Volume: 1 - Issue:  19001 December 2011
Iran Update - ISDCI Newsletter
Iran Update

Greetings!

  

We are delighted to present you with the current issue of Iran Update, a publication of International Solidarity for Democratic Change in Iran (ISDCI). 

EU ministers discuss fate of Iranian exiles in Iraq
EUBusiness

European Union foreign policy chief Catherine Ashton on Thursday called for a "satisfactory outcome" in the complex relocation of 3,400 Iranian dissidents due to be expelled from a camp in Iraq. Read On... 

Iran resistance leaders urge EU to prevent massacre
The New Europe Online

 Peaceful? Nuclear Activities

The National Council of Resistance of Iran along with MEPs are urging the EU foreign ministers to take action against Iraq's attempts to close an Iranian camp, home to more than 3,000 dissidents. Read On... 

Iranian Dissidents Stage Demonstration in Brussels
News Advance

 Peaceful? Nuclear Activities

Iranian dissidents hold banners as they protest in Brussels, Thursday, Dec. 1, 2011. The protesters called for prevention of compulsory displacement of the Camp Ashraf residents inside Iraq and the annulment of the deadline for closure of Camp Ashraf by the end of December. Camp Ashraf, an enclave in eastern Iraq that houses more than 3,000 people, many of whom are dedicated to overthrowing the government of Iran. (AP Photo/Yves Logghe) Go To Website...

 

EU Tightens Iran Sactions
European voice

More names added to list of those affected by visa ban and asset freeze, with new sanctions promised soon. Read On... 

EU to urge member states to accept Iranian exiles
The Washington Post

An official says the EU's foreign policy chief will urge the member countries to accept some of the Iranians living in a refugee settlement in Iraq. Read On...

 

EU urged to help Iranian dissidents in Iraq
The Associated Press

The European Union should urge Iraq to drop its plan to close a camp of Iranian dissidents and prevent a "massacre" of its residents, a prominent EU parliamentarian said Wednesday. Read On...

 

EU Foreign Ministers Fail to Agree on Iran Oil Ban
Fox News

EU foreign ministers failed Thursday to reach an agreement to impose an oil embargo against Iran -- a measure that some argued would have choked off funding for Iran's alleged program to develop nuclear weapons. Read On...

 

Germany investigating Iran planning attacks on US targets
The Washington Post

German media are reporting that prosecutors are investigating suspicions that Iran might be planning attacks on American targets in the country. Read On...

 

EU foreign ministers fail to agree on Iran oil ban
The Associated Press

EU foreign ministers failed Thursday to reach an agreement to impose an oil embargo against Iran - a measure that some argued would have choked off funding for Iran's alleged program to develop nuclear weapons. Read On...

 

  

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