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January, 11, 2007 A.D.:
US Takes Iranian Diplomats Hostage

On Jan, 10, 2007, U.S. President Bush made a statement that signaled a tough stance on Iran, whom he accused of destabilizing Iraq. The following day US troops in Irbil raided a building Iran said was a consulate, arresting five men. Iran demanded the release of the five Iranians and claimed they we... Read Full Article:

February, 4, 2007 A.D.:
Innovation In Repairing Cord Injuries

(FNA) - Iranian scientists introduced a revolutionary technique for repairing spinal cord injuries on Feb, 4, 2007. "In this method, stem cells which have been taken from the patient are injected into his spinal cord," Iran's Minister of Health Kamran Bagheri Lankarani said during a ceremony at Teh... Read Full Article:

February, 14, 2007 A.D.:
Bomb Kills 11 People

(BBC) - Eleven people have been killed in a bomb blast near a bus in city of Zahedan in south-eastern Iran, the official IRNA news agency has reported. The bomb, hidden in a car, targeted members of IRGC, Iran's Revolutionary Guard, the agency said, although it is unclear if all the dead belonged t... Read Full Article:

February, 20, 2007 A.D.:
Shahram Jazayeri Escapes The Prison

Shahram Jazayeri, a high profile prisoner whose name was associated with financial corruption and bribing of top officials escaped while being taken for investigation about a property. Accompanied by two guards, he suddenly vanished near his apartment in Ecbatan district of Tehran. The escape sent a... Read Full Article:

March, 19, 2007 A.D.:
Iran-Armenia Gas Pipeline Inaugurated

The initial plans to build the Iran-Armenia gas pipeline were announced on April, 15 2002 by Armenian Energy Minister Armen Movsisian. The pipeline started operations on December, 20 2006, and was officially inaugurated by the Presidents Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran and Robert Kocharyan of Armenia on... Read Full Article:

March, 23, 2007 A.D.:
15 British Soldiers Seized In Iranian Waters

Iranian naval forces seized British sailors and marines who were reportedly in Iran waters. Iran's Revolutionary Guard naval corps, which operates separately from Iran's navy, was involved in this operation. After heavy diplomatic traffic and media coverage, on April, 4th, the Britons were released... Read Full Article:

March, 24, 2007 A.D.:
UNSC Resolution #1747: Second Sanctions

Following the resolution #1737, the UNSC resolution #1747 which was passed on March, 24, 2007 was built on its previous decision to impose sanction on Tehran by banning arms exports from Iran and freezing financial assets some individuals and entities. The resolution takes into account some of the c... Read Full Article:

April, 3, 2007 A.D.:
Kidnapped Iranian Diplomat Released

Jalal Sharafi, an Iranian diplomat who was taken hostage during a kidnapping in 2007 was released on Tuesday, April, 3 2007, and walked back into the Iranian embassy in Baghdad. It remains unclear whether the release of the 15 British naval personnel on April, 4, 2007 had any connection with the re... Read Full Article:

June, 27, 2007 A.D.:
Gasoline Rationing Plan Starts

(Wikipedia) - 2007 Gasoline Rationing Plan in Iran was launched by president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad's cabinet to reduce Iran's fuel consumption. Although Iran is one of the world's largest producers of petroleum, rapid increases in demand and limited refining capacity has forced the country to import a... Read Full Article:

November, 8, 2007 A.D.:
US Faking Intel To Attack Iran

A US National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) on Iran was held up for more than a year in an effort to force the intelligence community to remove dissenting judgments on the Iranian nuclear program. U.S. Vice President Dick Cheney with an aggressive policy toward Iran pressured on intelligence analysts ... Read Full Article:

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