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‘Fish and Cat’ bags NETPAC

An Iranian movie which has already earned a number of awards at different film festivals was awarded at the Iranian Film Festival Australia 2014.

Iran has refuted the claim that it denied four British MPs a visit to Iran

Reports that Iran has stopped four British parliamentarians from paying a visit to Tehran are baseless.

Iran rejects US think tank claim on nuclear activities

Iran has not breached the terms of the November 2013 interim nuclear deal.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Nov. 9

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

Iran director Gharibpour to perform Sa’adi puppet opera

Behrouz Gharibpour plans to take a new puppet opera show about the life story of Persian poet Sa’adi to the stage for the 2015 Fajr Theater Festival.

Iran animation ‘Hard Dream’ wins at Noor film festival

The Hard Dream, an animation by Iranian director Behrouz Bagheri, was awarded at the 7th Annual Noor Iranian Film Festival (NIFF) in Los Angeles.

Government intervention in media runs counter to principles of sustainable security: Iranian Minister

Ali Jannati says commitment to the truth and independence in decision-making without factional bias constitute the much sought-after freedom of the press.

No medium seeks unconditional freedom: Deputy Minister

Responsible freedom in releasing news is what Iranian media are after; the motto picked with their help reflects this fact.

Two libraries, mobile and immobile, pursue one goal: book reading

Different plans in northeastern Iran to promote the culture of book reading in remote areas with little access to libraries.

Iran to continue uranium enrichment: Iranian top negotiator

Nuclear talks will focus on the level and capacity of uranium enrichment; Iran will carry on enrichment as it was agreed on by both sides.

Sanctions failed to yield intended results: Iran’s FM

Iran's Mohammad Javad Zarif says that sanctions against Iran have not produced good results for the imposing countries.

Abr Jungle of Shahrood; a dream of walking on clouds

Cloud Forest, a spectacular natural site in Shahrood, could be a good holiday destination for those who need a change of scenery.

UNESCO to put Shush on World Heritage List

The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has plans to place Shush, an ancient Iranian city, on the 2015 World Heritage List.

Two Persian leopards have been fitted with GPS tracking neckbands

GPS tracking neckbands help Iranian animal experts get a better understanding of Persian leopards in mountainous regions of the country.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Nov. 8

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Saturday and picked headlines from 15 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Germany Hopeful about Iran-P5+1 Final Deal by Nov. 24

German Foreign Ministry Spokesman Martin Schaefer highlighted his country’s sheer determination and hope to clinch a final deal with Iran by a November 24 deadline.

Iran’s Sarakhs Trade Zone Welcomes Foreign Investment

Sarakhs Zone is ready to accept and cooperate with foreign investors who are willing to take part in the Zone's trade, economic and industrial activities.

Russia: Iran, P5+1 determined to reach nuclear deal

Russia says that Iran and the P5+1 are determined to arrive at a final nuclear deal by November 24.

Iranian libraries among ‘1001 libraries to see before one dies’

Two historical libraries of Iran appeared on the list of must-see libraries of the world.

Iran poster enters top list of World Food Day contest

A poster by a 10-year-old Iranian boy secured a berth on the finalists’ list of the 2014 World Food Day Poster Contest.

Indonesia hosts Iranian cultural programs in Jakarta

Iranian art works, traditional costumes, calligraphy and paintings are on display in an Iranian festival of culture and arts in Jakarta.

In Photos: Wildlife Sanctuaries of Iran’s Khorasan Razavi

Khorasan Razavi Province, in northeastern Iran, is home to a mountain of natural attractions including conservation areas, wildlife sanctuaries, and a national park.

Humans took up residence in what is Iran today some 230,000 years ago

Darband Caves in Gilan Province with archeological finds as old as the Paleolithic Era can unravel the mystery surrounding early cave dwellers in Iran.

Art for Humanity WFP Exhibition opens in Tehran

The Art for Humanity WFP Exhibition opened in Tehran with the UN expressing hope that it could effectively deal with the global hunger challenge.

The last moderate standing

President Rouhani might be the last moderate president who rides in the vehicle of words; a chance which shouldn’t be blown.

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