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  • 1389 20 997 . PAIVAND Vol. 17 Issue 997 Friday March 11, 201151 51

    NATO forces seize rockets from Iran in AfghanistanNATO forces in Afghanistan have seized 48 Iranian-made rockets intended to aid the Talibans spring battle campaign, the most powerful illicit weapons ever intercepted en route from the neighboring state, officials said Wednesday.The shipment is seen as a serious escalation in Irans state support of the Taliban insurgency, according to NATO officials and described in detail by an international intelligence official.Its also an escalation in the proxy war Western officials say Iran is waging against U.S. and other Western forces in Afghanistan, as Washington continues to lobby for tougher international sanctions against Tehran to dissuade it from its alleged goal of building nuclear weapons.The intercepted 122-millimeter rockets can be fired up to 13 miles (22 kilometers) away from a target, and explode in a burst up to 80 feet (25 meters) wide double that of the previous 107-millimeter rockets provided by Iran to the Taliban since 2006, the intelligence official said. The official spoke on condition of anonymity to discuss classified matters.The rockets, which were shown to an Associated Press reporter, were machined without Iranian markings or any serial numbers, but the official says their technical details match other Iranian models. So far, there is no evidence that the 122-

    millimeter rockets have been used in Afghanistan, though the Taliban has sometimes used Chinese- and Russian-made rockets of the same range in the fight here, harvested from the multiple weapons caches around the country from Afghanistans decades of civil war.Iran, which was a staunch opponent of the Taliban when it ruled Afghanistan before the U.S.-led invasion triggered by the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, has denied allegations that it is supporting militants in the wartorn country.British and Afghan troops captured the 48 rockets, which were being transported in a three-truck convoy, and 1,000 rounds of ammunition on Feb. 5 in southern Nimruz, near the Iranian and Pakistani borders, according to British officials.Mark Sedwill, NATOs senior civilian representative to Afghanistan, said the rockets represent a step-change in the lethal impact of weaponry infiltrating Afghanistan from Iran.British Foreign Secretary William Hague said they were sent by Iran and intended to provide the Taliban with the capability to kill Afghan and ISAF (International Security Assistance Force) soldiers from significant range.Hague said Britains ambassador to Iran Simon Gass who will soon replace Sedwill as the NATO envoy in Afghanistan had raised the

    discovery of the haul with the Iranian foreign ministry.In a separate development, the intelligence official said a high-level Afghan Taliban leader had traveled to Iran in the past two weeks to meet with a top Iranian Revolutionary Guards Quds Force leader to ask for more powerful weapons to attack Afghan and NATO troops in the spring and summer fighting season.An intelligence tip led to the rocket interception, according to the international intelligence official. The logistics of the shipment were arranged by a Taliban facilitator who is based in Iran, the official added.The seizure follows more than a year of fierce NATO operations against Taliban networks, with the highest number of special operations forces raids in Afghanistan ever, targeting Taliban safe houses, weapons caches and bomb-building factories.In the 90 days before March 4, coalition forces launched more than 1600 operations and killed or captured about 350 insurgent leaders, NATO said Wednesday. They also captured over 1800, and killed around 500 lower-level insurgents. In that time, NATO raids found some 1,005 weapons caches, severely depleting the Talibans weapons supply.In the alleged meeting with the Quds Force, the Taliban leader is believed to have asked the Iranians to provide more

    shoulder-fired anti-aircraft missile systems, such as the two Iran provided in 2007, which were used against one British and one U.S. Chinook helicopter, the official said. But Iran has not provided such weapons since, sticking to the smaller 107-millimeter rockets, C4 plastic explosives that have been used in some improvised explosive devices here, rocket-propelled grenades, and small arms like AK47 assault rifles, the official said.In all, NATO troops seized 48 warheads, 49 fuses, and 49 rocket mortars during the Feb. 5 raid on the convoy. The drivers of the three vehicles resisted arrest and were killed. One of the three vehicles caught fire during the operation and burned up, making it hard to determine what that vehicle was carrying.The official said the rockets increased range means they are less accurate and more likely to cause civilian casualties in heavily populated areas like Kandahar City the expected focus of the southern Taliban fighting campaign as the insurgents try to take back parts of Kandahar and Helmand provinces lost to NATO forces over the past year.The United Nations said Wednesday that civilian deaths related to the conflict in Afghanistan spiked in 2010 and that insurgents are responsible for the increase and the overwhelming majority of the killings.

