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    2. Iran - The New York Times

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      Iran, known as Persia until 1935 and now officially the Islamic Republic of Iran, is the second-largest nation in the Middle East by population.

    3. Iran - Wikipedia

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      Tehran Times, Iran Daily, and Financial Tribune are among the English language newspapers based in Iran. Television was introduced to Iran in 1958.

    4. Nuclear program of Iran - Wikipedia

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      The nuclear program of Iran has included several research sites, two uranium mines, a research reactor, and uranium processing facilities that include three known ...

    5. Iran | World news | The Guardian

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      Winner will influence not only Iran’s immediate future but also the looming battle to choose a new supreme leader

    6. Iran's Nuclear Program - The New York Times

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      News about Iran's nuclear program. Commentary and archival information about Nuclear Program from The New York Times.

    7. Iran, a mountainous, arid, ethnically diverse country of southwestern Asia. Much of Iran consists of a central desert plateau, which is ringed on all sides by lofty ...

    8. Iran plans nuclear-powered ships in retaliation for nuclear ...

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      TEHRAN, Iran-- Iran’s president on Tuesday ordered officials to draw up plans to build nuclear-powered ships and to show how the United States violated last year ...

    9. CIA: The World Factbook: Iran - Central Intelligence Agency

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      Iran protests Afghanistan's limiting flow of dammed Helmand River tributaries during drought; Iraq's lack of a maritime boundary with Iran prompts jurisdiction ...

    10. Iran and weapons of mass destruction - Wikipedia

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      Iran states that the purpose of its nuclear program is the generation of power and that any other use would be a violation of the Nuclear Non-Proliferation Treaty, of ...

    11. Iran has sanctioned nine more U.S.-linked businesses, organizations and people over America's sanctions for its ballistic missile program