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Another Asiatic cheetah sighted in Yazd

The number of Asiatic cheetahs in Iran is projected to stand at 70.

Artworks by Adel Younesi on display in Paris: “Eternal Feast”

The ‘Eternal Feast’ exhibition in Paris displays a selection of over 20 paintings by Iranian artist Adel Younesi.

London, Rome, Tehran, Amsterdam to go to Europe

London, Rome, Tehran, Amsterdam, a joint production of Iran and the Netherlands which is on stage in Iran, will have performances in Europe in 2015.

Norwegian investors willing to invest in Iran

“Norwegian investors would welcome to participate in Iran’s economic projects,” said Norwegian Ambassador Norheim.

Tehran hosts exhibition of Brazilian photographer

“One of my aims is to display the natural beauty of Brazil to its people,” said the Brazilian photographer whose photos have been put on display in Tehran.

Heated debate over an Iranian musician’s failure to accept prestigious French award rages

Ali Moalem has taken a swipe at Mohammad-Reza Shajarian; Hossein Alizadeh’s refusal to accept a French prize still triggers debate.

Behestan Castle in Zanjan Province in photos

Standing tall at the heart of a mountain, a once strategic fort offering protection to people for centuries seems to be losing its battle against nature.

Velayati urges UN to identify countries backing terrorism

Ali Akbar Velayati, head of the Strategic Research Center of the Expediency Council, has said that the West has helped create terrorist groups, calling on the UN to identify the countries which support terrorism.

Objections to nuclear talks despite Leader’s approval illogical

The Supreme Leader’s advisor has said that opposition to nuclear talks make no sense now that the Leader has confirmed the negotiations and their extension.

Iraq president calls for Iran’s help in anti-terror fight

In a meeting with Iran’s ambassador to Baghdad, the Iraqi president pleaded with Tehran to forge ahead with its support for Iraq in the battle against terrorism.

Iran’s top security official: Military attack no more among enemies’ options

Like the nuclear technology, Iran's missile industry is in pursuit of peaceful purposes, said Iran’s Secretary of the Supreme National Security Council.

Iran to host confab on extremism: Zarif

“Iraq’s stability, security, development, and progress are among the priorities of the Islamic Republic of Iran and we will spare no effort in this regard,” said Iran’s foreign minister.

Economy should not be tied to the outcome of talks: Senior businessman

Asadollah Asgar-Oladi, a business magnate, says the Iranian economy has learned how to skirt the sanctions and its future should not be tied to the success of nuclear talks.

Iranian musician refuses French Chevalier of Legion of Honor

Hossein Alizadeh, a leading Iranian classical composer and musician, has refused to receive France’s Chevalier of Legion of Honor to be only known as an artist with no prestigious title.

Iran museum displays Latin American dolls

Five-hundred-forty dolls from 53 counties went on display in late November in Iran’s Nations' Dolls Museum.

Chuck Hagel, the casualty of US national security shakeup

Javan, a Tehran-based daily, brings under focus the sudden resignation of US Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and how it can impact Washington's security policies down the line.

Feeling of Inferiority; Self-inflicted Violence against Women

One of the most extreme forms of self-inflicted violence experienced by some Iranian women is that they sell themselves short and become blind followers of imported aesthetic standards.

Bad luck often brings good luck

It’s a strategic miscalculation to assume that the lifting of sanctions will settle all of Iran's economic woes.

Why the nuclear talks failed? What is the takeaway? Daily answers

An analytical look at why talks between Iran and P5+1 did not produce a deal and what that means now.

Coverage in Iranian press of the final day of Vienna nuclear talks

With negotiators talking against the clock to hammer out a final deal between Iran and P5+1 and news coming in thick and fast, IFP has decided to bring its audience up to speed by the moment as national and international media outlets release reports about the latest developments in Vienna.

Crossing the point of no return

Even in case no deal is cut on November 24 in Vienna between Iran and P5+1, Iran’s nuclear talks will not go back to where it was, says Sadegh Zibakalam, a political analyst.

An extension of nuclear talks is not to the benefit of Iran: Principlist website

An extension of nuclear talks in Vienna would give the upper hand to the West, weakening Iran’s position in the talks, says a principlist website.

New submarine, destroyer to join Iran Navy soon: Cmdr.

Two newly-overhauled SH combat helicopters and an anti-surface AB212 helicopter will soon be at the disposal of the Iranian Navy.

Iran ready to send arms to Iraq in battle against terror

The Chief of Staff of the Iranian Armed Forces says Iran is ready to send weapons and [military] equipment to Iraq through legal channels in case Baghdad asks for that.

Influential daily warns nuclear negotiators to insist on removal of sanctions

Kayhan, a principlist daily, urges Iranian nuclear negotiators to stick to demands that any nuclear deal include the termination of all sanctions.

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