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Shahriari becomes 1st female Iranian football manager to join FIFA

Paria Shahriari, who headed the Beach Soccer Committee at the Iran Football Federation, becomes the first Iranian woman to join the International Federation of Association Football, FIFA.

Canada refuses to issue visa to renowned Iranian singer Homayoun Shajarian

Canada has refused to issue visas to some members of the renowned Iranian singer Homayoun Shajarian’s ensemble, Siavash, for upcoming concerts in several Canadian cities.

Interior minister assures foreigners Iran safe for tourism

The Iranian interior minister swept aside the smear campaign launched against the Islamic Republic’s security, saying the country is safe for foreign tourists.

Education minister: Iran scrambling to meet immigrants’ needs

Iran has earmarked more funds to fit the immigrant students, whose number is getting close to the one million mark, into the country’s education system, the Iranian education minister says.

Iranian interior minister denies female spectators banned from entering stadiums

Iran’s Interior Minister Ahmad Vahidi denies claims that women are not allowed to enter football stadiums in the Islamic Republic.

Meet the Iranian boy who swims, runs like the wind without legs

If you are a fan of watching motivational videos on social media, you may have encountered awe-inspiring footage and images of a young Iranian boy who swims and runs like a professional despite having lost his two legs in early childhood.

Iranian researchers design cheaper, more effective pipeline valves

Iranian researchers have designed three-stage valves for fluids pipelines that are 50 percent cheaper to manufacture and are five times quicker to shut down the flow, when there is an impact.

Uzbek tech firms welcome Iran’s scientific capabilities; cooperation to continue in the form of joint projects

A business meeting between Iranian creative and knowledge-based companies and technology firms and businessmen of Uzbekistan is underway with the aim of helping Iranian-made products enter the markets of this country and beyond in Eurasia.

Tehran’s 3-milion-strong celebrations trigger heated debate in Iran

A heated debate has been underway in the Iranian press over the holding of a massive public gathering in the capital, Tehran, attended by millions of people, to celebrate the joyous occasion of Eid al-Ghadir earlier this week.

100 Iranian-made products to be showcased in Uzbekistan; technological exchanges between two countries to expand

The Iranian vice-president for science and technology has departed Iran for Uzbekistan at the head of a delegation of Iranian knowledge-based and creative companies to expand the scientific and technological exchanges between the two countries.

Sattari: Knowledge-based, creative firms serve as a new bridge facilitating Iran-Uzbekistan tech exchanges

Iranian Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari held talks with Uzbekistan’s Minister of Innovative Development Ibrahim Abdurakhmanov, emphasizing the need for the expansion of technological exchanges between the two states by benefiting from the capacities of knowledge-based and creative companies.

Uzbekistan’s vice prime minister hosts Sattari; inter-university exchanges between Iran, Uzbekistan to witness a boost

During his visit to Uzbekistan, Vice President for Science and Technology Sorena Sattari held a meeting with Uzbekistan’s Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Investment and Foreign Trade Jamshid Kuchkarov for talks on the expansion of scientific and technological relations between the two countries.

Iranian paper: Hijab quarrel on bus linked to bigger agenda

A recent spat between two women on a bus in the Iranian capital Tehran over their hijab that turned ugly has been serving as ammo for heated debates on social media.

Regional environment ministers issue declaration, calling for tackling sandstorms

The environment ministers of regional countries have signed a declaration after a recent meeting in Tehran, calling fot countering environmental challenges including sandstorms.

Uzbekistan-Iran Science And Innovation Forum to be held in Tashkent

A high-ranking delegation of Iranian science and tech officials, accompanied by 40 knowledge-based companies, will be visiting Tashkent next week at the official invitation of Uzbekistan’s authorities as part of efforts by the two countries to take effective steps toward the development of scientific and technological cooperation.

Heated debate erupts in Iran on how to address increasing street dogs

The recent tragic deaths of two children in separate attacks by stray dogs in the Iranian city of Qom has triggered calls among the public as well as in the Iranian Parliament and City Councils for legislation on tackling the dangers of free-ranging urban dogs.

Iranians, mostly youths, sitting national university admission exam

Hundreds of thousands of Iranians, mostly youngsters, have been taking part in the national university entrance exam, a highly-competitive test that applicants need to pass to gain admission to higher education institutions in Iran.

Iran becomes 1st Mideast state to indigenize cloud seeding radar tech

For the first time in the Middle East, Iranian scientists have successfully indigenized the advanced technology used in cloud seeding radars as part of efforts to address the issue of water scarcity in the country.

“Night of Doubt” play, produced by prominent Iranian actor, banned

Just a few days after the banning of Iranian movie Leila’s Brothers, which received an accolade at the Cannes Film Festival, a play produced by Navid Mohammadzadeh, the movie’s actor, has been stopped from being performed.

Iranian schools abroad seeing significant drop in number of students

A senior Iranian education official says the number of Iranian schools in other countries has plunged from 40,000 eleven years ago to around 8,600 now.

Iranian movie Leila’s Brothers banned

The Cinema Organization of Iran has announced it will not issue a screening license to the movie Leila’s Brothers that took part in the Cannes Film Festival for violating regulations.

Report: Brain Drain from Iran has expanded to include school-aged students

Reports say the rate of migration of the elite in Iran has expanded to cover even talents in their school years. That’s what a report by Resalat Daily, affiliated with Iran’s ruling principalists, says about the problem of brain drain in Iran.

Man Shot Down after Trying to Enter Iran President’s Office with Machete

Iranian security forces have shot at and wounded a man who was trying to illegally enter the Iranian president’s office while carrying a machete and wearing a shroud.

Number of Flights over Iran’s Sky Tripled: Commander

The number of flights crossing Iran’s sky has increased by three times over the past years thanks to the country’s airspace security, said the Commander of the Iranian Army's Khatam al-Anbia Air Defence Base.

Iran to Work Closely with Ghana, Cyprus on All Fronts

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani says the country is willing to promote its relations and cooperation with Ghana and Cyprus in all economic, scientific and cultural areas.

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