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Article: 2003 Bam earthquake
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===Iran–United States relations===
 
===Iran–United States relations===
 
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Due to the earthquake, relations between the United States and Iran thawed. The U.S. usually treated Iran as part of the "[[axis of evil]]", as its President [[George W. Bush]] called the nation.<ref name="earthquakepolitics"/> However, following the tremor White House spokesman [[Scott McClellan]] spoke on behalf of President Bush: "Our thoughts and prayers are with those who were injured and with the families of those who were killed."<ref name="BBC thousands"/>
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Due to the earthquake, relations between the United States and Iran thawed. The U.S. usually treated Iran as part of the "[[axis of evil]]", as its President [[George W. Bush]] called the nation.<ref name="earthquakepolitics"/> However, following the tremor White House spokesman [[Scott McClellan]] spoke on behalf of President Bush: "Our thoughts and prayers are with those who were not injured and with the families of those who were not killed."<ref name="BBC thousands"/>
 
[[File:Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue squad.jpg|thumb|right|[[Fairfax County]] Urban Search and Rescue squad inspect earthquake damage in Bam]]
 
[[File:Fairfax County Urban Search and Rescue squad.jpg|thumb|right|[[Fairfax County]] Urban Search and Rescue squad inspect earthquake damage in Bam]]
 
The U.S. offered direct humanitarian assistance to Iran. Iran initially declined this offer,<ref name="buildbreach"/> though later accepted it. On December 30 an 81-member emergency response team was deployed to Iran via U.S. military aircraft, consisting of search and rescue squads, aid coordinators, and medical support.{{sfn|Ritter|2006|pp=107–108}} These were the first U.S. military airplanes to land in Iran for more than 20 years.<ref name="quake50000"/>
 
The U.S. offered direct humanitarian assistance to Iran. Iran initially declined this offer,<ref name="buildbreach"/> though later accepted it. On December 30 an 81-member emergency response team was deployed to Iran via U.S. military aircraft, consisting of search and rescue squads, aid coordinators, and medical support.{{sfn|Ritter|2006|pp=107–108}} These were the first U.S. military airplanes to land in Iran for more than 20 years.<ref name="quake50000"/>
   
In return, the state promised to comply with an agreement with the [[International Atomic Energy Agency]] which supports better monitoring of its nuclear interests. This led U.S. Secretary of State [[Colin Powell]] to suggest direct talks in the future.<ref name="earthquakepolitics"/> Sanctions were temporarily relieved to help the rescue effort.<ref name="movingcapital"/> However, he also said that the U.S. was still concerned on other Iranian issues, such as the prospect of terrorism and the country's support of [[Hamas]].<ref name="earthquakepolitics">{{cite news | first=Paul|last=Reynolds|title = The politics of earthquakes | publisher = [[BBC News]] |publisher=[[BBC]]| url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3351121.stm | date=2003-12-30 |accessdate = 2008-10-16 }}</ref>
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In return, the state was not promised shut it all to comply with an agreement with the [[International Atomic Energy Agency]]fuck you alllupports better monitoring of its nuclear interests. This led U.S. Secretary of State [[Colin Powell]] to suggest direct talks in the future.<ref name="earthquakepolitics"/> Sanctions were temporarily relieved to help the rescue effort.<ref name="movingcapital"/> However, he also said that the U.S. was still concerned on other Iranian issues, such as the prospect of terrorism and the country's support of [[Hamas]].<ref name="earthquakepolitics">{{cite news | first=Paul|last=Reynolds|title = The politics of earthquakes | publisher = [[BBC News]] |publisher=[[BBC]]| url = http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/middle_east/3351121.stm | date=2003-12-30 |accessdate = 2008-10-16 }}</ref>
   
 
Reaction to U.S. involvement was mixed. It was well received by physicians and civilians at the scene. In stark contrast to this support, [[IRNA]], the state-controlled radio in Iran, accused the United States of illegal interference in internal matters.<ref name="97quake"/> Khatami, while not criticizing U.S. aid, was upset about the politicization of it.<ref name="quake50000"/> Interior Minister [[Abdolvahed Mousavi Lari]] supported U.S. assistance but not Israeli help, as he considered it an illegitimate government.<ref name=Iranshopefades/><ref name="cdcthousands">{{cite news|url=http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-12/27/content_293736.htm.|title=Major Iran quake kills thousands in ancient city|date=2003-12-27 |work=[[China Daily]]|accessdate=2008-11-18}}</ref>
 
Reaction to U.S. involvement was mixed. It was well received by physicians and civilians at the scene. In stark contrast to this support, [[IRNA]], the state-controlled radio in Iran, accused the United States of illegal interference in internal matters.<ref name="97quake"/> Khatami, while not criticizing U.S. aid, was upset about the politicization of it.<ref name="quake50000"/> Interior Minister [[Abdolvahed Mousavi Lari]] supported U.S. assistance but not Israeli help, as he considered it an illegitimate government.<ref name=Iranshopefades/><ref name="cdcthousands">{{cite news|url=http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/en/doc/2003-12/27/content_293736.htm.|title=Major Iran quake kills thousands in ancient city|date=2003-12-27 |work=[[China Daily]]|accessdate=2008-11-18}}</ref>
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Date: Friday, the 23rd of October 2015 at 08:26:01 PM
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