A few days ago, a number of wild dogs seriously attacked and injured two athletes at Tehran’s Azadi Sports Complex. The two were sent to the hospital, and one of them is in critical conditions; however, the authorities and people avoided killing the aggressive animals.
The European Union’s Foreign Policy Chief Federica Mogherini in a message offered condolences to the Iranian people over the Wednesday attacks on Tehran, which has killed and wounded several people.
A Bell 205 helicopter crashed in a lake west of Tehran on Tuesday, but all crew members have survived the accident.
A bus rollover on Kerman-Rafsanjan road in southern Iran left six dead and sixteen wounded.
Copies of famous works of art, including many by prominent Western and Iranian artists, will appear next week on billboards and tableaus across the capital city of Tehran.
The head of Amol Red Crescent said that a German mountaineer had fallen while climbing Mount Damavand, but a team dispatched to the location was able to rescue him.
A Caspian Airlines passenger plane with 112 people on board has suffered a tyre burst while landing in Mashhad International Airport.
Iran’s education minister says a special budget will be allocated for the immediate reconstruction of at least 22 schools which were totally destroyed in quake-stricken areas in western Iran.
A drone reportedly used for making a documentary film was shot down in central Tehran this morning after “unintentionally” trespassing on a prohibited airspace near the house of Iran’s Leader and the President’s office, officials noted.
70 members of Iran’s Parliament have called for the impeachment of Transport Minister over the recent train collision, which killed at least 45.