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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, September 18, 2003 <b>IAEA Ejects Iran from Board of Governors</b> • The UN International Atomic Energy Administration (IAEA) denied Iran the chance to stand for election in its 35-member board of governors, due to Iran&apos;s violations of the UN nuclear non-proliferation treaty. Envoy Mohammad Salehi said Iran can still take part in the board meetings and voice its views as an observer. The evidence of a weapons program will convince Russia to end its nuclear cooperation with Iran, a US official said, according to AFP. (Maryam Ahmadi) • It is pointless to press Russia to end its nuclear cooperation with Iran, Russia&apos;s deputy foreign minister Sergei Kislyak told the Moscow daily <i>Vremya Novostei</i> on Wednesday, as Russian foreign ministry prepared for another round of talks with Undersecretary of State John Bolton. (Ali Sajjadi) • Foreign ministry spokesman Hamid-Reza Asefi rejected recent statements by the EU officials, including the Italian member of the IAEA board of governors, that tied the resumption of economic cooperation talks with Iran to progress in Iran&apos;s response to last Friday&apos;s IAEA resolution. The EU had previously linked progress in those talks to the improvement of the Islamic regime&apos;s human rights record. (Leili Arman) • If the EU decides to stop trade with Iran over the nuclear issue, Iran will be dangerously deprived of access to technology, especially oil and gas exploration and production technology, on which the country depends, Tehran University economy professor <b>Musa Ghaninezhad</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. It is naïve of the Islamic regime to link everything to enmity with the US and the US pressures of other countries, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Argentina to Present Case against Former Iranian Ambassador</b> • Argentina has until tomorrow to formally ask Britain to extradite former Islamic diplomat Hadi Soleimanpour, who was arrested last month in London for his alleged link with the 1994 terrorist bombing of the Buenos Aires Jewish cultural center, in which 85 died. London&apos;s Sky News commentator <b>Hazhir Teymourian</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that the British government cannot intervene in the extradition hearing. He adds that he believes Argentina has and will present strong evidence against Soleimanpour. (Shahran Tabari, London) • <b>Special Report: UK-Iran Relations</b>: Britain tries to preserve its relations with Iran. The British Parliament held a special session on Iran today. In today&apos;s Special Report, House of Lords member from the Labor Party <b>Lord Peter Temple-Morris</b>, an expert on Iran; Conservative MP <b>Teddy Taylor</b>; Glasgow University&apos;s <b>Reza Taqizadeh</b> and journalist <b>Hazhir Teymourian</b> comment on the impact of recent developments on the UK-Iran relations. (Shahran Tabari, London) <b>Judiciary Puts Students on Trial after Promise of Amnesty</b> • The students who were put on trial last week for their role in last June&apos;s 10-day pro-democracy demonstrations were told by their interrogators that if they confess and admit to their guilt, they would be released under a blanket amnesty. However, the courts began prosecuting the arrested students, based on those “confessions,” lawyer of some of the students on trial <b>Mohammad-Ali Dadkhah</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Amir-Mosaddegh Katouzian, Prauge) <b>IMF Forecasts Growth Slowdown in Mid-East Economies</b> • In a report on the Middle East economies unveiled today in Dubai, the International Monetary Fund said Iran&apos;s economy was expected to grow at the rate of 5.1 percent in 2004, slightly lower than the current 6 percent. Iran and the other Middle Eastern countries would benefit from more flexible economies, diversifying from oil, more openness, trade, and an effort to reduce the size of their governments, according to the IMF&apos;s Kenneth Rogoff. (Ali Sajjadi) <b>Court Summons MP Armin for Accusing Judiciary of Cover Up</b> • The Tehran judiciary summoned Tehran reformist MP Mohsen Armin, deputy head of the Majles national security and foreign relations committee, to answer a prisons organization&apos;s complaint over a speech he made last month at the Majles. In his speech, the board member of the leftist Mojahedin of the Islamic Revolution (MIRO), accused prison security officials and Tehran prosecutor Said Mortazavi of direct involvement in cover up of the death in custody of Canadian-Iranian photojournalist Zahra Kazemi, who died of head injuries she suffered during interrogation. Armin refused to honor the summons, and said as an MP he has the right to comment with impunity on all matters. He added that his speech was a summary of the intelligence ministry&apos;s report, and the report of the Majles complaints committee, which investigated the judiciary&apos;s handling of the case. Vice president for legal and legislative affairs Mohammad-Ali Abtahi said judiciary&apos;s cover up attempt prompted Canada to support the IAEA resolution against Iran. