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March, 21, 2001 A.D.:
Homecoming For Googoosh

Iran's most famous female pop star made her first appearance in Dubai after more than 20 years. About 30,000 people, most flying in from Iran attended the concert. Googoosh had been banned from performing in her home country since the Iranian revolution in 1979. She could not leave the country eithe... Read Full Article:

May, 8, 2001 A.D.:
Red Carpet For Fidel Castro

The iconic Cuban President Fidel Castro was warmly received in Tehran by his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Khatami. Castro was welcomed in grand style with a guard of honor at the former imperial palace, before the two leaders started their first round of talks. The 74 year old Castro flew in from A... Read Full Article:

July, 26, 2001 A.D.:
Tabriz–Ankara Pipeline Operational

(Wikipedia) - The Tabriz–Ankara Pipeline officially started operating on July, 26, 2001 but the project was not easy one facing both economic and political obstacles. Construction of the pipeline started in 1996 after signing a gas deal between Turkish and Iranian governments in Turkey on August,... Read Full Article:

August, 8, 2001 A.D.:
Khatami Sworn As President Again

Mohammad Khatami begins his second term in office as the president. The ceremony was delayed for several days because of a power struggle between religious conservatives and reformers for seats in the Guardian Council, The body consisting of 12 members half of which are appointed by the Supreme Lead... Read Full Article:

October, 26, 2001 A.D.:
Iran Allies With US Against Taliban

When the U.S. declared war on the Taliban in Oct, 2001, she was pleasantly surprised to find a silent ally in Tehran. Diplomats speak of a commonality of interests. It was believed that the two neighboring theocracies would have a world in common but Iran's Shiite clergies never got along with Talib... Read Full Article:

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