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March, 17, 1971 A.D.:
17 Pahlavi Dissidents executed

The Siahkal Uprising was a guerrilla operation against Pahlavi regime organized by Organization of Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas that happened near Siahkal town in Gilan on February 8, 1971, widely viewed as the turning point in the leftist armed struggle against the Iranian dictator Mohammad Re... Read Full Article:


March, 17, 1981 A.D.:
Amirentezam Charged With Espionage

Court hearings started on March, 17, 1981 for Abbas Amirentezam who was charged with espionage.Abbas Amirentezam was the spokesman and Deputy Prime Minister in the Interim Cabinet of Mehdi Bazargan after the Islamic Revolution in 1979.He was born from a Jewish father and later converted to Islam and... Read Full Article:


March, 17, 2000 A.D.:
US Official Admits Role In 1953 Coup

(Wikipedia) - In a speech on March 17, 2000 before the American Iranian Council on the relaxation of U.S. sanctions against Iran, Secretary of State Madeleine Albright said: "In 1953, the United States played a significant role in orchestrating the overthrow of Iran's popular Prime Minister, Mohamma... Read Full Article:


March, 17, 2004 A.D.:
Tehran Monorail Project Started

(Wikipedia) - Despite overwhelming criticism of the project, a project to build the first phase of Tehran Monorail officially began on March 17, 2004. Phase one comprised of a 6 km line with six stations: Sadeghiyeh Square, Tehran Metro (Green line), Apadana Complex, West Tehran Bus Terminal, Azadi ... Read Full Article:

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