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HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5UD
April 28, 2020
A recorded video of a newborn son of Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz...
Basra, Iraq
Recorded video of newborn son in Basra
A recorded video of a newborn son of Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5U4
April 28, 2020
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive...
Basra, Iraq
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi watches video of newborn son in Basra
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5TY
April 28, 2020
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive...
Basra, Iraq
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi reacts to video of newborn son in Basra
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, reacts as she watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5SN
April 28, 2020
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive...
Basra, Iraq
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi watches video of newborn son in Basra
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 26, 2020. Picture taken April 26, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5SA
April 28, 2020
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive...
Basra, Iraq
Family watches video of newborn son in Basra
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, with her family, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 25, 2020. Picture taken April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/IRAQ-BABY
RTX7G5RY
April 28, 2020
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive...
Basra, Iraq
Family watches video of newborn son in Basra
Rafiqa Ibrahim Radi, who gave birth in the Iranian city of Ahvaz and left her child in the neonatal intensive care unit due to premature birth, watches a recorded video of her newborn son, with her family, after she returned to Iraq, as the borders between the two countries remain shut due to the coronavirus disease (COVID-19), at her home in Basra, Iraq April 25, 2020. Picture taken April 25, 2020. REUTERS/Mohammed Aty
CHINA-STEEL/IRAN
RTSP2AY
September 23, 2016
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September...
Ahvaz, Iran
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September 28, 2011. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi/File Photo
IRAN/
RTR2RYWV
September 28, 2011
Labourers work in steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran,...
Ahvaz, Iran
Labourers work in steel facility in Ahvaz
Labourers work in steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran, September 28, 2011. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
IRAN/
RTR2RYWS
September 28, 2011
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September...
Ahvaz, Iran
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September 28, 2011. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
IRAN/
RTR2RYWO
September 28, 2011
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September...
Ahvaz, Iran
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz
A view of the steel facility in Ahvaz, Khuzestan province, 882 km (548 miles) southwest of Tehran September 28, 2011. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi (IRAN - Tags: BUSINESS INDUSTRIAL)
IRAN/
RTXCXQ6
March 18, 2009
A member of basij militia sits at an unknown martyrs' shrine at a war memorial site near the Iraqi border...
Ahvaz, Iran
Member of basij militia sits at unknown martyrs' shrine at a war memorial site near Iraqi border 1,257...
A member of basij militia sits at an unknown martyrs' shrine at a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXQ4
March 18, 2009
A member of basij militia ties a green rope as a religious symbol to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war...
Ahvaz, Iran
Member of basij militia ties a green rope to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war memorial site near Iraqi...
A member of basij militia ties a green rope as a religious symbol to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXQ1
March 18, 2009
Members of basij militia and a group of schoolboys attend a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257...
Ahvaz, Iran
Members of basij militia and a group of schoolboys attend a war memorial site near Iraqi border 1,257...
Members of basij militia and a group of schoolboys attend a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
IRAN/
RTXCXPX
March 18, 2009
A member of basij militia wearing a headband holds a religious flag with the name of Fatima, wife of...
Ahvaz, Iran
Member of basij militia wearing a headband holds a religious flag while attending a war memorial site...
A member of basij militia wearing a headband holds a religious flag with the name of Fatima, wife of Imam Ali, while attending a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXPU
March 18, 2009
A member of basij militia rests under a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei at an...
Ahvaz, Iran
Member of basij militia rests under a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei at unknown...
A member of basij militia rests under a portrait of Iran's Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei at an unknown martyrs' shrine at a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXPR
March 18, 2009
A young woman raises her Palestinian scarf as she attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257...
Ahvaz, Iran
Woman raises her Palestinian scarf as she attends a war memorial site near Iraqi border 1,257 km southwest...
A young woman raises her Palestinian scarf as she attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXPO
March 18, 2009
A woman attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in...
Ahvaz, Iran
Woman attends a war memorial site near Iraqi border 1,257 km southwest of Tehran
A woman attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXPJ
March 18, 2009
A member of basij militia prays as he sits next to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war memorial site near...
Ahvaz, Iran
Member of basij militia prays as he sits next to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war memorial site near...
A member of basij militia prays as he sits next to a tomb of unknown martyrs at a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION)
IRAN/
RTXCXPI
March 18, 2009
A cleric attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in...
Ahvaz, Iran
Cleric attends a war memorial site near Iraqi border 1,257 km southwest of Tehran
A cleric attends a war memorial site near the Iraqi border 1,257 km (786 miles) southwest of Tehran in Khoozestan province March 18, 2009. Iranians visit the main battlegrounds during the last week of the Iranian calendar to remember martyrs who died in the Iran-Iraq war (1980-88). REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (IRAN SOCIETY CONFLICT RELIGION IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
IRAN
RTR18XGP
January 25, 2006
Bank employees search for documents in the rubble at a bank, where one of two bombs exploded, in the...
