Sunday, June 21, 2009

Reporters BBC expelled from Iran.

SyuzhetyOppozitsiya to re Ahmadinedzhada21.06.2009V riots in Tehran were killed 19 demonstrantovKommentariiSituatsiya close to revolyutsionnoy16.06.2009Vlasti Iran agreed to review the outcome of vyborovVlasti Iran demanded that the BBC correspondent, John Lyne (John Leyne) to leave the country within 24 hours. That was reported by AFP, referring to the local agency Fars. He was accused of supporting the rioters. BBC has confirmed this information, however, reported that the office of Television in Tehran remains open.
As stated by Foreign Minister Hassan Gasgavi (Hassan Ghasghavi), foreign media such as Voice of America and BBC, are public, and thus become the tools of diplomacy in their own countries. "These services have two goals - to create and fuel ethnic tensions and facilitate the disintegration of Iran," - he added.
Meanwhile, British Foreign Secretary David Milibend Iran has rejected accusations that foreign states provoked riots in Iran. According to him, an attempt to Chapter Manouchehr Mottaki, Iranian Foreign Ministry to make the vnutriiransky dispute over election results in the confrontation with Iran and other nations, particularly with Britain, there is no reason to.
Mottaki said earlier that Britain was preparing a conspiracy against Iran for two years. According to him, before the elections in the country came to the set of "elements associated with the British intelligence."
In Iran, during the last week, continuing unrest in which thousands of citizens. The protesters believe that the results of presidential elections in the country were rigged. According to official figures, the victory won on the basis of the vote the incumbent president Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, ahead of its main competitor world-Hossein Mousavi.

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