    World powers press Iran to cooperate with IAEA

    (AFP) World powers urged Iran to cooperate with the UN atomic watchdog Wednesday, otherwise it could soon face further censure for blocking the investigation into its controversial nuclear drive.We call on Iran to cooperate fully with the (International Atomic Energy) Agency, the so-caled P5+1 grouping said in their first joint statement to the IAEAs board of governors in two years.The P5+1 comprises the five permanent members of the UN Security Council -- Britain, China, France, Russia, the United States -- plus Germany.It is talking with the Islamic republic to allay fears over its nuclear programme, which Tehran insists is entirely peaceful, but which the West believes masks a covert weapons programme.The last time the six powers issued a joint statement to the IAEAs 35-member board of governors was in March 2009.Since then, the group has held two rounds of talks with Tehran, in Geneva in December and in Istanbul in January, but which produced no concrete breakthrough in the long-running standoff.We came to Geneva and Istanbul with a constructive spirit and proposed in Istanbul several practical ideas aimed at building confidence and to facilitate the engagement of a constructive dialogue with

    Iran on the basis of reciprocity and step-by-step approach, said Russian governor Grigory Berdennikov on behalf of the P5+1 at an ongoing IAEA meeting at its Vienna headquarters.While no substantive result was reached in Istanbul, we look to Iran to engage in future in a similarly constructive spirit, Berdennikov said.We remain ready to participate actively in the process with Iran. We expect Iran to demonstrate a pragmatic attitude and to respond positively to our proposal and to our openness toward dialogue and negotiations. The door remains open, he said.On Monday, IAEA director general Yukiya Amano had complained that Iran was not providing the necessary cooperation and, in particular, was stonewalling questions about alleged weaponsiation studies.

    In a statement on behalf of the 27-nation EU, Hungary expressed serious concern about Irans refusal the so-called alleged studies since August 2008.Hungary suggested that it might be helpful if (Amano) could provide the board with a comprehensive analysis on possible military dimensions to Irans nuclear programme.In his latest report on Iran, the director general had revealed that the IAEA was in possession of new information that the weaponisation work -- including uranium conversion, high explosives testing and the adaptation of a ballistic missile cone to carry a nuclear warhead -- may have gone on beyond 2004, which is more recently than initially thought.So far, Iran has dismissed the evidence as fabricated, but refused to discuss the matter any further.In his own statement to the

    board Wednesday, Iranian ambassador Ali Asghar Soltanieh took a simliar line.The US and the EU have once again repeated the unfounded assertion questioning the exclusive peaceful nature of our nuclear activities without presenting any authenticated evidence, Soltanieh complained.In response to the P5+1 statement, the Iranian ambassador said Iran is fully prepared to continue negotiations for coooperation on common elements with the P5+1 (and) is ready to start negotiations as soon as P5+1 is ready.I advise the group to seize this unique opportunity to change the gear from confrontation to cooperation and to come to negotiating table without further delay. The door is still open, Soltanieh said.His US counterpart, Glyn Davies, warned that Iran could soon find itself censured by the IAEA board of governors if it continued to block the IAEA investigation.For this board, the decision was made to let the report and let the words of the members of the board of governors speak for themselves, rather than to run a resolution at this stage, Davies told reporters on the sidelines of the meeting.Well see what happens in June. The last resolution we ran was in late 2009. But I can see that time coming very quickly when we may need to do that again in order to even more formally underscore our concern about the Iranian case, he said.

    US: Iran moving to threshold of making atom bomb

    AP- A senior U.S. government official says Iran is moving toward the threshold of being able to build a nuclear weapon, but Tehrans leaders may be divided over whether to take the final step and actually make one.State Department special adviser Robert Einhorn told a conference Wednesday that Iran is seeking at a minimum to have the option of building

    a nuclear weapon. Einhorn said Iran may not have made the political decision to build one and that the country is not close to a breakout of being able to construct one in a short time.Einhorn said the international sanctions against Iran adopted last year are already taking a big toll against the country, but so far Iran has not shown a willingness to negotiate seriously.

