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Two Bodies Recovered in Flash Floods in Southeast Iran

The bodies of two of five people who had gone missing in flooding in a village near the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman have been found.

Huge Blaze at Iranian Steel Plant Contained; No Casualties

Firefighters have managed to contain a huge fire that broke out at a steel plant in Kerman, southeastern Iran, but had no casualties.

Bam Citadel: 17 Years after Devastating Earthquake

The Arg-e Bam or Bam Citadel was almost completely destroyed by an earthquake on December 26, 2003, along with much of the rest of Bam and its environs.

Iran Puts into Service Phase One of Major Desalination Project

Iran has inaugurated a project to transfer water from the Persian Gulf to desert areas on the country’s central plateau, supply the arid areas with desalinated water.

Iran to Start Transferring Persian Gulf Water to Desert Areas

The Iranian president says a project will come on line on Thursday to desalinate sea water from Persian Gulf and supply it to arid areas across the country, especially in the central Iran.

Iran in Photos: Rayen Citadel of Kerman

A photo gallery featuring the ancient site of Rayen Citadel in the southern city of Kerman.

Iran Produces Fertilizer from Sewage Sludge

A group of Iranian researchers have managed to turn sewage mud into a material useful for agriculture.

Kachi: An Old but Delicious Iranian Dessert

Kachi is an old pudding which was first cooked in the southeastern Iranian city of Kerman before becoming popular nationwide.

Persian Architecture in Photos: Shafi’abad Caravanserai

The Shafi’abad Caravanserai is located in a village with the same name in Kerman province, southern Iran.

Jabalieh Dome; An Ancient Stone Building Made with Camel Milk

Jabalieh Dome is a spectacular octagonal stone building in Kerman province, southeast of Iran, built in the second century BCE.