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Iran Develops Bio-Sensor to Diagnose Alzheimer’s in Early Stages

A group of Iranian researchers have managed to develop a new bio-sensor to diagnose the Alzheimer’s disease in its early stages of development.

Iran to Unveil New Smart Air Defence System

An Iranian commander has highlighted the country’s self-sufficiency in defence industry, saying that the Islamic Republic will soon unveil a new smart air defence system.

Iran Sympathizes with India over Deadly Monsoon Rains

Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi has expressed regret over the deadly floods caused by monsoon rain in India, which left hundreds of people dead and missing.
Russia to Send Second Batch of Nuclear Fuel to Iran

Russia to Send Second Batch of Nuclear Fuel to Iran

Russia’s Foreign Ministry announced the country is ready to send a second batch of highly-enriched uranium to Iran.

“A Look at Chinese Cinema” in Iranian Capital

Iran hosted a three-day event during which a number of Chinese movies were screened as part of a plan to expand the two sides' cooperation in the film industry.

Dorfak Ice Cave; Amazing Source of Water for Locals

Dorfak Peak in northern Iran, with an altitude of 2,700 metres, is the roof of Gilan province and a silent volcano which is home to an amazing ice cave and a natural glacier.

Gemstone Processing; Untapped Business Opportunity for Iranians

Gemstone processing is a great area for investment, particularly in a resource-rich country like Iran. However, the country has a long way to go if it wants to use the untapped but profitable opportunity.

Officials Join Social Media Campaign against Nepotism in Iran

Several Iranian officials have responded to the social media campaign #Where_Is_Your_Child, which aims to shed light on nepotism that some believe plagues the country and is partly to blame for rampant corruption and mismanagement.

Iran Slams Disrespect for Islamic Headscarves at Tbilisi Airport

Iran’s Foreign Ministry Spokesman Bahram Qassemi says the country has lodged its strong protest with Georgia over the problems which some Iranian passengers faced at Tbilisi airport.

Saudi Tourists Flocking to Turkey’s Shops amid Lira Plunge

Tourists from Saudi Arabia and other regional countries are flocking to high-end shops in Turkey, as a historic plunge in the value of the country’s national currency has made prices extremely affordable for foreigners.

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