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No Men in the Village during Varf Chal: Locals Mark 600-Year-Old Ceremony

Every spring, people in Ab-e Ask, a village near the city of Amol in the northern province of Mazandaran, host a 600-year-old ceremony called "Varf Chal", literally translated as "snow storing".

Untold Stories about the Iranian Silk Road Ultra-Marathon

The Iranian Silk Road Ultra-Marathon will start on 2 May in the hottest spot on Earth. Some of the world’s fastest marathon runners will be in attendance. It will be held in Kerman Province from May 2-9 with runners from ten different countries.

Iranian People Break Record Number of Women MPs

Iran’s 10th Parliament will break the Islamic Republic’s all-time record of women in the legislative body, with 17 female candidates elected in the February 26 (round one) and April 29 (run-off) polls.

Iran’s Interior Ministry Backs Off from Plainclothes Morality Police Plan

Deputy Interior Minister for Security Affairs Hossein Zolfaqari announced that a recent plan for using 7,000 plainclothes forces as morality police has been revised,...

Gergiev, Top International Conductor, Invites Rahbari to Conduct St. Petersburg Orchestra

As reported by Tasnim, and translated by IFP, Valery Gergiev, the world-renowned conductor who is directly supported by Vladimir Putin, officially invited Ali Rahbari...

German Firms Dissatisfied with Merkel’s Stance on Iran

German businesspeople seem to be dissatisfied with German Chancellor Angela Merkel’s hard line on Iran because of Tehran’s anti-Israel stances, and expect Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel to enhance mutual cooperation with Iran in his Monday visit.

Illegal Hunter to Collect Rubbish Instead of a Jail Sentence

A court in Bukan in West Azarbaijan Province has condemned an offending hunter to clean and tidy the environment, instead of a jail sentence.

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on May 1

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Sunday and picked headlines from 22 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Stuttgart Art Exhibit Explores Changing Life in Iran

An art show underway at IFA Gallery in the German city of Stuttgart explores many aspects of changing life in Iran, the Institute for Foreign Relations (Institut für Auslandsbeziehungen – IFA) has announced.

Tehran Saudi Embassy Attackers Are in Prison: Minister

Iran’s Minister of Culture and Islamic Guidance Ali Jannati reaffirmed the immunity of diplomatic missions in Iran, and announced that the culprits behind a recent attack on the Saudi embassy in Tehran have been imprisoned.

Independent MPs Will Play Vital Role in Forming Parliament Majority

A couple of reports published by Tabnak news website state that the reformists and the conservatives have gained the same number of seats in the Iranian parliament, which means that independents will play a great role in determining the next parliament’s majority.

Iran Getting Close to South Korea Rather than North

Ahead of the Sunday visit by the South Korean president to Iran, a comment published by Asr-e Iran hails the official visit, and describes it as an outcome of the nuclear deal.

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on Apr. 30

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 22 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

An American’s Adventure in the Streets of Tehran

Rob Jackson is 29 and from Manhattan. He travels in an unusual way – he is not in a rush to visit a whole country. Instead, he to picks a single important city and explores it from to top to bottom in three to four days. IFP translates an ISNA report on his experiences in Tehran.

A Look at Iranian Newspaper Front Pages on Apr. 28

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of Iranian newspapers on Thursday and picked headlines from 16 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Local People Kill ISIS Rapist in Mosul

A group of civilians in the Iraqi city of Mosul killed a terrorist who had raped a woman in the ISIS-held city in north of the country.

Health Tourism: Iran Able to Make $7bn Out of Mud

Seyed Ali Riyaz, an Iranian dentist, believes that the Islamic Republic has a great potential to attract health tourists and cab make as much...

Health up for Sale in Beauty Salons

Jam-e Jam newspaper reports on the boom of health and beauty services in unlicensed beauty salons in Iran – words translated by IFP.   The extreme...

A Canola Farm in Bloom

Canola, a variant of rapeseed, is one of the most important oilseeds grown in temperate regions.

Iran Artists Forum signs MoU with Austrian counterpart

Iran Artists Forum signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Austrian House of Artists in a bid to promote cultural and artistic cooperation at the international level.

Ahmadinejad’s Office Reacts to Accusations over US Seizure of Iranian Assets

The office of Iran’s ex-president has reacted to the recent criticisms against Ahmadinejad’s government over the mistakes that have allegedly led to a recent US court ruling to seize Iran’s assets.

“I’ll Come Back Again as a Tourist” – Zuma Falls in Love with Isfahan

Jacob Zuma, South Africa’s President, said, “After I leave Iran, I’ll surely come back and travel to Isfahan as a tourist. My recommendation to people is to not to ignore Isfahan as a tourist destination.”

US Seizure of Iran’s Assets is “Blatant Theft”: President Rouhani

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani lashed out at a recent US court ruling to confiscate nearly $2bn of Iran’s property, calling it a clear example of theft and a big legal scandal, and stressing that no one can encroach upon the rights of the Iranian nation.

Unbeatable “Buddy’s” Fish Kebabs

The fish kebabs are covered with onion and tomatoes. The smell wafts across the lake. The food in this part of the world is unbeatable.

Mountain Hiking in Iran is Both Attractive and Cheap: Mountaineer

“Many people are fond of Iran’s mountains, but still there are many others who don’t know how they can get there. They don’t even know that a journey to Iran’s mountains is much cheaper than many other countries.”

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