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Iranian woman killed in hit and run in Canada

Maryam Rashidi, an Iranian woman, was run over in Calgary while trying to stop a stolen truck from fleeing with unpaid gas. She succumbed to her injuries two days later in the hospital.
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Rouhani condemns horrific crime against US Muslim students

President Rouhani has called in a message for global action to address the root causes of violence and hatred toward religion.
Mohammad Javad-Larijani

Supreme Leader’s message is catching on with the youth

The secretary of Iran’s Human Rights Council has said for the first time since the revolution that we use simple language to develop mutual understanding with the world.
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Discrimination still prevails in US, says tweet by Leader marking Martin Luther King Day

To mark Martin Luther King Day, the Supreme Leader has tweeted “Discrimination still prevails in the US.”
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Common enemies use oil as political tool: Leader to Maduro

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says enemies are using oil as a political tool to exert pressure on oil exporting countries.

Aligned OPEC members can stabilize oil prices: Iran

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says collective efforts by OPEC member states can help stabilize global crude prices at a desirable level in 2015.

Cuba resistance invalidated US sanctions, isolation policy: Iran

Iran says the recent major US policy shift to restore diplomatic relations with Cuba invalidates Washington’s decades-old strategy of sanctions and isolation.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokeswoman Marziyeh Afkham

Iran calls Senate report on CIA torture ‘shocking’

Iran has described a US Senate report on the CIA’s torture program as “shocking," saying this shows violence, extremism, and secrecy are institutionalized in the US security system.
Chuck Hagel

Chuck Hagel, the casualty of US national security shakeup

Javan, a Tehran-based daily, brings under focus the sudden resignation of US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and how it can impact Washington's security policies down the line.
White House

White House gets hacked; Obama office kept in the dark

Hackers target the White House’s computer system, triggering a temporary power cut at the Oval Office.

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