Robert Levinson Has No ‘Criminal Case’ in Iran Spokesmanvideo

Robert Levinson Has No ‘Criminal’ Case in Iran: Spokesman

Iran has rejected the reports that former FBI agent Robert Levinson, who has gone missing in the Kish Island since 2007, has an open “criminal or judicial” case at Iran’s Revolution Court, saying the alleged case is of the kind opened for any missing person.
Iranian Female Painter Wins Award at Harvard Art Gala (1)

Iranian Female Painter Wins Award at Harvard Art Gala

Iranian surrealist painter and senior research associate at Harvard University, Sara Ashrafi, has won the first prize at an annual gala held by the Massachusetts General Hospital for the best painting about the Alzheimer’s disease.

IAEA Inspector Tests Positive for Explosive Nitrates: Iran

Iran’s ambassador to the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) in Vienna, Kazem Gharib-Abadi, says the UN inspector blocked from a nuclear site last week tested positive for suspected traces of explosive nitrates.

Farmers in Shahreza Start Harvesting Pomegranate

Local farmers in the town of Shahreza in Isfahan province, central Iran, have started harvesting pomegranate.

‘Dress Code, Alcohol Ban Not Keeping Tourists from Visiting Iran’

The former head of Iran’s Tourism Organisation says the compulsory hijab and a ban on alcohol in Iran do not prevent foreign tourists from visiting Iran. “The tourists visit Iran, come hell or high water."
Sanctions Force Iranian MMA Fighter to Quit UFC

Sanctions Force Iranian MMA Fighter to Quit UFC

Iranian mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter Amir Aliakbari has had to bow out of the UFC –an American MMA promotion company- after the US sanctions against Iran prevented him from transferring his earnings.

Iran Unveils New Murals on Walls of Former US Embassy

Iran has unveiled new anti-US murals and artworks on the walls of the former US embassy in Tehran on the eve of the anniversary of the takeover of the “Den of Espionage”.

Poacher in Iran Ordered by Court to Provide Fodder for Wild Animals

A poacher receives a rare court verdict in the Iranian town of Firuzkuh near the capital of Tehran.

Ride-Hailing App Driver Amuses Passengers with Books

Mansour Khani, a driver who works for a ride-hailing app in Tehran these days, has grabbed the headlines for his creative way of amusing the passengers.

Flight Captained by Two Women for First Time in Iran

For the first time in Iran, two women pilots have captained a flight, which took over 160 passengers from Tehran to Mashhad and brought almost the same number of people back to Tehran.

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