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Ali Younesi

“Tehran Attacks Aimed at Undermining Iran’s Sunni Community”

An Iranian official says the recent terror attacks in Tehran were aimed at tarnishing the image of Sunni Muslims in the country.
Mohammad Pakpour

“Shiite, Sunni Muslims No Different to ISIS Terrorists”

An Iranian military commander says the ISIS terrorist group does not distinguish between Shiite and Sunni Muslims in its brutal crimes.

Iran Qualifies for FIFA World Cup 2018

Iran’s national football team defeated Uzbekistan to become the second team in the world to book a place in FIFA World Cup 2018 in Russia.
Iranian Actress Awarded at Brooklyn Film Festival

Iranian Actress Awarded at Brooklyn Film Festival

Golab Adineh, a well-known Iranian actress, has been selected as the Best Female Actor at the latest edition of Brooklyn Film Festival for her appearance in the film ‘The Sis’.
Arab Rulers’ Academic Degrees

Arab Rulers’ Academic Degrees, Majors at a Glance

With only a few days to the end of the academic year in most countries, we have taken a glance at the academic degrees Arab rulers hold, their level of education and field of study.

Free Treatment for Child Whose Photo Went Viral after Tehran Attacks

Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education, Seyyed Hassan Qazizadeh Hashemi, has ordered officials to make arrangements for free treatment of a child boy, whose photo taken in the Parliament amid Tehran terrorist attacks grabbed the headlines across the world.
Thousands of Flamingos Delay Migration from Lake Urmia

Thousands of Flamingos Delay Migration from Lake Urmia

Some 10,000 flamingos that migrated to Urmia Lake months ago have delayed flying off to their next destination due to favorable weather and environmental conditions around the lake, as well as adequate food supply.

Mansourian Sisters: From Wushu Champions to Real-Life Heroines

Three hardworking Iranian sisters have, in a live TV show, recounted the story of the hardships they experienced in life to achieve their present status, to turn into real-life heroines in the eyes of the Iranian people.

Crimean-Congo Fever under Full Control in Iran: Minister

Iran’s Minister of Health and Medical Education says the Crimean-Congo haemorrhagic fever (CCHF) is now under control in the country.
ISIS Kills Woman Who Fought Illiteracy in Villages

ISIS Kills Woman Who Fought Illiteracy in Villages

The Wednesday’s terrorist attacks in Iran’s capital, Tehran, can no longer be viewed as a blind murder after investigation revealed that one of the victims of the attacks was a woman teacher who worked hard to eradicate illiteracy in the Iranian rural society.

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