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April, 24, 1940 A.D.:
Radio Tehran Founded


The cabinet of ministers approved the bill that authorized usage of radio in Iran on Sep, 24, 1934. The law required a permission from the Ministry of Post to install antenna and equipment.In 1939, the wireless school of the army opened at Ministry of War. In order to acquire knowledge and technolog... Read Full Article:


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April, 24, 1969 A.D.:
Iran Claims Her Share Of Arvand River


During the Mandate of Iraq (1920-32), the British advisors in Iraq were able to keep the Arvand Rood waterway bi-national under the principle that worked in Europe for Danube River: the dividing line was a line drawn between the deepest points along the stream bed. In 1937, Iran and Iraq signed a tr... Read Full Article:


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April, 24, 1980 A.D.:
U.S. Special Forces Fail In Tabas


The operation Eagle was a rescue mission inside Iran given to U.S. special forces. Nearly 6 months after a group calling themselves "Students in Imam's path" stormed the U.S. Embassy in Tehran and took the personnel hostage, President Jimmy Carter showed a green light for a rescue operation. Three C... Read Full Article:


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April, 24, 1984 A.D.:
Claims Of An Iranian Nuclear Bomb!


(Opinion Juris) - The British defense magazine, Jane's Defence Weekly reported in its Apr, 24, 1984 edition quoting West German intelligence sources saying that Iran’s production of a bomb is entering its final stages soon after West German engineers visited the unfinished Bushehr nuclear reactor.... Read Full Article:

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