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Iran in grip of new Covid wave, 24 killed, red cities on rise

Official figures say the number of red cities in Iran in terms of risk from the Covid pandemic has increased from 10 to 13.

Milad Tower, a tourist destination in NW Tehran

Nowruz has long been associated with traveling in Iran. During the New Year holidays, Tehran, as the busiest city in Iran, becomes secluded as citizens travel.

Tourists flood Iran’s historical city of Tabriz during Nowruz holidays

As Iranians are spending New Year holidays, many people from across the country visit the historical city of Tabriz, a favorite tourist hub in East Azarbaijan Province.

Afghan migrants in Iran join traditional wrestling tournament in Qom

Afghan nationals residing in Iran have gathered in the city of Qom, south of Tehran, from across the country to join a traditional wrestling competition.

Tourists visit Qajar-era Khosro-Abad Mansion in Iran’s Sanandaj

Amid Nowruz holidays, many tourists visit the Khosro-Abad Mansion, a magnificent historical building in the western Iranian city of Sanandaj, Kordestan Province.

Iran’s Advisory Center: We have upper hand in retaliating US raids in Syria

Iran’s Military Advisory Center in Syria warns the American occupiers of a stinging response to any attack against Iranian bases and forces deployed to the Arab country on a counter-terrorism mission.

Iran rejects UK, Israel claims over “nuclear threat”

The spokesman for the Iranian Ministry of Foreign Affairs has rejected as irony claims by Britain and Israel over quote threats posed by Tehran's nuclear work.

Nowruz visitors at Takht-e-Jamshid، Iran’s Fars Province

The historical monument of Takht-e-Jamshid, which dates back to the Achaemenid era, hosts many tourists and travelers during this year’s Nowruz holidays.

Police: Daily car accidents kill 40 during Nowruz in Iran

A traffic police official says 40 people are being killed on average each day in Iran during the Nowruz holidays. General Kamal Hadianfar said the number of Nowruz trips has increased by 11 percent compared to last year.

Dozens injured as Iran’s Khoy struck by magnitude 5.6 earthquake again

A magnitude 5.6 earthquake has jolted the northwestern Iranian city of Khoy, which has been hit by several tremors over the past few months.

Makran Beach, A Magical Attraction in Iran’s Sistan and Balouchestan Province

The gorgeous beach of Makran with a 541-kilometer coastline has more than 700 recreational, tourist, ancient, historical and sight-seeing spots.

Iranian MP warns Azerbaijan over ties with Zionist regime

The deputy of the Iranian parliament speaker has warned the Republic of Azerbaijan against ties with the Zionist regime at the expense of relations with neighbors.

Iran welcomes GCC take on Tehran-Riyadh deal, rejects role in Yemen

The spokesman for the Iranian foreign ministry has welcomed the support of the Persian Gulf Cooperation Council foreign ministers for the recent Iran-Saudi normalisation agreement.

Tourists visit magnificent Qajar-era Ghavam mansion in Iran’s Shiraz

The Iranian southern city of Shiraz has always been a favorite tourist destination during Persian New Year holidays.

Iran’s deputy FM meets with senior E3 diplomats in Oslo

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister and top nuclear negotiator Ali Bagheri Kani says he held talks with senior diplomats from France, Germany and Britain, known as the E3, on a variety of topics.

Majestic Sa’adabad Complex, a tourist attraction in Iranian capital

During Nowruz holidays in Iran, many make a visit to the majestic Sa’dabad Complex, located in the northern part of Tehran adjacent to the Alborz mountain range.

Iran’s Qeshm Island hosting large numbers of tourists in Nowruz

The Iranian island of Qeshm, the largest of its kind in the Persian Gulf, is hosting large numbers of tourists during Persian New Year, or Nowruz, holidays.

Iran, Saudi Arabia foreign ministers talk on phone, call for expansion of ties

Iranian and Saudi foreign ministers hold a phone conversation and agree to meet each other at the earliest.

Iranian deputy FM says Tehran seeks peace and stability, urges Armenia-Azerbaijan to talk

Iran’s Deputy Foreign Minister for Political Affairs says Tehran favors lasting peace in the Caucuses region, following the resurgence of tensions between Armenia and Azerbaijan Republic. 

Iranian official meets with Syrian president in Damascus

Head of Iran’s Strategic Foreign Relations Council Kamal Kharrazi holds a meeting with Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in Damascus for talks on issues of the two countries’ mutual interest.

Iranian foreign minister says to meet Saudi counterpart soon

Iranian Foreign Minister Affairs Hossein Amirabdollahian says he will soon meet his Saudi counterpart, following the rapprochement deal between the two countries.

325 dead so far in car accidents during Nowruz trips across Iran: Police

A senior Iranian traffic police official says 325 people have so far lost their lives in road accidents during New Year trips across Iran since mid-March.

UAE says Iran-Saudi agreement benefiting whole region

The foreign minister of the United Arab Emirates has welcomed the recent Iran-Saudi rapprochement deal, saying it is beneficial to the region.

Iran says ready for nuclear cooperation with Saudi Arabia

The director of the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran says the country will definitely engage in nuclear cooperation with Saudi Arabia.

Iran increases range of Bavar missile shield from 150km to over 300km

The commander of the Iranian Army’s air defense says its Bavar-373 missile shield’s range has been increased from 150 kilometers to above 300 kilometers.

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