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Summary of Iran Stories in Today&apos;s BroadcastsBehnam NateghiThursday, July 10, 2003 <b> Thousands Converge near Tehran University in Un-Organized Protest</b> • Hundreds of anti-riot police and plainclothes security force violently dispersed crowds of thousands who gathered around Tehran University to observe the fourth anniversary of the 1999 bloody police attack on student dorms. As in last month&apos;s anti-regime demonstrations, masses of honking cars clogged the central Tehran streets around the university, which was closed all day in an effort to prevent students from holding rallies. Agenece France Press reported that police briefly fought with club-wielding paramilitary vigilante-style security force, in what appeared to be an effort to protect protestors caught in a traffic jam in their cars. (Baktash Khamsehpour) • Fifty-eight were reportedly arrested during last night&apos;s unrest in central Tehran. (Amir Armin) • Police and plainclothes security indiscriminately thrashed people who had gathered in the Enqelab circle and Azadi street. (Mahmonir Rahimi) • Police arrested nine of the students who gathered in the Kerman University to stage a sit-in and hunger strike protest, an eye witness tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. (Mahmonir Rahimi) • Plainclothes security force arrested three ranking members of the central council of the association of Islamic student councils after they criticized the Islamic government for its refusal to allow student rallies on the July 9 anniversary. (Massoud Malek) • SPECIAL REPORT: Paris-based commentator and former Majles MP <b>Ahmad Salamatian</b>, secretary of the Amir-Kabir Universtiy&apos;s Islamic student council <b>Mehdi Habibi</b> discuss the student movement&apos;s role in Iran&apos;s political scene. (Bahman Bastani) • President Khatami has always preferred the interests of the Islamic regime over that of the people, secretary of the Amir Kabir University&apos;s Islamic student council <b>Mehdi Habibi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He adds that since President Khatami has said he would resign if he finds himself unable to implement reforms. Now he should clarify for the people his definition of inability. He says the student movement is independent from the regime&apos;s reformist faction. (Mahmonir Rahimi) • Internal strife has stifled Iran, writes former Italian ambassador to Moscow and Washington Sergio Romano in Italy&apos;s largest newspaper <i>Il Corriere Della Sera</i> (Ahmad Ra&apos;aft, Rome) <b>Iran Postpones Discussion of Tougher Inspections with IAEA</b> • The Islamic government said it would not yet discuss with IAEA chief Mohamed Elbaradei allowing tougher UN inspections of Iran&apos;s nuclear sites. In Tehran for a one-day visit, Elbaradei said it is in Iran&apos;s interest to initiate signing the additional protocol of the nuclear non-proliferation treaty which would allow more intrusive, impromptu inspections. (Jamshid Chalangi) • Elbaradei met with President Khatami, foreign minister Kharrazi and head of Iran&apos;s atomic energy organization Gholamreza Aghazadeh, who said his organization will prepare a report in cooperation with the IAEA to help the Islamic authorities decide on signing the additional protocol. (Mina Baharmast) <b>New UN Human Rights Commission Special Rapporteur to Visit Iran</b> • The UN special rapporteur for freedom of opinion and expression Ambeyi Ligabo will meet senior Iranian government officials and magistrates during his July 17-27 mission, the UN said in a statement released in Geneva. Paris-based head of the society for defense of human rights in Iran <b>Abdolkarim Lahiji</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Ligabo, who replaces Abed Hussein, specializes on freedom of expression issues. His mission comes after the release of a report on prisons and arbitrary arrests by French judge Louis Joinet, which revealed that most of Iran&apos;s political prisoners had been convicted to jail for expressing their views. To complete his report, Ligabo should try to meet with a number of political prisoners whom Joinet could not interview, he adds. (Mahmonir Rahimi) <b>Rumsfeld Asks Iran to Pull Away from Iraqi Border</b> • During an appearance before the Senate Armed Forces Committee, US Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld said Iran should pull back its posts to behind its own borders. Iran denied having moved its border posts a few kilometers inside Iraq. (Jamshid Chalangi) <b>US Firms Suspected of Selling Arms to Iran</b> • Eighteen US companies are under investigation for allegedly selling military equipment to Iran through a London-based cover company, the Bureau of Customs and Immigration Enforcement (CIE) said Thursday. (Masoud Malek) <b>Canada