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Supreme Leader Meets with Outstanding Women

Supreme Leader Meets with Outstanding Women

Supreme Leader Meets with Outstanding Women (2013/05/11 – 16:35)   Ayatollah Khamenei the Supreme Leader of the Islamic Revolution, met Saturday morning with hundreds of outstanding women who are active in academic, Quranic and seminary areas, areas related to women and the family, executive and public organizations and media networks. Speaking at the meeting, His Eminence [&hellip

Damascus welcomes outcome of Tehran conference on Syria

Damascus welcomes outcome of Tehran conference on Syria

Damascus welcomes outcome of Tehran conference on Syria A general view of the International Conference on Syria held in the Iranian capital, Tehran, May 29, 2013. Fri May 31, 2013 6:38AM On May 29, Iran hosted an international conference on Syria to help find a political solution to the crisis in the Arab country. The [&hellip

US basketball coach signs two-year deal

US basketball coach signs two-year deal

Visiting US basketball coach Albert Sokaitis boarded a return flight home after staying in the country for 18 days. The coach who arrived in dares Salaam on May 12 has been satisfied with the terms and conditions to render his services during the two-year span. The contract is renewable as the coach might sign an [&hellip

Mbatia urges TCRA to stop caller ring-back tones

Mbatia urges TCRA to stop caller ring-back tones

Nominated legislator James Mbatia has asked the government through the Tanzania Communication Regulatory Authority (TCRA) to dangle caller ring-back tone services with immediate effect on ground that they played a big role in inciting religious tension. In his accusations Mbatia claimed that some ring-back tones were provoking other religions, contrary to the law of the [&hellip

Government has dismisses allegations against Mengi

Government has dismisses allegations against Mengi

The Home Affairs’ ministry has cleared IPP Executive Chairman, Dr Reginald Mengi of allegations that he had a hand in the harassment of freelance journalist Erick Kabendera and his elderly parents. The allegations followed an inquiry by Immigration officials into the status of the three people’s citizenship. Investigations ordered by Home Affairs minister Dr Emmanuel [&hellip

WHO: 30% of malaria tablets fake

WHO: 30% of malaria tablets fake

The University Of Dodoma (UDOM) will next month carry out a research on the potential use of mobile phones to verify the validity of drugs following a recent World Health Organization (WHO) report that 10 percent of all human medicines are substandard or fake and for malaria drugs, it is 30 percent. The three year [&hellip

Health ministry sounds warning on ‘new strain’ of pneumonia

Health ministry sounds warning on ‘new strain’ of pneumonia

The Ministry of Health and Social Welfare issued an alert to the public on the existence of a new pneumonia disease which has already claimed 22 lives out of 44 patients globally between December last year and May 23, this year. The disease is spread by a virus called Novel Corona. According to the Ministry’s [&hellip

Common painkillers ‘pose heart risk’

Common painkillers ‘pose heart risk’

Two common painkillers, ibuprofen and diclofenac, can slightly increase the risk of heart problems if taken in high doses for a long time, data suggests. People with severe arthritis often take the drugs, which also calm inflammation, to go about daily life. The researchers said some patients would deem the risk acceptable, but they should [&hellip

Iranian-American given 25-yr jail term

Iranian-American given 25-yr jail term

An American judge has passed a 25-year prison sentence for the Iranian-American citizen Manssor Arbabsiar over allegations of his participation in a plot to kill the Saudi ambassador to the US. New York federal Judge John Keenan passed the maximum sentence and said Arbabsiar must be taught a lesson for his involvement in a plot [&hellip

UN raps Myanmar for Muslim child limit

UN raps Myanmar for Muslim child limit

The United Nations has condemned the Myanmar government for its decision to impose a two-child limit on Muslim families. On Thursday, Eduardo del Buey, deputy spokesman for UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, issued a statement saying that the ban is a violation of fundamental human rights and called on Myanmar officials to put an end [&hellip