An Iranian filmmaker says the ongoing air pollution in big cities of Iran could be avoided if people and officials read more books.
[:es]La versión en persa del libro ¿Quién mató al Che? ha sido presentada en Irán con motivo del Día Nacional de la Lucha contra la Arrogancia Mundial.
Several Iranian religious and political figures have gathered to discuss the plots hatched by enemies to make inroads into Iran, particularly after the recent nuclear deal.
I’ll Definitely Learn Persian Language: Serbian Culture Minister[:es]Ministro de Cultura serbio: “Por fin voy...
In a visit to Iran’s booth in Belgrade Book Fair, Serbian Minister of Culture and Information Vladan Vukosavljevic said he is interested in learning Persian language.[:es]En una visita al stand de Irán en Belgrado Feria del Libro, el Ministro serbio de Cultura e Información Vladan Vukosavljevic dijo que está interesado en aprender la lengua persa
During the recent Frankfurt Book Fair, the Iranian story-telling tradition known as ‘Naghali’ was presented to the visitors by Iranian female Naghals.
Iran has unveiled a satire book about the nuclear talks it had with world powers.
The Iranian Association of Female Historical Researchers recently introduced the book Concerns of an Iranian Woman in World War II, which is focused on a female surgeon in Iran during the Second World War.
Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has written a short comment to praise the Iranian teen book “Tintin and Sinbad”, which deals with the story of the western adventurer and reporter Tintin and the Middle Eastern sailor Sinbad.
In a ceremony held on Sunday, July 3, in the central Iranian city of Qom, the world’s largest and most valuable Quran was unveiled.
To mark the “Day of Revealing American Human Rights” in Iran, the Iranian Judiciary’s Human Rights Council released a book on the human rights conditions of the US within the past year, an official announced.