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Former Iranian president Rasfanjani was dismissed as head of the Assembly of Experts. Iran rejected recent IAEA claims about its nuclear program. Tehran announced there is no need for OPEC to increase oil production amid the Middle Eastern crises.
US Secretary of State Clinton appealed to Iran for information on a retired FBI agent who went missing in Iran several years ago. The Iranian military tested domestically-produced howitzer artillery. President Ahmadinejad seeks continued diplomatic cooperation with Kenya.
Iranian naval ships returned through the Suez Canal on route back to Iran. Iranians denied President Ahmadinejad's claim that there is no hunger problem in Iran. Tehran agreed to negotiate with Somali pirates over the release of an Indian merchant ship.
US Secretary of State Clinton said Iran is trying to influence various Arab uprisings. Zimbabwe announced that it is willing to supply Iran with uranium for its enrichment program. India resumed crude oil payments to Iran after negotiations.
Security forces arrested opposition leaders Mirhossein Mousavi and Mehdi Karoubi, according to an opposition website. ISAF's spokesman said Iran is arming the Taliban. Iran said the logo for the 2012 Olympics spells the word "Zion," and threatened to boycott.
The ambassador to Russia said the removal of the nuclear fuel rods from Bushehr is unrelated to the Stuxnet virus. The ambassador to Syria said Arab countries could defeat the US if Egypt, Syria, and Iran joined forces.
Iran's navy chief said his country was prepared to build a port on the Syrian coast. The air force said it was ready to build its own fighters. The nuclear commission will unload fuel from the Bushehr plant.
The IAEA said it received reports that Iran is developing a nuclear-armed missile. The IAEA also said Iran is continuing to pursue its nuclear program despite sanctions.
The US Treasury designated the head of the Basij militia and Tehran's prosecutor general for human rights abuses. The two Iranian warships have transited the Suez Canal and are en route to Syria. Senegal cut ties with Iran after the latter shipped weapons to rebels.