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Iran defeat Qatar 1-0 to secure a place in Asian Cup quarter-finals

The National Iranian soccer team defeated Qatar 1-0 on Thursday to secure a place in the Asian Cup quarter-finals.

Imprinted leather, one of the latest findings in the Burnt City

If future excavations confirm the assumptions of archeologists, the theory about the shrinking and final annihilation of the Burnt City should be fully revised.

Russia’s diplomatic gamesmanship

Aftab-e Yazd, a reformist daily, looks into reasons why the Russian deputy foreign minister has come to Tehran two days before the resumption of nuclear talks.

Iran’s classic cars receive registration documents

A considerable number of the country's 15,000 classic cars have either been scrapped or taken out of the country.

Mr. Rouhani, admit that you don’t know the US

Dariush Sajjadi, a reformist blogger, challenges Rouhani’s call for a referendum, saying people’s direct vote will do little to make a breakthrough nuclear deal a reality.

Interaction, independence and dignity are our ideals

Seyyed Reza Akrami, a statesman, elaborates on President Rouhani’s comments that our ideals are not tied to centrifuges.

What is the president concerned about?

A former Iranian ambassador to the UN elaborates on the problems the Rouhani government faces and the reasons why the president is concerned.

He did not lose his life, life lost him

Hassan Hazer Moshar, a self-taught artist who took up art at the age 70 after he came out of a coma, has passed away.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Jan. 4

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

Mr. Obama, please elaborate!

How a principlist daily reacts to President Obama’s Iran comments in an interview with NPR in late December.

Iranian translator Roshan Vaziri has died at 81

Roshan Vaziri, an Iranian translator of Polish literary works, has lost her battle against a brain tumor.

Expert calls Obama’s Iran remarks realistic

Mehdi Motaharnia says President Obama’s recent comments on Iran shows he is a realistic, pragmatic, and visionary leader.

Happy New Year

The staff at IFP would like to wish you a great, blissful, healthy, and extremely happy New Year 2015.

A dress with a message of peace and solidarity with the world

An Iranian dress designer makes a traditional dress to be a representative of Iranian culture in the Asian Cup 2015.

Foreign direct investment in South Asia

Iran, the fifth country in the region in terms of foreign investment absorption, stands a good chance of attracting more capital from abroad.

The wrinkled Mona Lisa on display in a Tehran gallery

Wrinkles are not a reflection of death, annihilation; rather they are a sure sign of life. They represent aging which is still beautiful.

Principlists and the Ahmadinejad paradox

Sadegh Zibakalam, a prominent professor of political science, weighs in on whether Ahmadinejad will make a political comeback.

Bam Citadel in photos, 11 years after killer earthquake

The historical Bam Citadel in photos eleven years after the 2003 earthquake.

Iranian children shine in Bulgarian Painting Contest

A number of Iranian children were awarded at the Bulgarian painting competition entitled “Music and Devotional Dances”.

Stolen Iranian antiques returned from Belgium

Following a Belgian court ruling, 349 Iranian artifacts dating back millennia have been sent back to Iran.

Winter in Khalkhal-Asalem region in Iran in photos

Winter has created scenic views in Khalkhal-Asalem region, northern Iran.

Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System in photos

Shushtar Historical Hydraulic System, which is a collection of dams, tunnels, ancillary canals and watermills in Shushtar, Khuzestan Province, shows how Iranians in the Achaemenid Era used to provide water to the city.

Rock castle of Sirjan in Kerman Province in photos

Qaleh Sang (rock castle) of Sirjan in Kerman Province goes back to the Sassanid Era.

Sadegh Zibakalam: I really thank the Worriers

Sadegh Zibakalam praises the open atmosphere created in Iran after 2013 presidential elections, saying those who seek to criticize President Rouhani’s nuclear policies should tolerantly accept critical views.

Traditional art of matting in Iran in photos

People in Khuzestan province, southwestern Iran, weave mats or wicker mats by palm leaf fibers.

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