But Afshin Molavi, an Iranian analyst with the liberal New American Foundation think tank here, feels that this statement was a mistake - regardless of his politics Mr Mousavi has become a symbol for Iranians seeking more freedom, argues the analyst.
No wonder both sides are fighting to the last man.
From the Supreme Leader the key thing is, which way does he go - does he offer a message of conciliation, and is that followed up by conciliatory gestures, or conversely, does he go for a very hardline message which will signal a crackdown?
This is a bitter fight for control of this country. Given the obvious and very genuine public interest in this I am publishing the findings of his report. The company told the BBC that the huge world interest in what is going on in Iran was the reason they accelerated work on the project.
Specialised — The presenters undergo a specially-designed challenge, in which they attempt to tackle something unique. She is an award-winning financial journalist and television presenter who has been covering financial news for the past seven years.
They are determined to go out there. The defeated candidate Mir Hossein Mousavi has called on all his supporters to go to the mosques to commemorate the deaths of the eight people who were killed here on Monday, shot down by the Basijis, the fierce paramilitary police.
Many fans of the show have threatened to boycott it if Clarkson left — while others insist they would stop watching if he stays. According to one campaign group, more than 20 prominent Iranian journalists and bloggers have been arrested.
Give back our votes". The show's format was refocused on elements developed in early series, a deeper work on chemistry between the presenters, while also revising the celebrity segment — as the arrangement for the 23rd series had proven to be a failure,  the segment returned to its original format, though under the title of "Star in a Reasonably Fast Car".
The first change was that the interview, conducted with Evans, was much longer, with the celebrities involved discussing what was their favourite car in a certain field and the studio audience voting on which one they preferred. Following this special, the production team worked on creating additional, feature-length specials, in which the common theme was that the presenters conducted a road trip, mainly using a series of second-hand vehicles that they put through a series of challenges along their journey.
Regardless of the set-up, the presenters' creation s will undergo a serious of challenge designed to determine how well it has been made and how well it suits its purpose. Spending 24 hours within a car, without stepping out of it any point within the time period. I was asked to undertake an investigation to establish the facts of what occurred.
Oh, and four of the set's juniors made silk in — making up for the three that became judges. Production began in mid, with the broadcaster securing the right to use Dunsfold Aerodromean airport and business park in Waverley, Surreyas the programme's fixed location — while its runways and taxiways were allocated for reviews and other films, one of the site's large aircraft hangars was transformed into Top Gear's new studio.
Comparing the practicality of two new vehicles, by operating them as taxi cabs for a night. They explained things like how to claim back VAT if you're self-employed and how to go about getting business cards.
Many are wearing black in memory of protestors killed. I have done so only after a very careful consideration of the facts and after personally meeting both Jeremy and Oisin Tymon. These reviews are conducted either on and around Top Gear's test trackor on the roads of Britain and abroad, and often focus on one car, primarily from well known car manufacturers.As presenter of World News Today Business Edition, Tanya is one of the key presenters on the BBC Business team.
Most recently she was early morning presenter on World Business Report. And prior to that was the New York presenter. Mullingar (in Irish an Muileann gCearr, ie “the mill gauchi”) is a city in the center of Ireland, 80 kilometers from Dublin.
It is the administrative center of the county of Westmeath in Ireland and is the seat of the Catholic diocese of Meath. The city had 20, inhabitants at the census, making it the largest city in Westmeath County. Getting behind the issues of trade, business and economics, Middle East Business Report provides a window on finance and commerce in the Gulf, revealing how this important economic region works.
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