Ahvaz, Iran
Bank employees search for documents in rubble at bank in Ahvaz
Bank employees search for documents in the rubble at a bank, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 25, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18XBS
January 25, 2006
A bank employee searches for documents in the rubble at a bank where one of two bombs exploded in the...
Ahvaz, Iran
Bank employee searches for documents in rubble at bank where one of two bombs exploded in Ahvaz
A bank employee searches for documents in the rubble at a bank where one of two bombs exploded in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 25, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18WH1
January 25, 2006
Bank employees search for documents in the rubble at a bank, where one of two bombs exploded, in the...
Ahvaz, Iran
Bank employees search for documents in rubble at bank in Ahvaz
Bank employees search for documents in the rubble at a bank, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 25, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18WGF
January 25, 2006
Friends of a man who died in a bomb blast light candles in a flower wreath at the site of one of two...
Ahvaz, Iran
Friends of man who died in bomb blast light candles in flower wreath in Ahvaz
Friends of a man who died in a bomb blast light candles in a flower wreath at the site of one of two bomb explosions in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 25, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN BLAST
RTR1BTPL
January 24, 2006
Iranians look at a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz,...
Tehran, Iran
Iranians look at bank building in southwestern city of Ahvaz, southwest of Tehran
Iranians look at a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) southwest of Tehran, Iran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18VIZ
January 24, 2006
Iranian policemen guard a bank building where one of two bombs exploded in the southwestern city of Ahvaz,...
Ahvaz, Iran
Iranian policemen guard a bank building where one of two bombs exploded in the southwestern city of Ahvaz...
Iranian policemen guard a bank building where one of two bombs exploded in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18VHI
January 24, 2006
An Iranian woman cries in the hospital where her relative is warded after two bombs exploded in Ahvaz,...
Ahvaz, Iran
An Iranian woman cries in the hospital where her relative is warded after two bombs exploded in Ahvaz...
An Iranian woman cries in the hospital where her relative is warded after two bombs exploded in Ahvaz, about 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18VFO
January 24, 2006
A survivor of bomb blasts lies on a bed in a hospital in Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran...
Ahvaz, Iran
Survivor of bomb blasts lies on his bed in a hospital in Ahvaz south of Tehran
A survivor of bomb blasts lies on a bed in a hospital in Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18V5H
January 24, 2006
Iranians look at a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz,...
Ahvaz, Iran
Iranian people look at a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of...
Iranians look at a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, Iran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18UOP
January 24, 2006
Iranian policemen guard a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of...
Tehran, Iran
Iranian policemen guard bank building in southwestern city of Ahvaz, southwest of Tehran
Iranian policemen guard a bank building, where one of two bombs exploded, in the southwestern city of Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) southwest of Tehran, Iran January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTR18UNX
January 24, 2006
An Iranian man shows a piece of shrapnel removed from his relative in a hospital after two bombs exploded...
Ahvaz, Iran
Iranian man shows piece of shrapnel removed in hospital after two bombs exploded in Ahvaz south of Tehran...
An Iranian man shows a piece of shrapnel removed from his relative in a hospital after two bombs exploded in the mainly Arab southern Iranian city of Ahvaz, about 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN BLAST
RTR18UNT
January 24, 2006
A survivor of bomb blasts is moved to a bed in a hospital in Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran,...
Ahvaz, Iran
Survivor of bomb blasts is moved to bed in hospital in Ahvaz
A survivor of bomb blasts is moved to a bed in a hospital in Ahvaz, 874 km (543 miles) south of Tehran, January 24, 2006. Bombs ripped through a bank and government building in the southern Iranian oil city of Ahvaz on Tuesday, killing eight people in a region that has seen intermittent bombings and rioting since April. REUTERS/Raheb Homavandi
IRAN
RTRE7R4
June 13, 2005
An Iranian man sits beside his stall under campaign posters of presidential candidate Qalibaf in the...
Ahvaz, Iran
An Iranian man sits beside his stall under campaign posters of presidential candidate Qalibaf in the...
An Iranian man sits beside his stall under campaign posters of presidential candidate Qalibaf in the city of Ahvaz. An Iranian man sits beside his stall under campaign posters of the former chief of police and presidential candidate Mohammad Baqer Qalibaf in the city of Ahvaz, 1000 km (621 miles) south of Tehran, June 13, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. Officials blamed the attacks on exiled opposition groups seeking to dissuade Iranians from voting. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN
RTRE7JF
June 13, 2005
A survivor of bomb blasts on Sunday lies on his bed as his mother looks on in a hospital in Ahvaz 1000...
