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Does Kerry’s Saudi visit mean a nuclear deal is looming?

Arman-e Emrooz says Secretary Kerry’s trip to Riyadh could be both positive – a sign of Saudi approval of a final deal – or negative – a sign that Riyadh’s might seek to derail the talks.

Zionist lobby won’t allow US-Israel ties to weaken: Expert

The personal dispute between Obama and Netanyahu has prompted some to falsely believe that the US strategy has changed, says Pirooz Mojtahedzadeh.

Old locks have literally seen better days in Iran (Photos)

The old lock making craft is close to becoming history in Iran.

Financial losses claim; forgotten but not gone

Resalat daily says compensation for the losses Iran has suffered because of sanctions should be put on the negotiating table.

Western rivalry against the backdrop of nuclear talks

Arman-e Emrooz says in an opinion piece that the US is making preparations for getting into the Iranian market after Tehran and P5+1 strike a final deal.

US media try to keep Ayatollah Khamenei’s message under wraps: Flounders

American anti-war activist Sara Flounders says the enemies of Islam seek to set the stage for continued aggressions against Islamic countries.

A dream success story you don’t wanna miss

How a chance encounter has helped a villager in southern Iran set up a very lucrative business with a still brighter future ahead.

Imports, contraband inflicting damage on Iran’s economy: Leader

Today, the pressure of imports is crippling the country, and there are very peculiar figures for the inflow of contraband to the country, said the Leader.

Iran, Japan sign MoU on health cooperation

Under the MoU, Tehran and Tokyo will cooperate in areas such as treatment, education, health, medicines, and research.

Some progress made on some nuclear issues: Zarif

The two sides made headway in some issues but there is still a long way ahead before clinching the final deal, said Zarif.

Kerman police seize 512 Kg of narcotics in surprise operation

Acting on a tip-off about a haul of narcotics, in a surprise operation police seized 512 kg of opium and arrested a drug trafficker.

Israel knows Iran nuclear program is peaceful, leaked Mossad report shows

A leaked report shows that before Netanyahu's allegations against Tehran, Mossad knew that Iran was “not performing the activity necessary to produce weapons.”

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Feb. 24

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

You Are Not Any Less of a Revolutionary If You DON’T Pull Trigger

Aftab-e Yazd addresses the critics of the government by recalling a memory of the late Sadegh Tabatabai.

The image of you by Vank Cathedral sticks in my mind forever

Isfahan owes a lot to Zaven Ghokasian; without his efforts, cinema wouldn’t have survived in this Iranian city.

Mr. Kissinger! You are sowing the wind!

Sharq daily in an opinion piece censures destructive attempts by the US war hawks like Kissinger to torpedo nuclear talks with Iran.

One table and seven Western miscalculations

In an opinion piece, Kayhan daily has brought under the microscope seven miscalculations of the West at the nuclear talks with Iran.

Rainbow, a journey into light in Tehran

Rainbow is one out of 100 artworks by Germany’s Otto Piene which will be showcased in Tehran Museum of Contemporary Art for three weeks.

European concerns over Iran are groundless

What is presented in Europe about the Middle East, including Iran, is not based on reality, said the Dutch musician.

Kerman qanats up for global registration

A cultural heritage official in Kerman Province has said that Iran has submitted to UNESCO three qanats in Kerman as its nominees for the World Heritage List.

A 4,200-year-old Zoroastrian grave found in northeastern Iran

The recent finds have revealed that Persian tribes took up residence in Bojnourd at least 4,200 years ago.

All the deadlocks of Obama

Khamenei.ir analyzes in an opinion piece a possible Iran-West nuclear deal and the fact that – unlike Iran – the US would benefit from even a bad deal.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Feb. 18

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Wednesday and picked headlines from 14 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Exclusion of love from teenage literary books is alarming

Iranian teenagers find foreign novels more appealing because in spite of all limitations, they still include a trace of close relationships and examples of characters who display love and affection.

Sepandarmazgan, Persian Feast to Respect Women, Earth, Life

Iranians celebrate Sepandarmazgan in which women, the Earth and life which all have one thing in common – reproduction – are respected and praised.

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