Tuesday, June 28, 2022


West can’t counter terrorism via double standards: Zarif

Iran has lashed out at the US and the West for adopting double standards on the activities of terrorist groups in Iraq and Syria, saying such positions will, by no means, help eradicate terrorism.

Iran holds bilateral N-talks with Russia, US in New York

Senior Iranian nuclear negotiators have held separate bilateral meetings with representatives of Russia and the US to discuss the outstanding issues in Tehran’s nuclear talks with the P5+1 group.

IS, Zionists and Western neo-cons do not represent faith

Former Iranian President Mohammad Khatami says IS, Zionists and Western neo-cons do not represent religions.

President Rouhani slams US-led coalition against ISIL

Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has called the US-led coalition against the ISIL terrorists “ridiculous”.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Sept. 18

Today this section of IFP features a closer look at the front pages of just 10 newspapers.

Final N-deal needs tough work, hard decisions: Zarif

Iranian top diplomat at nuclear talks says agreement is possible but hard decisions will have to be made.

Meager share of medical tourism in overall tourism profits

An expert says given the country’s medical potential Iranian officials should do more to secure the inflow of cash via medical tourists.

Honesty prerequisite to success of nuclear talks: Rafsanjani

Former President Rafsanjani says honesty is imperative for nuclear talks to produce the intended results.

Most famous Iranian folkloric ensemble to stage charity concerts

The Kamkars, a very famous Iranian ensemble, are to stage charity concerts in Iran and Europe.

Iranian nomads get together for an annual festival

A photo gallery of the 4th Iranian Nomad Festival in Isfahan.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Sept. 16

Today this section of IFP features a closer look at the front pages of as many as 19 newspapers.

Construction of two new nuclear plants starts by yearend: Official

Russia to build two new nuclear power plants in southern Iran.

IRGC Commander: US Base in Northern Iraq No Threat to Iran

Commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Major General Mohammad Ali Jafari downplayed enemies' war rhetoric against Tehran, and said the US military base in Northern Iraq is not considered a threat to Iran.

Iranian parties are too masculine

A female activist says political parties in Iran are dominated by men and should do more to give women a bigger role to play in their ranks.

Ironically, Iran sanctions result in a roaring $2 billion trade in apps!

Stores fill the app void left by Google and Apple on the Iranian cell phone market.

US seeks military presence in Mideast: Ayatollah Khamenei

Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei says the US seeks to expand its military presence in the Middle East region by declaring war on the Takfiri ISIL terrorists.

Even a review of presidential pledges may sound sweet

A closer look at the promises candidate Rouhani and later President Rouhani have made.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on Sept. 15

The championship of the Iranian Greco-Roman wrestling team in the 2014 Greco-Roman World Wrestling Championships in Tashkent and the congratulatory messages the Supreme Leader and President Rouhani issued following the unprecedented victory of Iranian wrestlers were on the front pages of almost all Iranian newspapers on Monday.

Iran committed to fighting terrorism: Deputy FM

An Iranian Foreign Ministry official says the Islamic Republic is committed to fighting terrorism within the framework of international regulations.

Iran Chamber of Commerce, JICA, John Hopkins launch business clinic

Iran’s chamber of commerce taps into foreign experience to promote business.

Iran defeat Serbia to advance to round 3 of Volleyball World Championships

Iran’s national volleyball team secure a place among the last six teams in the FIVB World Championship in Poland.

Iran’s Greco-Roman wrestling team crowned world champions for 1st time

Iranian wrestlers finish first for the first time in the 2014 Greco-Roman World Wrestling Championships.

“A Few Cubic Meters of Love”, a joint Iran-Afghan film becomes a candidate for Oscars

“A Few Cubic Meters of Love”, an Iranian movie shot in Afghanistan, is to be presented as an Afghan production at the 87th Academy Awards.

On the horns of dilemma

An Iranian foreign policy expert weighs in on whether Iran should become a full member of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization.

We can’t help but look at the past through a modern prism

A veteran translator and journalist shares his thoughts on history and how the past should be viewed.

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