    Iran forces fire tear gas at protesters

    (AFP) Iranian security forces fired tear gas at anti-government protesters as they tried to hold a demonstration in Tehran on Tuesday, the opposition website Kaleme.com reported.Security forces blocked the roads to Enghelab (Revolution) Square (in central Tehran) and fired tear gas at people several times as they tried to stage anti-government demonstrations, the website said.Kalame.com reported heavy security force deployments in several of Tehrans main squares.Foreign media have been banned from on-the-spot reporting of any unauthorised gatherings.The reports of the demonstration came after Kaleme.com said that opposition leader Mir Hossein Mousavi and his wife Zahra Rahnavard were at their home and not in jail as it had previously reported.In recent days it has become evident to Kaleme.com that Mrs Rahnavard and Mr Mousavi... are under house arrest and so the news of their transfer from their home to a detention centre needs to be corrected and we apologise to our readers, the website said.The website of Irans other main opposition leader Mehdi Karroubi said it had no new information about his whereabouts but believed he had been taken into custody.Unfortunately until this moment we have no information on the situation of Mehdi Karroubi and (his wife) Fatemeh Karroubi, his Sahamnews.org website said.According to strong evidence, we believe he is not at home and has been transferred to an unknown location, it added, saying it had spoken to one of his relatives.

    Kaleme.com stressed that Mousavi and his wife remained under house arrest, a sanction it described as unethical and illegal.Given the complete cutting off of their communications with the outside world... it does indeed constitute house arrest, something which so far no one in the judiciary has officially acknowledged, the website said.Earlier on Tuesday, Tehran prosecutor Abbas Jafari Dolatabadi reiterated that both couples were in their homes, dismissing previous claims by their websites that they had been moved to a prison.The media should pay attention to what the Tehran prosecutor is saying. The claims of these people are sheer lies and they are at their homes with their wives, the Fars news agency quoted Dolatabadi as saying.Reports that the two opposition leaders and their wives were under complete house arrest first emerged after their supporters held anti-government protests on February 14, the first in a year.Mousavi and Karroubi, who both stood unsuccessfully against hardline President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad in a 2009 election they say was rigged, strongly oppose his government and have guided a series of protests against him.The Coordination Council of the Green Path of Hope, an umbrella group backing the two leaders, had called for fresh protests on Tuesday to mark International Womens Day.Since February 14, there have been two further attempts to hold protests -- on February 20 and on March 1. Both were met with a massive security force deployment in the capital.

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    Maple Leaf Tartan made official symbol of Canada

    Vancouver Sun- The Canadian government has pre-empted a Liberal senators crusade to have Maple Leaf Tartan declared the countrys official Scottish cloth, announcing Wednesday that the distinctive green-and-red pattern inspired by the shifting hues of autumn leaves has not only been made the national tartan but also an official symbol of the nation itself.The designation means the tartan designed in 1964 by Toronto garment maker David Weiser ahead of Canadas centennial celebrations will join the flag, the coat of arms, the beaver and a handful of other objects as state-sanctioned emblems of Canada, according to a statement issued by Heritage Minister James Moore.The Maple Leaf Tartan has been worn proudly and enjoyed by Canadians for decades, but has never been elevated to the level of an official symbol

    until now, said Moore. Our national symbols express our identity and define our history. The Maple Leaf Tartan represents the contributions that the more than four million Canadians of Scottish heritage continue to make to our country.The Conservative governments declaration comes less than a week after Liberal Senator Elizabeth Hubley, of P.E.I., gave a speech urging support for her proposed legislation, Bill S-226, to make Maple Leaf Tartan the official national tartan.The Maple Leaf Tartan has been Canadas unofficial national tartan for many years, she said last Thursday. It is time to recognize the rich contribution Canadians of Scottish descent have made to this country by adopting a national tartan for Canada, which can be worn by every Canadian, regardless of their ancestry, as a symbol of national pride.

