Thursday, July 24, 2008

EU calls for halt to Iran stonings  es  ar

The EU has urged Iran to prevent the execution by stoning of eight women and a man convicted of adultery. Rights groups in Tehran said the nine were convicted in separate cases in Iranian cities and could be executed at any time. Under Iran's Islamic laws, adultery is the only capital offence punishable by stoning.

channel4news 2:14:00 PM CEST

7 days before.

Bush sends top envoy to talks with Tehran Similarity: 0.92

Uzbek man & WMD goods to Iran Similarity: 0.46

6 days before.

Thaw in US-Iran relations Similarity: 0.95

5 days before.

Iran rules out suspending enrichment program Similarity: 0.94

4 days before.

Iranian & US officials meet Similarity: 0.95

Nine face stoning death in Iran Similarity: 0.47

Iran complains to FIFA over cancellation of Egypt friendly Similarity: 0.42

3 days before.

Condoleezza Rice says Iran is stalling about its nuclear position Similarity: 0.93

Iran to stone 9 people to death for adultery: activist Similarity: 0.43

2 days before.

:U.S. Hostility Towards Iran Similarity: 0.94

2 days after.

Iran announces nuclear expansion Similarity: 0.96


البيت الأبيض يلوّح مجدداً بتشديد العقوبات على طهران Similarity: 0.37


Presidente de Irán defiende programa nuclear de su país Similarity: 0.62

Help about this topicCountries

Help about this topicPlaces

Help about this topicRelated People

Mahmoud Ahmadinejad (8)

Gholam Reza Aghazadeh (6)

Mohamed ElBaradei (6)

Condoleezza Rice (4)

William Burns (4)

Saeed Jalili (3)

Javier Solana (3)

Gordon Johndroe (1)

Ali Khamenei (1)

George W. Bush (1)

Reza Aqazadeh (1)

Bernard Kouchner (1)

Ali Akbar Velayati (1)

Olli Heinonen (1)

Hamid Reza Asefi (1)

Gaby Ashkenazi (1)

Barack Obama (1)

David Stringer (1)

Ali Asghar Sultanieh (1)

Angela Merkel (1)

Arash Alaei (1)

Frank Donaghue (1)

Reflecting ElBaradei (1)

Geneva Tehran (1)

Susannah Sirkin (1)

Carlos Zaccagnini (1)

Ahmad Batebi (1)

Ann Somerset (1)

Lucy Manning (1)

Seyed Taqi Qaemi (1)

Help about this topicOther Names

Help about this topicAlerts

Joint Research Center