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Iran’s ex-ambassador to Baku: Israel fueling tension between Azerbaijan and Armenia
Iran’s former ambassador to the Republic of Azerbaijan says Israel is covertly and indirectly encouraging Baku to play a negative role in the region.
Nowruz tourists at Eram Garden and Hafizieh in Iran’s Shiraz
The historical city of Shiraz in southern Iran is hosting huge numbers of visitors during the Nowruz holidays.
Iran’s Kish Island: Pearl of Persian Gulf
During New Year holidays, tens of thousands of Iranians are visiting Kish Island, a beautiful tourist resort that sits off the country’s southern coast in the Persian Gulf.
Iran FM due in Russia on Wed. for high-level talks
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian is set to pay an official visit to Moscow for talks with senior Russian officials on issues of mutual interests.
FM: Iran to invite Saudi King Salman for official visit
The Iranian foreign minister says Tehran is set to submit an invitation for Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud to visit the Islamic Republic in the future, following a reconciliation agreement between the two Middle East powers.
Iran condemns Danish group’s sacrilegious move to insult holy Quran
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Nasser Kanaani has strongly condemned a Danish extremist group’s sacrilegious move to once again insult the holy Quran, especially during the fasting month of Ramadan.
Iran’s Kharrazi says his recent visit to Syria and Lebanon was coordinated with Foreign Ministry
Head of Iran's Foreign Policy Strategic Council Kamal Kharrazi says his recent visit to Lebanon and Syria was made in coordination with the Iranian Foreign Ministry.
Iranian president: Any criticism of government must be fair
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi has urged his critics inside Iran to let the country move ahead without making pointless criticisms of the state of the affairs.
Iranian security chief: Iran and Qatar must watch out for plot to divide them
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council has warned of a conspiracy by extra-regional players to cause divisions between Iran and Qatar by taking advantage of the recent events.
Former Iranian official criticizes proposed heavy fine for hijab rule violation
Iran’s former communications minister has criticized a parliamentary motion which would impose a fine of up to 3 billion tomans (roughly 60 thousand dollars) for women’s failure to observe the Islamic veil (hijab).
Iranian and Russian FMs to meet in Moscow soon
Iranian Foreign Minister Hossein Amirabdollahian says he will meet with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, in Moscow soon.
Iran’s special envoy: Shia Muslims in good interaction with Taliban
Iran’s Special Envoy for Afghanistan Hassan Kazemi Qomi says Shia Afghans are interacting with the Taliban rulers of their country positively.
Keeyow Lake, a natural marvel in Khorramabad, western Iran
Keeyow Lake is a natural lake in the northwest of the city of Khorramabas in Iran’s Lorestan Province. The lake covers an area of 7 hectares and it is 3 to 7 meters deep. There are an amusement park and other recreational facilities next to Keeyow Lake.
Iran police chief: 470 dead so far in road accidents during Nowruz holidays
Iran’s Police Chief Brigadier General Ahmadreza Radan says 470 people have so far lost their lives due to vehicle accidents amid a sharp rise in road trips countrywide during Nowruz holidays.
Iran tourism: Amazing Naaz Islands in Persian Gulf
Among the unique tourist attractions of southern Iran are Naaz Islands, a pair of tidal islands in the Persian Gulf, off the coast of the country’s Qeshm Island.
Historical Hydraulic System in Iran’s ancient Shushtar
Located in Iran’s southwestern province of Khuzestan, the Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System is a wondrous complex irrigation system from the ancient Sassani era.
Iranians join world people to mark Earth Hour 2023
Iranians mark Earth Hour 2023, an annual event organized by the World Wide Fund for Nature asking people worldwide to “go dark” for an hour in support of efforts to save energy and raise awareness for environmental issues and climate change.
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.