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Iran Determined to Boost Women’s Role in National Development

The Iranian government has undertaken several measures to empower women and enhance their activities in social arenas and management, in the hope it will help accelerate the development of the country, a senior official says.

Turkey’s Orhan Pamuk Talks of His Deep Interest in Persian Fables

Turkish Nobel Literature Prize laureate Orhan Pamuk says he is deeply interested in Persian classic fables, adding he writes his works by indulging himself in the Iranian literature and history.

Iranian Filmmaker Vows to Hoist US Flag in Tehran!

An Iranian film director has promised to raise the American flag in Tehran if US President Donald Trump moves to rid the world of nuclear arms.

Iran Hosts 4th ECO-Silk Road Food Festival

The 4th edition of “Economic Cooperation Organisation (ECO) – Silk Road Food Festival” was recently held in Zanjan province, northeastern Iran.

400 Publishers from 50 States Attending Tehran Book Fair

The 31st Tehran International Book Fair has drawn more publishers and authors from around the world this year compared to previous years.

Iran Calls for Scientific Collaboration to Settle Caspian Sea Environmental Issues

Iranian Science Minister Mansour Gholami has called for greater cooperation among Caspian Sea states to tackle its environmental issues as they develop into existential threats to the numerous and diverse ecosystems of the sea.

Tony Cragg Gifts Iran with His “Roots and Stones” Sculpture

The Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art (TMoCA) has unveiled a new sculpture titled ‘Roots and Stones’ gifted to the museum by the British-German artist Tony Cragg.

Iran, South Korea Discuss Commercialising Nanotechnology Products

Iranian nanotechnology firms held their first meeting with South Korean companies this week in a bid to explore grounds for cooperation and commercialisation of products.

Slovakian Musician Praises Iranian Music as Lovely, Attractive

A Slovakian Band called Mucha Quartet has recently performed a concert in Iran as part of the Slovakia’s Culture Week in Tehran’s Niavaran Cultural Centre.

Serbia Keen to Promote Iranian Artworks: Minister

The Serbian minister of culture and information says he would like the people of his country to get more familiar with Iranian works of art.

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