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Among classic Persian poets, there are none who have given as much richness to the nation’s language and literature as Ferdowsi has. His place...
Habib Adbollahi, a young war veteran wounded by Takfiri terrorists in Syria back in early January, says he used to congratulate others on “War Veterans Day”, but now he has become one of them.
Mahdi Pazooki, an Iranian professor and economic expert, referred to freedom as the best means for countering corruption, and stressed that anti-corruption efforts would be futile without transparency and freedom of information.
Alireza Jazini, a senior Iranian anti-narcotics official, confirmed that a catapult has recently been used by drug traffickers on Iran’s eastern borders to hurl illicit drugs into Iranian territory.
The migrant crisis facing Europe continues, with little end in sight, despite various pledges, schemes and commitments from governments, NGOs and civil society. Greece,...
International Migratory Bird Day is an event held since 2006 by two international wildlife organizations: The Convention on the Conservation of Migratory Species of...
Reformists, independents, and conservatives each claim to have 168, 140, and 181 seats, respectively, in next Iranian parliament. Do they?
Woman against Woman is a curious title for a photography exhibition which remakes great painters’ works, such as those of Picasso, Lucian Freud, Rembrandt,...
Iran’s representatives at the recent World Summit on the Information Society (WSIS) briefed the participants on the latest achievements of Iran’s information technology, including moves to develop Persian language software infrastructure and a national e-mail service.
In an editorial in Kayhan newspaper, Hossein Shariatmadari argues that Iranian officials should shut the strategic Straits of Hormuz, a major route for the transit of oil tankers from the Middle East, as a response to a recent US court ruling that confiscated nearly $2bn of Iran’s frozen assets.
Eight years ago Kiarostami broke the record for the most expensive photo in the Middle East with a snowy scene. Although he is known to the world for his unique cinema and varied movies, he manages to expose a different side of himself through his photography.
Speaker of Iran’s Parliament Ali Larijani referred to the “US robbery” of Iranian assets, and called on the Foreign Ministry to seriously pursue the issue in the International Court of Arbitration.
Iranian Foreign Ministry Spokesman Hossein Jaberi Ansari announced that the results of legal investigations into the issue of Iranian assets confiscated by the US...
The Secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council, Ali Shamkhani, gave a statement about the recent conflict in the Syrian town of Khan Touman, which led to the death of several Iranian advisors, and stressed that Tehran and its allies will react appropriately to terrorists.
Mohammad Hossein Saffar Harandi, an Iranian politician who served as the Minister of Culture from 2005 to 2009, says the Leader of the Islamic Revolution, Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, reads English journals directly, without any Farsi translation.
Mohammad Reza Tabesh, a senior reformist figure in the Iranian Parliament, announced that 167 members-elect have joined the “Faction of Hope” in the next parliament, which is due to start work within a month, as reported by IRNA and translated by IFP.