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Issue No. 65, Dec. 8,1999
- 6501 Clinton administration at cross-purposes An analysis of contradictory moves by the U.S., as President Clinton seeks to open relations with the Islamic Republic as part of his "legacy" as president. 1415 words.
- 6502 U.S. approves Boeing spares 359 words
- 6503 Europe takes principled stand on Nouri In the end, it was the EU, not the U.S., that protested Nouri's mock trial. 281 words
- 6504 U.S. won't sanction Shell Despite $800 million investment, and ILSA requirements, the Statement Department will not block new oil investments in Iran. 684 words
- 6505 Nouri verdict riles traditional clerics, sparks protests. As top ally goes to jail, President Khatami remains silent, but other reformist clerics rail. 936 words
- 6506 Top editor gets 3 years Yet another blow to press freedom, as Asre Azadega editor is sent to jail. 294 words
- 6507 Murders resulted from fatwas Tehran lawyer says he has evidence proving that the murder of dissidents inside Iran last year were ordered by the regime. 443 words
- 6508 Amir-Entezam returned to jail Iran's longest serving political prisoner.... goes back to jail. 160 words
- 6509 Bonyads ripe for restructuring New manager says Bonyad-e Mostazafan could be split apart, with large chunks sold to the private sector. 299 words
- 6510 U.S. says regime terrorism is worse U.S. counter-terrorism officials bely White House optomism, and present new details of Iranian-government terrorism to allies. 552 words
- 6511 Israeli warning Prime Minister says Israel is bracing for new terror attacks. 226 words
- 6512 U.S. protects Iranian assets. Justice Department thrwarts effort by Flatow family and others to attach Iranian government property. 349 words
- 6513 Iran sells missiles to Congo A surprising SCUD-B and SCUD-C sale. 210 words
- 6514 New weapons under production Iranian shipment from China intercepted in Dubai... 280 words
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