Ahvaz, Iran
A survivor of bomb blasts on Sunday lies on his bed as his mother looks on in a hospital in Ahvaz.
A survivor of bomb blasts on Sunday lies on his bed as his mother looks on in a hospital in Ahvaz 1000 km (621 miles) south of Tehran June 13, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. Officials blamed the attacks on exiled opposition groups seeking to dissuade Iranians from voting. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN EXPLOSION
RTRE7S8
June 12, 2005
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans after a bombing...
Ahvaz, Iran
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans after a bombing...
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans after a bombing in Ahvaz. A group of young Iranians, living in Ahvaz, gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans after a bombing in Ahvaz, 1000kms (621.4 miles) south of Tehran, June 12, 2005. A small bomb concealed in a rubbish container exploded in central Tehran on Sunday, killing at least one person and wounding three, officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN EXPLOSION
RTRE7S0
June 12, 2005
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing 1000kms (621.4 miles) south...
Ahvaz, Iran
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing south of Tehran.
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing 1000kms (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. A small bomb concealed in a rubbish container exploded in central Tehran on Sunday, killing at least one person and wounding three, officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JJ
IRAN
RTRE6C6
June 12, 2005
The interior of a damaged office is seen near the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing 1000 km (621.4...
Ahvaz, Iran
The interior of a damaged office is seen near the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing south of Tehran....
The interior of a damaged office is seen near the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing 1000 km (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. A small bomb concealed in a rubbish container exploded in central Tehran on Sunday, killing at least one person and wounding three, officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/KS
IRAN EXPLOSION
RTRE6BF
June 12, 2005
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans against the terrorists...
Ahvaz, Iran
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans against the ...
A group of young Iranians gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans against the terrorists after a bombing in Ahvaz. A group of young Iranians, living in Ahvaz, gather in front of the governor's office and shout slogans against the terrorists after a bombing in Ahvaz, 1000kms (621.4 miles) south of Tehran, June 12, 2005. A small bomb concealed in a rubbish container exploded in central Tehran on Sunday, killing at least one person and wounding three, officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN EXPLOSION
RTRE6AH
June 12, 2005
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after the terrorist bombing 1000kms (621.4...
Ahvaz, Iran
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after the terrorist bombing south of Tehran....
A general view of the side of the Ahvaz governor's office after the terrorist bombing 1000kms (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. A small bomb concealed in a rubbish container exploded in central Tehran on Sunday, killing at least one person and wounding three, officials said. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JJ
IRAN
RTRE6A6
June 12, 2005
An Iranian security guard points to the Ahvaz governor's office 1000 km (621.4 miles) south of Tehran...
Ahvaz, Iran
An Iranian security guard points to the Ahvaz governor's office, Iran.
An Iranian security guard points to the Ahvaz governor's office 1000 km (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JK
IRAN
RTRE69J
June 12, 2005
A general view of Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office 1000 km (621.4...
Ahvaz, Iran
A general view of the Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing in Iran.
A general view of Ahvaz governor's office after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office 1000 km (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/JK
IRAN
RTRE691
June 12, 2005
Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at theAhvaz governor's office...
Ahvaz, Iran
Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at theAhvaz governor's office...
Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at theAhvaz governor's office south of Tehran. An Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office 1000km (621 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN
RTRE68U
June 12, 2005
An Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office...
Ahvaz, Iran
An Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's ......
An Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office in Iran. An Iranian security guard shows a part of an exploded car after a bombing at the Ahvaz governor's office 1000 km (621.4 miles) south of Tehran June 12, 2005. Bombs killed eight people and wounded 75 in Iran on Sunday in a rare string of attacks five days before a presidential election. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl
IRAN
RTR7JV0
April 07, 2005
The sun rises at a sugar cane farm in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz 1,000 km (621 miles) south west...
multiple cities, Iran
The sun rises at a sugar cane farm in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz.
The sun rises at a sugar cane farm in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz 1,000 km (621 miles) south west of Tehran April 7, 2005. Picture taken on April 7, 2005. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl MN/DL
IRAN DEMO
RTRT4R0
December 09, 1999
About fifty demonstrators, the families of those killed in a bomb attack in the southern Iranian city...
Tehran, Iran (IslamicRepublicof)
DEMONSTRATORS MARCH INFRONT OF GERMAN EMBASSY IN IRAN.
About fifty demonstrators, the families of those killed in a bomb attack in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz, march in front of the German embassy in Tehran December 9. The demonstrators were banned from demonstrating in front of the German embassy with no permit, but were given a permit by police to protest in front of the United Nations building. Iranian security forces blamed the November 25 bomb attack on the Mujahideen Khalq, Iran's main armed opposition group, and said security forces killed two Iraqi-based rebels after they set off the bomb.

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