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Maryam Ommi runs an Instagram page called “Dreams” and has, so far, realized the dreams of some 400 children living in deprived regions.
Iran's Foreign Ministry spokesman says possible blocking of the social media accounts of the country’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif as a result of the recent US sanctions imposed on him, would not muffle his voice in international forums.
An Iranian physician boosts his patients’ morale by singing songs for them, a video of which has gone viral on the social media in recent weeks.
Iran’s ambassador to London has divulged details about the role of US government in sponsoring a series of Twitter accounts involved in a propaganda campaign against the Islamic Republic.
Iran’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi said his ministry has organized a task force to combat US cyber threats.
A short video clip has recently gone viral on social media in Iran, showing a modest Army colonel turning his body into a staircase to help people affected by extreme weather climb up a relief vehicle.
The suspicious votes cast in favour of an Iranian quiz show in a public opinion poll have been declared null and void, putting a widely watched sports program on top of the list of popular broadcasts again.
Five reporters from China’s Central Radio recently visited Iran to produce a program aimed at making their fellow countrymen more familiar with Iran.
Iranian social media users have lashed out at recent comments made by former US official Richard Nephew about the new US bans on Tehran, calling them crocodile tears shed by the “mastermind of anti-Iran sanctions”.
Iranian mothers lined up at maternity wards on 7/7/1397 in the Iranian calendar (September 29, 2018) to give birth to their infants on that certain date despite dangers of delivering babies prematurely.
Iran’s Ambassador to London Hamid Baeidinejad has once again called for the blocking of fake anti-Iran twitter accounts run by MKO members, as the terrorist group's heavy use of the social networking site to spread anti-Iran propaganda has been documented.
Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has censured Twitter for blocking accounts of real Iranian netizens, while failing to crack down on fake accounts run by MKO terrorists operating against Iran.
A group of young people in Iran have launched a campaign on social media networks to clean up and colour the tombstones of martyrs, raising the awareness of younger generations about the country’s national heroes.
Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei, the Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution, says the country is under a full-scale media invasion waged by adversaries.
Sorayya Allahverdi is an Iranian woman who has worked a miracle by bringing separated families together through her relentless efforts in social networks.
A huge number of Iranian people from all walks of life and with various political orientations posted tweets and Instagram posts on Sunday night to express their protest against the US’ hostile strategy towards Iran and meddlesome policies over the past decades.
Anthony Bourdain, the American celebrity chef whose tragic death was announced Friday, is admired by Iranians not only for his popular TV show and great talent, but also for the positive image on Iran he conveyed to the rest of the world.
A senior Iranian official has emphasized the need to strengthen international judicial cooperation in countering cyber-terrorism.
Six Iranian ministers as well as two lawmakers, all of whom are members of the council in charge of filtering, have called for removing the 9-year ban on people’s access to Twitter.
The Iranian president says it was not his administration that blocked the Telegram messaging service, nor is the ban approved by the government.
The Iranian government, in a statement on Tuesday, has blasted the Judiciary’s ban on the popular messaging app Telegram.
Iran’s Minister of Communications and Information Technology Mohammad Javad Azari Jahromi has criticised a decision to block the popular messaging app Telegram in Iran, saying it was no solution to concerns regarding the messenger in the country.
The Iranian Judiciary has issued an order completely banning the use of the Telegram messaging application over the harm it has done to the country’s security, culture and economy during the past few years.
The secretary of Iran’s Supreme Council of Cyberspace says over 12 million Iranians have opened accounts on home-grown messaging services in recent weeks.