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People of Bandar Abbas out on streets following earthquake

Hours after a 6.4-magnitude earthquake jolted Laft region in Iran’s Hormozgan province, people are out on the streets.

Earthquakes cause casualties, minor damage in southern Iran

Two powerful earthquakes have struck Iran’s southern province of Hormozgan seconds apart leaving two people dead and causing minor damage.

Khersin: Most Intact Salt Cave in Iran’s Hormozgan

Khersin is one of the few remaining intact salt caves in the southern Iranian province of Hormozgan.

At Least Seven Killed in Autumn Floods in Southern Iran

Autumn floods have caused severe damages to many urban and rural areas in several southern provinces of Iran, killing at least seven people as of Monday.

Iran to Turn Jask Port into Oil Exports Hub: President

The Islamic Republic of Iran is to turn its Jask port in the south of the country into a major hub of oil exports.

Iran Starts Building Major Pipeline as Safe Way for Oil Exports

The Iranian president says the national pipeline project launched on Thursday to carry oil as an alternative route for the Strait of Hormuz serves as an important message to those that have imposed sanctions on the country.

Iran Says Cyber Attack on Rajaee Port Foiled Successfully

Iran says it has neutralised a cyber-attack, probably launched by Israel, on its infrastructure in Rajaee Port in the south of the country.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Abu Musa Island

Abu Musa Island is the southernmost Iranian island in the Persian Gulf waters and is one of the most pleasant and humid regions of the body of water.

Two Quakes Hit Iran as Fight against COVID-19 Goes On

While Iranian people are being urged to stay at home to prevent furious spread of the novel coronavirus, two earthquakes in Qom and Bandar Abbas have made some reconsider their decision.

Heavy Flooding in South-Eastern Iran Leaves Casualties

Heavy floods in Sistan and Baluchestan, an already underdeveloped province in south-east of Iran, as well as two adjacent provinces have so far killed one, wounded several, and displaced thousands of others.