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April, 11, 80 B.C.:
Orodes The King Of Kings

The history of the Parthian kings are very obscure especially during this period but Ardoan I is mentioned as Shahanshah of the Arsacid dynasty in a report of lunar eclipse in April, 11, 80 B.C in Babylon. Although his rule that had started in 90 B.C. must have ended after ten years in 80 B.C. Part ... Read Full Article:


April, 11, 1921 A.D.:
Soviets Name Greater Khorasan as Turkestan

After the coup of Reza Khan, the Bolsheviks abruptly drew a virtual border around the territory previously seized from Iran and called it Turkestan. This decision was made due to fear from growing nationalist sentiments towards Iran. Years later, the territory was divided again and Persian cities of... Read Full Article:


April, 11, 2009 A.D.:
US Plots Against Iran/Syria Uncovered

(Wikipedia) - The Iran Syria Policy and Operations Group (ISOG) was an interagency organization formed in early 2006 within the U.S. government, consisting of officials from the State Department, White House, Central Intelligence Agency, Treasury Department, and other agencies that worked, to influe... Read Full Article:

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