An Egyptian court has issued a final ruling rejecting a controversial government plan to transfer two uninhabited Red Sea islands to Saudi Arabia, prompting cheers in the Cairo courtroom but potentially deepening tensions with the country’s erstwhile financial backer.
A’Design Competition, the world’s most important contest in the fields of architecture and designing, has introduced 2016 top countries based on the number of designers that have been granted with the A' Design Award.
A group of ISIS militants have stormed into a religious school in Deh Bala area in eastern Nangarhar province of Afghanistan, and kidnapped 13 seminary teachers, local officials said.
IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 18 them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Well-known French newspaper Le Monde has presented Ayatollah Sistani, one of the most important Shiite religious leaders, as a man whose absence will leave a massive void in the crisis-hit Iraq.
While Saudi muftis have referred to cinema as a harmful and evil phenomenon, a senior Iranian cleric says cinema is the best means to attract audiences and promote divine values and Islamic teachings.
At least 32 people have reportedly died in the crash of a Turkish cargo plane near the airport in the Kyrgyz capital, Bishkek.
Winter snow has covered all the trees, lakes, plains, and mountains near the city of Urmia in northwestern Iran.
An Austrian caver has published the map of Burnik, the longest cave of Tehran, in an Austrian caving guidebook.
Iranian MPs have shown mixed reactions to the recent JCPOA Joint Commission meeting on January 10. Some of them have pointed to new obligations imposed on Iran, and some referred to the US retreatment from its previous positions.