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World Condemns Deadly Attack in Iran’s Ahvaz

Several world leaders and senior officials have condemned the Saturday terrorist attack in the Iranian city of Ahvaz, which has killed and wounded dozens of people.

Basra Youths Symbolically Clean Iran’s Burned Consulate

A group of Iraqi youths from the southern city of Basra have symbolically cleaned up the damages inflicted by a group of attackers on the former building of Iran’s consulate in the city to show the depth of the friendship and brotherhood between the two nations.

Italy Prevents Iranian Artist from Taking Part in L’Aquila Reconstruction

Iranian graphic artist Carmel Maleki, who was expected to represent Iran in an international event to reconstruct the quake-hit city of L'Aquila in Italy, has been denied a visa to visit the European country.

Iranians Enjoy Tasty Afghan Bolani at Heart of Tehran

Afghanistan is famous for its never-ending wars. Permanent conflicts in the country have associated Afghanistan with death and destruction in the minds of many people in Iran, leading the country’s beauties and lovely characteristics to remain largely unknown, particularly Afghan foods.

China Hosts Seminar on Iranian Mysticism, Sufism

A seminar on Iranian mysticism and Sufism was recently held by the Beijing University and the Iranian embassy’s cultural attaché in the Chinese capital Beijing.

“A Look at Chinese Cinema” in Iranian Capital

Iran hosted a three-day event during which a number of Chinese movies were screened as part of a plan to expand the two sides' cooperation in the film industry.

Pakistanis Mark Independence Day in Tehran

A group of Pakistanis residing in Iran recently came together in Tehran to celebrate the 72nd anniversary of their country’s Independence Day.
Iran, Austria Commemorate First European Ascent of Mount Damavand

Iran, Austria Commemorate First European Ascent of Mount Damavand

The Damavand 2018 Symposium was recently held on the occasion of the 175th anniversary of the first European ascent of Mount Damavand by Austrian climber, botanist and scholar Theodor Kotschy.

Iran Different Experience for Every Foreign Tourist: Indian Daily

An Indian daily has written in an article that Iran is surprisingly different from what the West is trying to introduce to the world as part of its propaganda campaign.

Iran, Sweden Share Experiences in Gender Mainstreaming

Iran’s Vice-Presidency for Women and Family Affairs and the Swedish Institute recently co-organised an international workshop in Tehran to share their experiences in the field of gender mainstreaming.

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