An Iranian MP says the government is to present a bill to the Parliament whose ratification will lead to the removal of divorce details from women’s identity documents.
A new cigarette is being sold in the Iranian capital of Tehran, the paper of which is made from edible gold leaf. Sold for $315 a pack, these luxury products have gained huge popularity in the capital city among the rich.
Iranian legislators have passed a motion to hand out narcotics to drug addicts to help them give up their addiction.
An Iranian official says a dangerous type of illicit drug is being smuggled into the country from a number of European states.
Iran’s culture minister says a confrontational approach will be ineffective in dealing with social networks and cyberspace in the country.
The speaker of Iran’s Parliament says the fight against illicit drug trafficking requires coherent and serious international efforts.
One of the victims of a 2014 acid attack in Iran’s Isfahan, who was preparing to stand her last chance and undergo an extensive surgery in the US city of Boston, has expressed the hope to regain her sight and meet President Hassan Rouhani.
Saman Arastoo, an Iranian actor and director, was born a woman, but he soon found out that he is very different from his peers.
A Muslim seminary student has talked a young girl out of committing suicide in Tabriz, a city in northwestern Iran.
An anti-drug official says all Iranian men doing their military services are required to pass compulsory training courses on addiction prevention; otherwise, their military service completion certificate will not be issued.