Ahwaz


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Ahwaz

, Ahvaz
a town in SW Iran, on the Karun River. Pop.: 967 000 (2005 est.)
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The Tehran-banned National Organisation for the Liberation of Ahwaz (NOLA) uses the month of April to mark the loss of this region to "Persian imperialism".
Demonstrators chanted "Death to tyranny", "We, the people of Ahwaz, won't accept oppression" and "Clean air is our right, Ahwaz is our city.
I do not recall when my father finished his service, but I can recall that the attacks on Ahwaz and its surrounding area became unbearable which prompted my parents to move us to Tehran.
Shadegan, found in 1968 near Ahwaz, has two producing zones of 29[degrees] and 35[degrees] oils.
He noted that as of 20 Muharram , 12 offices in the Iranian provinces will start to grant visas to visitors as are granted visas currently in Tehran, as well as the cities of Mashhad and Ahwaz and Kermanshah.
The airports in question being Tehran-Mehrabad (THR), Tabriz (TBZ), the new airports for Ahwaz (AWZ) and the new Bushehr (BUZ).
Passenger occupancy rates have reached approximately 85% for flights to Istanbul from Iranian cities such as Tehran, Shiraz, Mashhad, Isfahan and Ahwaz.
Born in Ahwaz City in 1955, Salman began his activism at an early age.
Foreign airlines make flights from 32 points across the world to Iran's cities of Tehran, Shiraz, Abadan, Isfahan, Mashhad, Urmia, Rasht, Tabriz, Ahwaz, Bandar Abbas, and Kermanshah.
Farzad Esmaili, commander of the Revolutionary Guard air defense force, unveiled the Ghadir phased-array radar in Ahwaz city in southwestern Khuzestan province near the Iraq border, state television said late Saturday.
Farzad Esmaili, commander of the Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corps' (IRGC) air defense force, unveiled the Ghadir phased-array radar in Ahwaz city in southwestern Khuzestan province near the Iraq border, state television said late on Saturday.
Football fans clashed with security forces last Friday after a match between state-owned Foolad FC and Tehran's Esteghlal FCin Ahwaz, the capital of the Iranian province of Khuzestan for the second time is as many weeks, according to the National Council of Resistance in Iran, a coalition of opposition groups dominated by the Mujahedeen-e-Khalq, a group that lost much of its credibility after it was expelled from France in 1986 and moved its operations to Iraq at a time that Iraq was at war with Iran.