Iran's state of terror

Sancton, Thomas; Beyer, Lisa
November 1996
Time International (South Pacific Edition);11/18/96, Issue 47, p74
Focuses on Tehran-backed political violence which has left more than 1,000 dead since the Shah was toppled by Islamic fundamentalists in 1979. How Iran scoffs at the litany of charges against it; Specifics on an assassination at Berlin's Mykonos restaurant in 1992 and the subsequent trial; How Iranian leaders administer an international terror network. INSETS: A stick-and-carrot quandary, by Thomas Sancton;The tentacles of terror, by Thomas Sancton.


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