    Hubleys office initially expressed shock at Wednesdays announcement. And in comments to Postmedia News following the governments statement, Hubley pointed to eerie similarities between Moores declaration and her own expressions of support for the Maple Leaf Tartan last week in the Senate.I am pleased the government has been listening, she said. And if you read the wording of the press release, there are eerie similarities to my second-reading speech from last Thursday.She also raised doubts about whether a simple announcement from the government had the weight of legislation duly passed by Parliament to declare the Maple Leaf Tartan an official emblem of Canada. A press release from a cabinet minister is not sufficient to create a national symbol.Wednesdays announcement by the government made no mention of Hubleys bill, but included comments from Conservative Senator John Wallace, of New Brunswick, who recently spearheaded an effort to have the government formally recognize April 6 as National Tartan Day.The tartan is one of the most

    visual expressions of Scottish heritage and culture, Wallace said in Wednesdays statement. Making the Maple Leaf Tartan an official symbol of Canada highlights the many significant contributions that people of Scottish heritage have made to the founding of Canada.While the Maple Leaf Tartan appears to have become an unexpected symbol of political partisanship, both the Liberals and Conservatives do have legitimate prior claims to being champions of the patriotic plaid.In 2006, former Liberal MP John Matheson a key player in the political battle that led to the adoption of Canadas Maple Leaf flag in 1965 urged that the government adopt a national tartan as a readily recognized signal to be displayed by Canadians of all ethnic stripes to show that they care about a united Canada.

    In 2008, Multiculturalism Minister Jason Kenney (who has since added immigration to his cabinet portfolio) announced that he had officially registered the Maple Leaf Tartan with the Scottish Tartan Authority in Edinburgh to secure exclusive rights for the pattern for the Canadian government.The Government of Canada recognizes the many ways in which Scottish culture and tradition have contributed to the strength of our communities, Kenney said at the time. Scottish tartans are a wonderful symbol of cohesion: each plaid, with its blend of different colours and patterns represents a family, a region, an organization, or a nation.In 2006, after Matheson had launched his campaign for a national tartan, the Globe and Mail reported that documents released under Access to Information showed federal Heritage officials were giving the proposal serious consideration.One memo noted that Weisers Maple Leaf Tartan had been greeted with wide acclaim in the 1960s and was already considered an unofficial national tartan by many Canadians.Briefing notes indicated that the use of tartan by non-Scottish or Celtic peoples has dramatically expanded around the world and reflected a more multicultural reality.But the documents also contained a caution that the notion of a national tartan might have little resonance with Canadas multicultural communities, given its traditional association with Scottish and British heritage.According to the website of Canadian Heritage, 11 of the 13 provinces and territories have their own official tartans, while Quebec has popular design that is widely though unofficially used to symbolize the province. Nunavut is not mentioned on the site.The Canadian government also recognizes the maple tree as the countrys national arboreal emblem, the beaver as its official animal symbol and red and white as Canadas official colours.

    Cards now appear to be stacked against Vancouver casino expansion

    Globe and Mail- Supporters and opponents of casino expansion in Vancouver both say they believe the tide has suddenly turned against the proposal in the wake of a raucous first night of public hearings Monday that drew hundreds.That has both sides working feverishly to influence the continuing public hearings in what now appears likely to be a much more unpredictable decision from city councillors about whether to allow Paragon Gaming to triple the size of its current casino.All of a sudden its totally changed. I see there is a shift and, yes, it makes me more concerned than I was in November, said a despondent-sounding Jean Van Vliet, president of the Canadian Auto Workers local that represents the current casinos 600 workers. Now all these people are jumping on the bandwagon to oppose this.Ms. Van Vliet, one of the 150-plus speakers left waiting for a turn at the microphone at the end of Mondays 3 1/2-hour meeting, said shell be fighting to remind everyone that if a casino expansion isnt approved, the existing casino and its jobs could disappear.Its a do or die type of situation now. [Paragon Gaming owners] have said point blank that theyre not in the business of hotels, theyre in the business of casinos, said Ms. Van Vliet.On the other side, a leader of the opposition to the expansion said that he is determined to prove that theres no need for existing casino jobs to be lost.

    People felt badly Monday night with some of the stories of the employees that they were hearing, said Sean Bickerton, who helped found the Vancouver Not Vegas group that has mobilized a very vocal opposition movement in just a few weeks. What weve tried to convey is that we are not against their jobs.When its his turn to speak at the hearings, Mr. Bickerton said he plans to offer an economic analysis to show that a new casino the same size as Paragons existing Edgewater facility could do just fine.I dont believe theyve made a solid business case. They say its profitable. If so, why would anyone want to shut that down?Hes encouraged in his fight by what he believes is a sea change in attitude among city councillors.When we began our fight, we were told this [expansion] was a done deal. But in the first night, the councillors were asking very tough, probing questions that hadnt been asked previously.