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Senior Dissident Cleric Calls for Referendum on Regime</b> • The people are dissatisfied, and there should be a referendum on the legitimacy of the regime, Ayatollah Hossein-Ali Montazeri, the Islamic regime&apos;s highest ranking clerical critic, said in a class in a Qum mosque for more than 300 seminary students, his first since his release from five years of house arrest. He said religious schools should be freed from government&apos;s control. He also criticized the continued detention of journalists, clerics and other dissidents. (Leili Arman) <b>MP Calls Arafat to Offer Suppor</b> • Tehran reformist MP Ali-Akbar Mohtashamipour offered support and encouragement to Palestinian Authority president Yasir Arafat in a telephone call from Iran. Mohtashamipour, a former interior minister, was responsible for organizing the Lebanese Hezbollah in the early 1980s when he was the Islamic regime&apos;s ambassador to Beirut. Mohtashami told Arafat that in his own name and in the name of the entire Majles, he condemned Israel&apos;s call to exile Arafat from the Palestinian territories. (Bahman Bastani) <b>Court Sentences Jailed Student to Lashes and Fines</b> • A court in the Evin prison sentenced jailed student Manouchehr Mohammadi, a leader of the July1999 student uprising, to 30 lashes and 300,000 rials in fines, for resisting prison officials&apos; instructions several years ago. Manoucher&apos;s father <b>Mohammad Mohammadi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that his son has been mistreated and tortured for giving several interviews to foreign Persian-language radio programs during his five-day furlough two months ago. Mohammadi, who had been arrested during the demonstrations for his interviews with foreign radios, is serving an eight-year jail sentence. His family said since last June he was transferred from his cell in the Evin prison to an undisclosed location. (Golnaz Esfandiari) . علي سجادي (راديو فردا): سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي روز پنج شنبه هيات مديره جديد خود را انتخاب کرد. بر اساس نظام حضور دوره اي کشورها در شوراي حکام، ايران مي بايد يکي از اعضاي شورا يا هيات مديره مي بود، اما به گفته سخنگوي سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي، ايران به علت نقض قوانين اين سازمان ديگر عضو شورا نيست. همکارم مريم احمدي گزارش مي دهد: مريم احمدي (راديو فردا): قرار است در جلسه آينده سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي که روز دوشنبه در وين برگزار خواهد شد، اسپانيا به عنوان رئيس دوره اي شوراي حکام يا هيئت مديره سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي جانشين کويت شود. اين شوراي 35 نفره مرکب از نمايندگان کشورهاي عضو سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي، مي تواند تصميم هاي مهمي اتخاذ کند، از جمله ارجاع کشورهاي ناقض قوانين سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي به شوراي امنيت سازمان ملل که صدور قطعنامه عليه کشور مزبور و اعمال تحريم هاي بين المللي را به دنبال خواهد داشت و يا تعيين ضرب الاجل براي کشورها به منظور تبعيت از قوانين، نظير ضرب الاجل 31 اکتبر که براي ايران تعيين شده است تا ثابت کند يک برنامه مخفيانه توليد سلاح هسته اي ندارد. علي اکبر صالحي، نماينده ايران در سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي، به خبرگزاري فرانسه گفته است که البته بودن در شورا بهتر است، اما ما در بيرون شورا هم هنوز مي توانيم صداي خود را به گوش ديگران برسانيم و از موضع خود دفاع کنيم، زيرا هنوز به عنوان ناظر مي توانيم در جلسات شورا حضور داشته باشيم. يک سخنگوي سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي گفت: ترکيب شورا به صورتي است که کرسي ها به شکلي کم و بيش متعادل ميان مناطق مختلف جهان تقسيم مي شود. براي منطقه خاورميانه و جنوب آسيا، پاکستان جايگزين ايران خواهد شد. قدرت هاي اتمي بزرگ نظير ايالات متحده، روسيه، فرانسه، بريتانيا، و چين از اعضاي دائمي شورا هستند. در همين حال يک مقام ارشد آمريکايي که نخواست نامش فاش شود، گفت: ايالات متحده يقين دارد که به زودي شواهدي حاکي از اين که ايران يک برنامه توليد سلاح هسته اي را دنبال مي کند، به دست خواهد آمد و روسيه را واخواهد داشت برنامه کمک به احداث نيروگاه بوشهر را متوقف کند. اين مقام ارشد آمريکايي گفت: روسيه تا اوايل سال آينده سوخت اتمي به ايران ارسال نخواهد کرد و اين فاصله زماني به واشنگتن اجازه مي دهد روسيه را به قبول تهديدي که برنامه هاي هسته اي ايران به وجود مي آورد و عدم همکاري با اين کشور تشويق کند. روسيه گفته است اگر معلوم شود ايران در تلاش توليد سلاح هسته اي است، اين کشور به همکاري خود با ايران در زمينه تکنولوژي هسته اي براي مقاصد صلح آميز خاتمه خواهد داد. اعضاي شوراي حكام سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي روز پنجشنبه در دور جديد انتخابات، ايران را به سبب نقض مقررات، از عضويت در اين شورا محروم كردند، هرچند بر اساس نظام حضور دوره اي کشورها در شوراي حکام، ايران مي بايد يکي از اعضاي شورا يا هيات مديره مي بود. روز دوشنبه آينده، اسپانيا به عنوان رئيس دوره اي شوراي حکام يا هيات مديره، جانشين کويت خواهد شد. نماينده جمهوري اسلامي در سازمان بين المللي انرژي اتمي، به خبرگزاري فرانسه گفت ما به عنوان ناظر مي توانيم در جلسات شورا حضور داشته باشيم و از موضع خود دفاع كنيم. يک مقام ارشد آمريکايي ابراز اطمينان كرد که به زودي شواهدي حاکي از توليد سلاح هسته اي در ايران به دست خواهد آمد و روسيه را واخواهد داشت برنامه کمک به احداث نيروگاه بوشهر را متوقف کند.