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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.

Iranian Athlete Struggles to Become a Champion Once Again

Sara Abdolmaleki, a former champion in women’s rugby, was seriously injured in a car crash in early 2016, but she wants to rejoin professional sports in the near future.

Iran Is the Paradise on Earth: Indian-Japanese Tourist Couple

Having travelled to 13 countries, a Japanese woman and an Indian man refer to Iran as the best tourist destination and the paradise of earth.

Thanksgiving in Iran: People Thank for Blessing of Pomegranate Harvest

People in a Western Iranian village annually hold a type of thanksgiving ceremony for the blessing of pomegranate harvest in the preceding year.

Stonebreaker Mother; Breadwinner of Her Children[:es]Conozca a la “Mejor Madre” del año

Maryam Nasiri is an Iranian "exemplary mother" who used to break stones to make Halal money for her children.[:es]Maryam Nazirí es una "madre ejemplar" iraní que se dedica a romper piedras para llevar dinero a casa para sus hijos, dinero halal (lícito).

Iranian Man Finds a Bag with over $800,000, Returns It to Owner[:es] Un iraní...

An Iranian army commando from 35th Commando Brigade based in Iran's western province of Kermanshah returned a missing bag containing $837,000 to its owner.[:es]Un militar de la 35ª brigada de Comando de Irán occidental con base en la provincia de Kermanshah encontró una bolsa que contenía, 837.000 dólares y la devolvió al propietario.

Iran Shut Downs 700 Dating Websites

Iranian Cyber Police has closed 700 dating websites, Iranian media reported on Monday, October 10.

Karate Champion in Uniform of Street Sweepers

Yadollah Javanian is an Iranian street sweeper who has won national karate medal and speaks English fluently.

Use of Telegram Banned in Iran’s Government Offices

Abdul-Samad Khoramabadi, an Iranian judiciary official, said the state-run institutions that make use of Telegram in their administrative affairs will be indicted for breaking...

Only 3 Students in a School in Northern Iran

A school in northern Iran has rung in the new academic year with only three students.

Iran’s First Online Census Gets into High Gear

Iranians have begun taking part in the country’s first national online census, with one official saying general response on the first day was “unprecedented”.

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