    He thinks thats a sign of the decision to come.Theyve got the entire city and people from every walk of life in this weird coalition. That gives them the cover they need to do the right thing.Paragon CEO Scott Menke said the company has no plans to give up on a casino in Vancouver if the expansion isnt approved. But, he said, he has spent four years trying to get an approval to move across the street and expand. Mr. Menke, however, made it clear Monday night that his company will not proceed with the current hotel plans if expansion is rejected.If council turns that down, the company will have nowhere to go immediately after its current lease expires in 2013.Those kinds of arguments along with even more debates about projected revenues, about problem gambling, about job gains or losses, and more are expected to take up at least another two nights of the hearings next week. It is not clear when councillors will make their decision.

    B.C. drivers head to Point Roberts for gas bargains

    CTV- Traffic at the border crossing from B.C. to Point Roberts has increased by 20 per cent in recent months as travellers head south for bargains on gas and groceries.Allan Sharp at Dylans Shell Station says he sees plenty of Canadian visitors.The majority of our customers are Canadian, and we love them, he said.Canadians are guzzling up gas at prices well below Metro Vancouvers average price of $1.30 or more per litre.Most stations set their prices

    at $1.06 a litre on Tuesday, but Can-Am offered fuel at just 99 cents.And Canadians arent just buying gas; everything from fresh muffins and coffee to pizza is flying off the shelves at Point Roberts businesses.At the International Market, a four-litre jug of milk is priced at $3.19, about $1.30 cheaper than at Safeway in Metro Vancouver. A bottle of Yellowtail Chardonnary sells for just $7.99, about $5 less than it would in B.C.

    Beer prices set to rise as barley supplies tighten

    CTV- There may be a tear in your beer this time next year.Dismal harvests for barley are set to drive up the price of malt, analysts say, and that will likely translate into more expensive brews at your local pub and beer store.Canada is the worlds largest barley exporter, but a wet growing season in the West last summer resulted in a poor harvest. Meanwhile, massive flooding wiped out much of the barley crop in Australia, the worlds second-largest supplier.While both countries managed to produce a harvest, much of the grain has been unsuitable to turn into malt, the barley product thats used in beer.Exporters expect the shortfall in the barley supply will last

    until at least the fall, and that will cause beer prices to foam up by next year.The good news is that most of the biggest North American brewers have contracts with the Canadian Wheat Board, the monopoly seller of Western Canadas malt barley. So their prices are already locked in for a while.But analysts say barley prices are unlikely to ease soon, meaning that even if the big brewers can absorb the higher prices this year, they may not be able to next year.(Crop) prices will stay very high probably much of 2012, Michael Micovcin, Great Western Brewings chief executives, told Reuters.Ultimately, it will be passed on to the consumer, no question.

    Homeless patients cost hospitals more: study

    CTV- Homeless patients cost hospitals an extra $2,500 each, often because there is no place to send them after theyve been treated, a new study suggests.That results in homeless patients staying in hospital much longer than other patients, the study found.The study was written by Dr. Stephen Hwang, a physician at St. Michaels Hospital in Toronto.His team looked at how long nearly 3,100 homeless patients stayed at St. Mikes over a five-year period. They then compared them to about 90,000 patients from the general population, making adjustments for age, severity of illness, and other factors.The team found that the average cost of a hospital stay among patients in the study was $13,500. Yet the homeless cost an average of $2,559 more than other patients.The study is published in the March issue of Medical Care.Hwangs team found that

    homeless people often stay in hospital after they no longer need acute care because they are not well enough to return to a homeless shelter or the shelter is unable to receive them.Other times, they need to stay in hospital while they wait to be discharged to another health care institution such as rehabilitation or long-term care facility. Homeless people with psychiatric problems often have higher hospital costs too, probably because the severity of their illness when theyre admitted is usually higher, Hwang said.James Weaver, a co-author of the study, noted that the extra $2,500 for hospitalizing a homeless person is almost the same figure as that found in the only other study on the topic, conducted in New York City in 1998.Not only do homeless people cost more when they are hospitalized, they tend to be hospitalized more often.

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