IFP Editorial Staff
The IFP Editorial Staff is composed of dozens of skilled journalists, news-writers, and analysts whose works are edited and published by experienced editors specialized in Iran News. The editor of each IFP Service is responsible for the report published by the Iran Front Page (IFP) news website, and can be contacted through the ways mentioned in the "IFP Editorial Staff" section.
Two historical libraries of Iran appeared on the list of must-see libraries of the world.
A poster by a 10-year-old Iranian boy secured a berth on the finalists’ list of the 2014 World Food Day Poster Contest.
Iranian art works, traditional costumes, calligraphy and paintings are on display in an Iranian festival of culture and arts in Jakarta.
Khorasan Razavi Province, in northeastern Iran, is home to a mountain of natural attractions including conservation areas, wildlife sanctuaries, and a national park.
Darband Caves in Gilan Province with archeological finds as old as the Paleolithic Era can unravel the mystery surrounding early cave dwellers in Iran.
Iranian artists contribute to the efforts of the United Nations food agency to take on global hunger.
A polo match is held in Isfahan to prompt UNESCO to register the sport in Iran’s name.
Mahmoud Farshchian, a household name in Iranian painting, says nationality plays no role in the way people treat arts.
A principlist expert says talks with the US and P5+1 won't result in the outcome Iran favors.
Iranian children to draw paintings to show disability is no limit.
An analytical look at Iranian newspaper coverage of nuclear talks with P5+1.
Rica, a male leopard who has undergone unprecedented dental surgery in Iran, is doing great.
An expert says given the country’s medical potential Iranian officials should do more to secure the inflow of cash via medical tourists.
Sa’dabad Palace, which now serves as a museum, is to host an exhibition of paintings by self-taught artists.
Supreme Leader is doing well after undergoing prostate surgery.