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A vast area in South Khorasan is under cultivation and the barberry crop is expected to grow this year.
An Afghan analyst has said that a decision by the US and Russia to deconflict any overlapping airstrikes in Syria indicates that the two sides may have reached an agreement over the future of Syria.
The nuclear deal does not guarantee the termination of sanctions, nor does it offer any assurances that the country's achievements will be safeguarded, the daily argues.
The Statue of Penelope unearthed in Persepolis along with its three Roman counterparts is on display at the Iranian National Museum.
A former Iranian ambassador to Oman has said that the Islamic Republic should act vigilantly in dealing with the deadly stampede in Saudi Arabia.
Without resort to war, the issue of Israel will be settled by the residents of the Palestinian territories in the next 25 years, Shirmardi predicted.
Aftab-e Yazd daily has said in an opinion piece that Iran is not the only reason behind misunderstandings surrounding the Iran nuclear deal and the unprecedented confrontational attitude of the US Congress toward President Obama.
Farshchian’s works have always been the most significant gifts I’ve ever offered to officials from other countries, Foreign Minister Zarif said during the unveiling ceremony.
Sadegh Zibakalam, an Iranian political analyst, has said that unaccountability is a problem bigger than sanctions for Iran, adding that the country should learn lessons from other nations on fixing the economy.
The exhibition is a valuable cultural initiative to promote peace and to counter war and violence, Abbas Araghchi, a deputy foreign minister, said.
The widespread availability of wind has made it possible for Iranians in desert areas to use the windmills.
Azimi says he found it too challenging to put up with the difficult conditions at first, but with every passing day, he got better at using his toes to write and draw.
An Iranian presidential advisor has said that the assets FM Zarif tapped into to successfully conclude a nuclear deal with P5+1 had been accumulated during Jalili's stewardship of the talks.
"What is wrong with a defendant or their attorney saying that the ruling issued in the case is not fair?" Motahari asked in the letter.