومين حادثه تيراندازي به اماکن متعلق به سفارت بريتانيا در تهران در يک ماه گذشته بوده است. مسعود ملك (راديو فردا): اندرو گرين استاک، سخنگوي سفارت بريتانيا در تهران، به خبرگزاري رويتر گفت: درب اصلي ساختمان که در قلهک در شمال تهران واقع است، يکشنبه شب، ساعت شش و ده دقيقه، مورد اصابت دو گلوله قرار گرفت. وي افزود در اين حادثه کسي آسيب نديد. شاهدان عيني عاملان تيراندازي را دو موتور سوار توصيف کردند. ساختمان مذکور، محل زندگي عده کثيري از ديپلمات هاي بريتانيايي و خانواده شان است. پيشتر در روز سوم ماه سپتامبر، ساختمان اصلي سفارت بريتانيا در مركز شهر تهران هدف تيراندازي قرار گرفته بود. اداره امور خارجه بريتانيا، اجازه خروج داوطلبانه غير ضروري اين سفارتخانه را در تهران صادر كرده است. پس از تيراندازي به ساختمان اصلي سفارت بريتانيا در تهران، اين سفارتخانه فعاليتهاي اداري خود را محدود كرد. در حادثه ديگري در روز نه سپتامبر نيز سه يا چهار گلوله به سوي ساختمان سفارت بريتانيا شليك شد و به خشم ديپلماتهاي بريتانيايي دامن زد. آنها مقامات امنيتي ايران را به ناتواني در برقراري امنيت در اطراف سفارتخانه متهم كردند. هرچند وزارت امور خارجه ايران تاكيد كرد تيراندازيها در پي تعقيب يك اتومبيل مظنون توسط نيروهاي پليس رخ داده و هيچ ربطي به سفارت بريتانيا نداشته است. تيراندازي به سوي سفارت بريتانيا در روز يكشنبه زماني رخ مي دهد كه روابط تهران و لندن به خاطر دستگيري هادي سليمان پور، سفير پيشين ايران در آرژانتين در لندن به تيرگي گراييده است. آقاي سليمان پور كه 47 سال دارد، در روز 21 ماه اوت در لندن به درخواست قاضي آرژانتيني دستگير و محبوس شد. وي متهم به دست داشتن در بمب گذاري در يك مركز يهوديان در بوئنوس آيرس در سال 1994 است كه منجر به مرگ 85 نفر شد. آقاي سليمان پور روز جمعه به دستور يك قاضي بريتانيايي، با پرداخت يك ميليون و 160 هزار دلار قرار وثيقه آزاد شد، اما انتظار مي رود يك قاضي آرژانتيني، بار ديگر به طور رسمي دستگيري سفير پيشين ايران در آرژانتين را توسط مقامات بريتانيايي تقاضا كند. تحول ديگري كه به تيرگي روابط دو كشور دامن مي زند، قطعنامه اخير سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي است كه با فشار دولتهاي بريتانيا، ايالات متحده آمريكا، فرانسه و آلمان در نشست اخير اين سازمان در وين به تصويب رسيد. به موجب اين قطعنامه، ايران تا آخر ماه اكتبر فرصت دارد ثابت كند در صدد توليد سلاح اتمي نيست. توني بلر، نخست وزير بريتانيا در ماههاي گذشته حمايت خود را از تظاهرات در ايران به طور علني اعلام كرده و ايران را به خاطر برنامه هاي هسته اي و حمايت اين كشور از گروههاي ستيزه جوي بيگانه تحت فشار قرار داده است. يک ساختمان مسکوني، متعلق به سفارت بريتانيا در تهران، روز يکشنبه هدف گلوله هاي افراد ناشاس قرار گرفت. اين سومين حادثه تيراندازي به اماکن متعلق به سفارت بريتانيا در تهران در يک ماه گذشته است. اندرو گرين استاک، سخنگوي سفارت بريتانيا در تهران گفت که درب اصلي ساختمان که در قلهک در شمال تهران واقع است، يکشنبه شب، ساعت شش و ده دقيقه، مورد اصابت دو گلوله قرار گرفت. وي افزود در اين حادثه کسي آسيب نديد. تيراندازي به سوي سفارت بريتانيا در زماني رخ داد كه روابط تهران و لندن به خاطر دستگيري هادي سليمان پور، سفير پيشين حکومت ايران در آرژانتين در لندن، به تيرگي گراييده است. آقاي سليمان پور روز جمعه به دستور يك قاضي بريتانيايي، با پرداخت يك ميليون و 160 هزار دلار قرار وثيقه آزاد شد. تحول ديگري كه به تيرگي روابط دو كشور دامن مي زند، قطعنامه اخير سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي است كه با فشار دولتهاي بريتانيا، آمريكا، فرانسه و آلمان در نشست اخير اين سازمان در وين به تصويب رسيد. طبق اين قطعنامه، جمهوري اسلامي تا آخر ماه اكتبر فرصت دارد تا ثابت كند که در صدد توليد سلاح اتمي نيست.
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