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Navy Foils Pirate Attack on Iranian Ship
The Iranian Navy’s 40th flotilla of warships, deployed to the Gulf of Aden and the Red Sea for an overseas mission, repulsed a pirate attack on an Iranian vessel, Navy Commander Rear Admiral Habibollah Sayyari announced.
A Haircut in the Middle of a Football Match
During a local match between two Saudi football league teams, all of a sudden the referee stopped the game and sent off one of the goalkeepers for a haircut, deeming his hairstyle un-Islamic.
Iran Cabinet Orders Flood Damage Recovery
The Iranian cabinet ordered the organizations in charge to recover the damage that a recent flooding inflicted on vast areas of western and southwestern provinces.
People in Flood-Hit Khuzestan Province in Southwestern Iran
After the heavy rainfall and flood that recently hit several Iranian provinces including Khuzestan in Iran’s southwest, people in these areas are struggling to...
Interview: Postgraduate Due to Marry a Man Condemned to Death
Elham’s love story took place in a prison. When she went to visit her brother in prison, she fell in love with a boy who is soon to be executed for murder.
Iranians and Afghans Mourn Together over Horrible Murder of 6-Year-Old Setayesh
It was terrible news, but knowing it had happened in Iran was even worse. 6-year-old Setayesh, an Afghan child, had been killed, and both societies were united in sadness.
6 people killed, gone missing in floods
Head of Iran's Emergency Organization announced that at least six people have been killed or gone missing in the country's recent flooding incidents.
Live Rabbit Dissection Leads to Official Censure of School
The public relations department of Hamedan Provincial Environmental Office announced that a school head-teacher has been suspended, while the teacher responsible has been summoned to appear in front of the infraction committee of the Ministry of Education.
Floods in western Iran (PHOTOS)
Land subsidence, flooded streets and floating cars were only part of what driving rains caused in the western city of Ilam.
Iran probes jumbo jet engine break-off
The mid-air horror ended after the aircraft with 426 passengers and crew on board safely landed at Tehran’s Mehrabad Airport .
Iranian woman killed in hit and run in Canada
Maryam Rashidi, an Iranian woman, was run over in Calgary while trying to stop a stolen truck from fleeing with unpaid gas. She succumbed to her injuries two days later in the hospital.
Alligator makes it to industrial no-go zone (PHOTOS)
Images of an alligator in a gas facility in southern Iran.
Twin sisters, joined at heart and liver, are born in Shiraz (photos)
The conjoined twins should live stuck together for at least a year before they can live two separate lives.
Australia liable for Iranian asylum-seeker’s death
Appeals by Hamid Khazaei, who was suffering from septicemia, for medical attention had fallen on deaf ears for days.
A magnetic boy in Iran attracts foreign objects
In a bizarre case in Iran, a nine-year-old boy has extraordinary power that makes foreign objects stick to his body.
An acid attack by a doctor on a doctor
A look into an acid attack in the capital during which a physician used acid to vent his pent-up anger at a colleague.
Victim of acid attack in Tehran says he’s much better; health chief visits him in hospital
The hospital administrator who suffered injuries in the eye in an acid attack in Tehran says he is much better after undergoing surgery.
An acid attack on a Tehran hospital administrator
A Tehran hospital administrator has fallen victim to an acid attack by two unknown assailants on a motorbike.
Culture minister condoles with nation on demise of pop singer
Ali Jannati has extended his heartfelt condolences on the untimely demise of Iranian pop singer Morteza Pasha’ie.
Tehran bids tearful farewell to pop singer Morteza Pashaei
A big, tearful funeral procession is held in Tehran for the famed Iranian musician, composer and pop singer, Morteza Pashaei.
Iranian police arrest 10 suspects over Isfahan acid attacks
The governor of Isfahan says a recent spate of acid attacks in the province had nothing to do with lack of compliance with the Islamic dress code.
Health minister comments on victims of recent acid attacks
The Iranian health minister says government supports the victims of recent acid attacks in Isfahan.
Pre-World War II ammunition unearthed in Tehran
Up to 180 artillery and mortar rounds dating back to pre-WWII era have been found in a neighborhood in the Iranian capital.