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وزيردفاع آمريكا كره شمالي را به جنگ تهديد كرد


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Summary of Iran Stories of Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiTuesday, December 24, 2002 <b>Ukrainian Antonov Crash Kills 46 Near Esfahan </b> * Forty-six Russian and Ukrainian aviation engineers died last night in the crash of an Antonov 140 passenger jet in Ardestan, near Esfahan. The victims were on their way to attend the maiden flight of an Anotonov 140 model built in Esfahan. (Fatemeh Aman, Washington) * The Ukrainian Antonov passenger jets, a model of which is being produced at the Esfahan facility set up by Ukraine, were expected to solve Iran&apos;s shortage of new passenger jets. The US sanctions block Iran&apos;s access to American jets, as well as European jets with American parts. But Iran-Air, Iran&apos;s largest airline has refused to order the Antonov-140&apos;s, due to their safety record. Transportation minister Ahmad Khorram said producing passenger jets in Iran is not economical. At the outset, 30 percent of the jets&apos; parts will be Iranian-made, a ratio that would increase to 70 percent within a few years, according to Ukrainian officials. (Fereydoun Khavand, Paris) * Iran&apos;s civil aviation authority said pilot error was the cause of the crash, and the bodies of the 46 victims have been recovered. However, Ukraine officials put the number of the victims at 50. (Siavash Ardalan) <b>Khatami on Pakistan-Iran Cooperation </b>* President Khatami told Pakistani officials in a speech at the dinner in his honor in Islamabad that Iran is ready to expand its cooperation with Pakistan in all possible fields. General Musharraf thanked Iran for the efforts to reduce tensions between India and Pakistan, and stressed on the need for the two neighbors to cooperate on Afghanistan. Khatami is to begin talks with Pakistani prime minister Zafarollah Jamali on Tuesday. He is also to visit Lahore to meet with Pakistani investors. (Mahdieh Javid, Washington) * In his joint press conference in Islamabad with Pakistani prime minister, President Khatami said Iran has no plans to keep nuclear fuel waste from the Bushehr nuclear plant. (Nazi Azima, Prague) <b>Press Review: Today&apos;s Tehran Headlines </b> * <i>Resalat</i> quotes healthcare minister who says more than 11,000 medical school graduates are out of work. Etemad quotes Hossein Seyyed-Abadi saying that President Khatami cannot be compared to former President Bani-Sadr, who fled Iran after Ayatollah Khomeini dismissed him. <i>Aftab-e Yazd</i> quotes Russia&apos;s atomic energy minister that Russia has prepared atomic fuel for shipment to the Bushehr nuclear plant. <i>Hayat-e Now</i> reports that Golam-Hossein Elham, the Guardians Council spokesman, was named to replace Mir-Mohammad Sadeqi as the spokesman of the judiciary. <i>Entekhab</i> reports on the statement by Zalmay Khalilzad, the US national security council advisor on the Near East, who said in an interview with Radio Farda that access to nuclear weapons in countries that have a history of supporting terrorist groups is worrying for the US and the rest of the world. (Ali Sajjadi, Washington) <b>Iranian Writers Association in Exile on the Detention of Iranians in California</b> * The Iranian Writers Association in Exile issues a statement protesting the detention of Iranian visa violators in California. The society of Iranian professionals in California held a meeting to educate Iranians about the new immigration rules. The society of Iranian-Americans in San Diego staged a peaceful demonstration against the detentions in front of the Federal Building. (Homa Sharshar, Los Angeles) <b>Iran-Iraq to Open Khosravi Border Station </b>* Iran and Iraq asked the UN for permission to open the Khosravi border station next January for trade of food, medicine and other permitted goods under the UN regulations. The border crossing would be the first to open between the two countries since the 1980-88 war, making it easier for Iranian producers to access the Iraqi market. (Jamshid Zand, Prague) <b>Judiciary Proposes New Trial Law for Minors</b> * Judiciary chief Ayatollah Mahmud Shahroudi called for a new trial law for children and young adults. At present, defendants under 18 are tried in separate courts but under the same law as adults. Tehran-based lawyer Mohammad-Hossein Aghasi tells Radio Farda that there are no laws governing the trials of minors He adds that the prison organization had promised to separate prisoners under 18 from others, but has not done so. (Mehdi Khalaji, Prague) <b>Croatian Coach of the National Soccer Team Resigns </b>* Branco Ivanovic, the Croatian coach of the national soccer team resigned. Former national soccer team member and the director of Tehran&apos;s Shahin soccer club Jafar Kashani tells Radio Farda that Iran needs the knowledge and experience of European coaches, but the problem of the nation&apos;s soccer relies in the management of the soccer federation, not the coach. (Baktash Khamsehpour, Prague) . دانالد رامسفلد، وزير دفاع آمريكا، كره شمالي را به طور غير مستقيم به جنگ تهديد كرد و گفت در صورت لزوم، آمريكا مي تواند در دو جبهه، يكي در عراق و يكي در كره شمالي، بجنگد و در يكي سريعا پيروز شود و در ديگري شكست تند و سختي به حريف وارد كند. برنامه تسليحات هسته اي كره شمالي، امروز با خاموش كردن دوربين نظارت سازمان ملل در مركز توليد پلوتونيوم توسط كره شمالي بحران ساز شد. رامسفلد گفت كره شمالي به نيروگاه اتمي نياز ندارد و حتي شبكه برقي ندارد كه بتواند برق اتمي را جذب كند. وي افزود اگر در شب نگاهي به عكس ماهواره اي دو كره بياندازيم، كره جنوبي روشن و سرشار از زندگي و نشاط و كره شمالي تاريك و خاموش است. وي افزود آنچه بر كره شمالي رفته است فاجعه آميز است.
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