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Iran Cabinet Orders Flood Damage Recovery

The Iranian cabinet ordered the organizations in charge to recover the damage that a recent flooding inflicted on vast areas of western and southwestern provinces.

Bam Citadel to Reopen to Public after 13 Years

The world’s largest adobe building is beginning to recover some of its past glory after the reconstruction of central citadel, which is planned to be reopened to the public.

Kurdish Artist Buries His Sculpture of Renowned Poet

An Iranian-Kurdish sculptor buried a statue he had made of a famous Kurdish poet, after municipal officials refused to install it in the western...
Morteza Pashaei

Tehran bids tearful farewell to pop singer Morteza Pashaei

A big, tearful funeral procession is held in Tehran for the famed Iranian musician, composer and pop singer, Morteza Pashaei.

Interview: Postgraduate Due to Marry a Man Condemned to Death

Elham’s love story took place in a prison. When she went to visit her brother in prison, she fell in love with a boy who is soon to be executed for murder.

Quake Jolts Southern Province of Bushehr

An earthquake measuring 4.0 degrees on the Richter scale jolted the southern province of Bushehr early Tuesday.

People in Flood-Hit Khuzestan Province in Southwestern Iran

After the heavy rainfall and flood that recently hit several Iranian provinces including Khuzestan in Iran’s southwest, people in these areas are struggling to...

Smugglers in Afghanistan Use Catapult to Get Drugs over Iran’s Borders

Alireza Jazini, a senior Iranian anti-narcotics official, confirmed that a catapult has recently been used by drug traffickers on Iran’s eastern borders to hurl illicit drugs into Iranian territory.
Twin sisters

Twin sisters, joined at heart and liver, are born in Shiraz (photos)

The conjoined twins should live stuck together for at least a year before they can live two separate lives.
Iran Health minister acid attacks

Health minister comments on victims of recent acid attacks

The Iranian health minister says government supports the victims of recent acid attacks in Isfahan.

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