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Nagorno-Karabakh Conflict to Serve Interests of Daesh: Academic

Rahmat Hajimineh, an Iranian university professor, believes that the ongoing conflict and tension in the Caucasus can prepare the grounds for such terrorist groups as Daesh (ISIL) to recruit new militants and continue their operations throughout the Middle East and beyond, because radical and extremist forces these days are taking advantage of instability in different parts of the world in a bid to survive and protect themselves.

“Nowruz Remains Eternal in the Course of History”

The Iranian author of Nowruz in the Four Corners of the World, Dariush Mohajer, pointed to the influence of Nowruz around the world, in regions like the south of Algeria, Western China and Ethiopia.

Yazd Ashkezar Water Mill architectural masterpiece

Ashkezar Water Mill in Yazd Province is a masterpiece of traditional architecture, says director general of the city's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Department.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on April 5

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Tuesday and picked headlines from 24 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Iranian Scientist’s Biosensor Makes Development in Cancer Diagnosis

Iranian scientist Nima Sharifi, along with his colleagues at Case Western Reserve University, has opened the door for a new detection method that could allow doctors to diagnose patients with certain cancers far earlier than possible today. The researchers have developed an optical sensor that they claim is one million times more sensitive than the best currently available.

Iran, Japan vow to expand consular ties

In the 9th Joint Consular Meeting between Iran and Japan’s foreign ministries in Tokyo, the two sides reaffirmed further expansion of bilateral relations, particularly on consular cooperation.

Iran plans joint oil refinery in Spain

Deputy Minister of Petroleum Abbas Kazemi said here on Tuesday that Iran would have a 50-percent cooperation in constructing a refinery in Spain, if the country's crude oil is totally being supplied by Islamic Republic.

Saudi Arabia suspends Mahan Air over ‘safety’

Saudi Arabia has withdrawn licenses given to Iran's Mahan Air to land in the Persian Gulf kingdom or fly in its airspace over ‘safety’ claims.

US does not plan to grant Iran access to US financial system: Toner

The Obama administration does not plan to give Iran access to the US financial system, a State Department spokesman Mark Toner said.

Italian PM to Visit Iran on April 12-13: Report

Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi is scheduled to pay a two-day visit to Tehran this month, a report said.

Spring snow in Tabriz

Heavy snowfall on Monday broke down some of the trees in the streets and in various parts of the city of Tabriz, in East...

Iran ready to participate in rehabilitation process of Palmyra archeological sites: official

Head of Iran’s Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization, Masoud Soltanifar stressed his country’s readiness to participate in the process of restoring and rehabilitating the archeological and cultural sites that were demolished by the terrorists in Syria, Particularly those in Palmyra.

Camera Trap Captures Iranian Cheetahs

An Iranian engineer has developed a new camera trap to capture pictures of Iranian cheetahs.

A Dutch Couple’s Recipe for Iranian Kashk-e-bademjan

Anne Perak and Helen General are a young Dutch couple who have chosen Iran for their one month holiday. Now, after trying so many Persian foods, they have decided to learn how to make Kashk-e-bademjan.

A look at Iranian newspaper front pages on April 4

IFP has taken a look at the front pages of newspapers on Monday and picked headlines from 23 of them. IFP has simply translated the headlines and does not vouch for their accuracy.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Nights of Ahvaz

The southwestern Iranian city of Ahvaz, often known in the media for its heavy dust pollution, provided its visitors during the New Persian Year...

Iran Petchem Output Up at 46 mt/y

Director of quality control at the National Petrochemical Company (NPC) said that its output was more than 46 million tons last year (ending March 19) up by 2.5 million tons compared to the preceding year.

Iran, Austria ink 2bn euro deals for cooperation

Iranian and Austrian private sectors will work on seven contracts, worth two billion euros,dealing with a number of agricultural and development projects.

Give Kashke Bademjan a shot

Give a shot at cooking Kashke Bademjan and get your kitchen filled with a wonderfully rich aroma.

‘Germany’s VW close to Iran auto deal’

Iran said that Germany’s auto giant Volkswagen is expected to seal a deal with an Iranian partner in the near future to invest in the country’s car industry.

EU banks start re-engaging with Iran

European banks have reportedly started to re-engage with Iran after over two months from the removal of sanctions against the country.

Golden Train of European Tourists Due in Iran Tuesday

The third Golden Train of European tourists is scheduled to arrive in Iran on Tuesday, Isfahan Railways Directorate General said on Sunday.

Iran, Turkey to trade with national currencies

Deputy industry minister has announced the possibility of Iran-Turkey trade using Rial and Turkish Lira currencies.

Iran has established relations with new European banks

After announcement of 'Implementation Day' of the nuclear deal in January, Iran has established banking relations with new European banks in Italy and Austria, a senior banking official said here Monday.

Rouhani: Iran’s trade surplus positive for first time in 37 years

President Hassan Rouhani said here on Monday that Iran's trade surplus for a period of 12 months starting March 21, 2015 turned positive for the first time in almost 37 years.