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Iran Hosts Traditional Contests in Honour of Water

The fourth round of traditional “Kander Keshi” and “Jahleh Keshi” competitions has been held in a neighbourhood in the port city of Bandar Abbas, southern Iran.

Saudi Tribesmen Not Allowed to See Their Wives’ Faces

Men in a number of tribes in southern Saudi Arabia are banned forever from seeing the faces of their female family members including their wives.

Russia Luring Iranian Airlines to Buy Sukhoi Superjet

Amid the controversies over the delivery of Boeing and Airbus passenger planes to Iran, a Russian-built Sukhoi Superjet 100 has landed at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport with a team of engineers on board to make Iran interested in purchasing the airliner.

BBC Totally Blind to Nationwide Feb. 11 Rallies in Iran

The BBC was one of the few media outlets which did not at all cover nationwide rallies in Iran on February 11, marking the anniversary of the victory of Iran’s 1979 Islamic Revolution.

Iran’s Qeshm Island Hosts 2nd Int’l Marathon Contest

The 2nd edition of an international marathon contest has been held in Iran's Qeshm Island, on the coasts of the Persian Gulf, with the participation of 348 runners from five countries.

Plane’s Windscreen Struck by Eagle during Landing (+Video)

A viral video shows a large bird, most probably an eagle, striking the windscreen of an ATR plane landing at an airport in northern Iran.

Triplets Named “Jerusalem, Capital, Palestine” to Protest Trump’s Decision (+Video)

A Palestinian couple has chosen symbolic names for their new-born triplets to show their protest against US President Donald Trump’s decision to recognise Jerusalem al-Quds as the capital of the Israeli regime.

Iranian Artist Teaching Quake-Hit Children How to Paint

A painter from the quake-hit city of Sarpol-e Zahab in Western Iran has lost everything he had in the recent quake, but is still hopeful about the future, and tries to raise the morale of his compatriots.

Hard-Working Women Build 5km Road in Western Iran

A group of women in Iran’s Chaharmahal and Bakhtiari province have built a 5-kilometre road to a remote village by doing tough jobs like operating cranes, graders, trucks, and tractors.

Persian Rugs of Sistan Globally Recognized at WIPO

The hand-woven carpets produced in the southeastern Iranian region of Sistan have been registered internationally by the World Intellectual Property Organization.