Presses Iran on Photographer&apos;s Arrest</b> • Canada pressed Iran over the caser of Iranian-born Canadian photographer Zahra Kazemi, 54, who was arrested last month in Tehran for taking pictures of a prison, and allegedly beaten into coma. (Golnaz Esfandiari) • Canadian Journalists for Free Expression plans to write a letter to the Islamic government to ask about the condition of arrested photographer Zahra Kazemi, editor of Toronto&apos;s Persian weekly <i>Shahrvand</i> <b>Hasan Zerehi</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He says he would like to see the Islamic government pressured on all sides on the issue of human rights. (Amir Armin) <b>Conjoined Twin&apos;s Bodies Return Home in Separate Coffins</b> • Bodies of conjoined twins Laleh and Ladan Bijani were flown home from Singapore in separate coffins for burial in their birthplace Firouzabad. (Baktash Khamsehpour) <b>200 Rally in front of Iranian Embassy in Rome</b> • Bussed into Rome from other Italian cities, nearly 200 Iranians along staged an anti-regime demonstration along with Italian journalists and politicians in front of the Iranian embassy in Rome. Speakers at the rally expressed solidarity and support for pro-democracy students on the anniversary of the 1999 police attack on student dorms. (Ahmad Ra&apos;fat, Rome) <b>Khatami&apos;s Brother Warns of Imminent Chaos</b> • In a letter to his brother President Khatami, Tehran MP Mohammad-Reza Khatami, head of the Islamic Iran Participation Front, the largest pro-government party, warned against the impending instability, which he said would be a greater enemy of reforms than Khatami&apos;s conservative rivals. (Bijan Farhoodi) • In an interview with German newspaper <i>Die Welt</i>, Mohammad Reza Khatami denied that 500 students have been arrested. He said the number of arrested students does not exceed 100, and the Majles MPs managed to visit with them. He adds that students are being released from jail every day. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) <b>Iranian Ambassador to Norway Collapses After Clashing with Protestors</b> • Aids rushed the Islamic government&apos;s ambassador to Norway Hossein Noqrehkar-Shirazi to hospital late Wednesday after a group of demonstrators reportedly tried to storm Iran&apos;s Oslo embassy and the ambassador&apos;s residence. The event took place an hour after an organized anti-regime demonstration ended and the police and protestors left the area, organizer <b>Rahim Saki</b>, tells <b>Radio Farda</b>. He says after he and others left the scene, a group of unidentified anti-regime protestors began shouting slogans under the embassy&apos;s window. He quotes Norwegian reports that said the ambassador opened the window and began shouting threats at the demonstrators and later appeared at the door and began beating some of the demonstrators with a broom. (Shahram Mirian, Cologne) • AFP reported that 200 sympathizers of the Mojahedin-e Khalq Organization (MKO), armed with clubs and guns, stormed the Iranian embassy in Oslo, broke down the gate and pushed to enter the embassy. <b>Abbas Shokri</b>, Publisher of Oslo&apos;s Persian-language weekly <i>Zaban-e Aftab</i> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that despite news agencies&apos; reports, MKO members were not involved in the push. Three rallies were organized by different groups, including the MKO, he adds. The largest one, organized by the Democracy Solidarity Movement, was a march from Oslo&apos;s main train station to the Norwegian parliament, and was attended by more than a 1000 people. The third demonstration was organized by monarchists and royalists, and was held in front of the parliament and moved to the Iranian embassy. Quoting the doctors at the Oslo Ridge hospital, he says the Iranian ambassador had been treated for heart illness the night before the demonstrations. (Amir Armin) <b>Iran Provides $26 Million for Road Repair in Tajikstan</b> • Spokesman of Tajikistan ministry of roads and transportation <b>Mohammad-Yusef Shadiov</b> tells <b>Radio Farda</b> that Iran has provided a $21 million loan and a $6 million aid package to Tajikistan for building and repairing highways. (Shahnaz Kamelzadeh, Dushanbe) . در سالگرد 18 تير تهران و ساير شهرهاي ايران صحنه تظاهرات بود، عده اي با وجود ممنوعيت تظاهرات به خيابان ها رفتند. عليرغم گزارش هاي مقامات جمهوري اسلامي مبني بر آرام بودن اوضاع، خبرگزاري فرانسه از گردهمايي ده ها هزار نفر در اطراف دانشگاه تهران خبر داد. صدها پليس ضد شورش مجهز به سلاح و باطوم در خيابان ها گشتزني مي كردند. نيروي امنيتي شخصي پوش موسوم به انصار حزب الله نيز سوار بر موتورسيكلت ها در خيابانها به تردد مشغول بودند. حدود ده هزار اتومبيل با به صدا درآوردن بوق اعتراض خودرا به حكومت نشان مي دادند. انصار حزب الله بعضي از اين اتومبيل ها را مورد حمله قرار دادند. بنابه گزارش سايت خبري بازتاب، 58 نفر درتهران دستگير شدند.