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Find out more about what daily life is really like in modern Iran. This section looks at the diversity and breadth of everything going on in the country, from food and fashion to celebrities and celebrations.

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Clash of Clans at a place of rest

Clash of Clans, a mobile video game, has turned into a good recipe for Tehran’s coffeehouses to absorb more customers.
Charity begins at the environment

Charity begins at the environment

A bottle cap-collecting campaign in Tabriz helps both the environment and disabled people.
Sepandarmazgan

One single feast to respect women, earth, life

Iranians celebrate Sepandarmazgan in which women, the Earth and life which all have one thing in common – reproduction – are respected and praised.
Nowrooz-Bazar

When the going gets soft, people go shopping

Iran’s economy is improving and one of its signs is people’s shopping excursions before the New Year.
Ayatollah Hashemi Rafsanjani

Individual actions have no place in the world

The Chairman of the Expediency Council has said in a message to an International Brand Strategy Conference that Iran’s dignity is closely interwoven with the quality products it makes at home or sends abroad.
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I feel extremely comfortable and totally safe in Iran: female Norwegian diplomat

Iran is a fascinating country; the Iranian people are extremely friendly and hospitable and such matters help me feel at home in Iran, said the Norwegian ambassador to Iran.
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Students shave heads in sympathy with teacher (Photos)

Students in a school in Hamadan, western Iran, have shaved their heads to show sympathy with their teacher who is terminally ill.
Hassan Hazer Moshar

He did not lose his life, life lost him

Hassan Hazer Moshar, a self-taught artist who took up art at the age 70 after he came out of a coma, has passed away.
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Seminary official and students weigh in on a TV series about clerics

Seminary students lead a simple and unassuming life. Unfortunately, the younger generation only knows clerics through TV.
Abbas Kiarostami

The world needs justice-based peace, not temporary ceasefire

Abbas Kiarostami, a famed Iranian filmmaker, is told by those fighting on battlefields about what happened during the Iraq-Iran war which touched the lives of so many people.

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