The Iranian-developed computer game aimed at educating gamers on morality is intended for the hearing-impaired.
Expressing gratitude to Pope Francis for his firm position on abusive cartoons in the French magazine, Younesi said the move was not only an insult to Islam but to all divine prophets.
Youngsters with a university degree can assume the responsibility of teaching literacy to the illiterate in Khuzestan Province in their free time and get paid in return.
The southern city of Shushtar has played host to a third show of thoroughbred Arabian horses in the presence of international judges.
Carlos Queiroz has said that he is very proud of the way Iran’s football team played the game and the way they fought against Iraq in the quarterfinals of the 2015 AFC Asian Cup.
Iran lost to Iraq in the AFC Asian Cup quarter-finals on penalties, failing to break a 39-year drought after winning three successive tournaments from 1968 to 1976.
Islamic Revolution Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has addressed the young generations in Europe and North America.
The Supreme Leader has praised Iranian athletes for their spiritual resistance and insistence on promoting religious values during the sporting events.
The director of the Environment Protection Organization says that worsening drought conditions threaten the future of Iran, the region and the entire world.
The Iranian parliament (Majlis) speaker says those insulting the holy Prophet of Islam are playing with fire, as Muslims will surely react to any irreverence to their most respected figure.