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January 5, 1992 | Associated Press
The western Iranian town of Qasr Shirin and several surrounding villages were buried Saturday in their first snow in 22 years, Tehran radio reported. The report, monitored in Nicosia, said up to 33 inches of snow blanketed the region. Frosted palm trees, a sight rarely seen, fascinated residents, it said.
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January 5, 1992 | Associated Press
The western Iranian town of Qasr Shirin and several surrounding villages were buried Saturday in their first snow in 22 years, Tehran radio reported. The report, monitored in Nicosia, said up to 33 inches of snow blanketed the region. Frosted palm trees, a sight rarely seen, fascinated residents, it said.
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August 30, 1985 | Associated Press
Iran's official news agency said that 50-m.p.h. winds uprooted trees and cut power lines in Ahwaz, capital of the southern oil province of Khuzistan. Meanwhile, snow fell at Maigoon, 25 miles northeast of Tehran--unprecedented weather for August. Rain flooded streets in the northern outskirts of Tehran.
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August 30, 1985 | Associated Press
Iran's official news agency said that 50-m.p.h. winds uprooted trees and cut power lines in Ahwaz, capital of the southern oil province of Khuzistan. Meanwhile, snow fell at Maigoon, 25 miles northeast of Tehran--unprecedented weather for August. Rain flooded streets in the northern outskirts of Tehran.
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May 24, 2009 | Sebastian Rotella
Determined to die as martyrs, the French and Belgian militants bought hiking boots and thermal underwear and journeyed to the wilds of Waziristan. After getting ripped off in Turkey and staggering through waist-deep snow in Iran, the little band arrived in Al Qaeda's lair in Pakistan last year, ready for a triumphant reception.
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