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Kal Sardar Canyon in the eastern Iranian province of South Khorasan in the heart of desert is among the country’s astonishing natural tourist attractions and home to an exceptional phenomenon where one can experience a 10-degree difference in water temperature in the same river basin.
An Iranian researcher says he has managed to prevent the growth of breast cancer cells by producing a drug containing species of a plant genus commonly known as spurge.
Iranian Deputy Foreign Minister for Arab and African Affairs Hossein Jaberi Ansari and United Nations Special Envoy for Syria Staffan de Mistura have conferred on latest Syrian developments.
Iran’s hospital in Mecca, launched by the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) a couple of years ago, has been providing various medical services for pilgrims during the Hajj season.
An Iranian MP says Tel Aviv is scared of the growing power of Iran-backed Hezbollah forces, and is thus trying to use Russia as a buffer between Iran and the occupied territories.
Iranian media on Saturday celebrated the country’s biggest credit line deal in recent years with South Korea’s Eximbank, saying it marked a new opening in attracting foreign investment.
Sheikh Abdel Amir Qabalan, the head of the Supreme Islamic Shiite Council (SISC) of Lebanon, says Iran is a chain that links Muslim societies together.
Grand Mufti of Lebanon Sheikh Abdul Latif Derian has harshly criticized Islamic countries for their silence over the Israeli regime’s inhumane attacks on the innocent people of Palestine.
Iranian newspapers on Saturday widely covered the hunger strike of Mahdi Karroubi, one of the two Iran-based opposition leaders, who finally resumed eating after President Rouhani gave positive responses to his demands.