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February, 3, 1911 A.D.:
First Head Of Parliament Assassinated


Morteza Gholi Khan commonly known as Sanioddoleh, the first Majlis Speaker was assassinated in Tehran on Feb, 3, 1911. He was born in Tehran in 1856. After finishing higher education in Germany, he returned to Iran and was appointed as the head of the Post and Customs office. He was the founder of t... Read Full Article:


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February, 3, 1972 A.D.:
Heavy Snow Kills 4000


The Iran Blizzard of February 1972 ended a four year drought but resulted in the deaths of approximately 4,000 people. A week-long period of low temperatures and winter storms, lasting from February 3 to February 9, 1972, dumped more than 3 meters of snow across rural areas in northwestern, central ... Read Full Article:


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February, 3, 1979 A.D.:
American General Leaves Tehran


General Robert E. Huyser a special envoy from Jimmy Carter left Tehran for Washington. His mission was to help the Iranian army take control of the civil uprising in Iran. Of Dutch origin Huyser was a US air force general who published the book Mission to Tehran before he died of heart attack in 199... Read Full Article:


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February, 3, 2008 A.D.:
Rationing Lowers Fuel Imports


(FNA) - Iran's daily gasoline imports have fallen about 57 percent since the country introduced fuel rationing last June, a senior oil official was quoted on Saturday as saying.The world's fourth-largest oil producer lacks sufficient refining capacity, a vulnerability that hostile western countries ... Read Full Article:

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