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Campaign against war on Iran launched in the UK


The UK’s largest anti-war coalition has started an online petition to prevent increasing tensions in the Persian Gulf and a US military conflict with Iran.

Iran responds to US evacuation of embassy staff from Iraq


Iran’s representative at the UN has responded to US allegations against Iran and the partial evacuation of its embassy staff from Iraq.

The Fujairah incident was good chance for Rouhani, Trump talks


An international relations analyst in Tehran believes: “The Fujairah incident was a good chance for the presidents of Iran and the US to establish contact, condemn the incident, and identify the perpetrators by launching an investigation.”

Iran begins suspension of some commitments in the JCPOA


An informed source at the Atomic Energy Organization of Iran (AEOI) has announced: “Iran has begun the suspension of some of its commitments under the JCPOA which are also underlined in the statement issued by the Supreme National Security Council.”

Zarif's response to targeting tankers in the Persian Gulf


Commenting on certain suspicious movements in the waters of the Persian Gulf, the Iranian Foreign Minister said: “We have predicted that groups may wish to stir tensions in the region with certain actions.”

Governor of Central Bank of Iran slams EU


Governor of the Central Bank of Iran (CBI) has criticized EU’s approach in launching the special financial channel with Iran, by saying: “Repetitive sentences by the EU such as we fully support the special financial channel is a déjà vu and threadbare.”


Historic place of worship in northwestern Iran


The Chapel of Dzordzor, located near Baron Village in the vicinity of Maku is submerged in beautiful silence. The building overlooks a valley through which Zangi Mar River flows. It also holds legends and myths at its heart. The original name of the chapel is the 'Holy Mary' but it has come to be known as Dzordzor church the beautiful scenic landscapes of which have made it one of the most unique buildings in Iran.

Shared tourism for Iran and neighboring countries


The Iranian Tour Operators Association Deputy has highlighted that an increasing number of tours are bringing visitors with special interests to Iran, adding: “The age range for tourists visiting Iran is changing.”

Chinese tour operators introduced to tourist attractions in Iran


The tourism industry in Iran has focused on attracting Chinese visitors to this country by organizing special tours for its operators to introduce them to the attractions of Iran.

Iranian Police to allow construction of hostels to attract tourists


The Iranian Police has decided to issue permits to some hotels and inns to build hostels in order to attract tourists despite the fact that hostels have been banned in Iran so far.

Splendid Iranian garden placed between 2 deserts


The Golshan Garden is situated on one of the main streets of the city of Tabas in eastern Iran. The location of the garden between the two Lut and Dasht-e Kavir deserts is more like a miracle.

The 7th Citrus Aurantium Festival in Langarud


The 7th Citrus Aurantium Festival has been held in Langarud, northern Iran. The festival aims to raise awareness about the medicinal properties of bitter orange or Citrus Aurantium, attract tourists, promote local traditions, and introduce the capacities of Guilan Province.



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Omar Khayyam of Neishabour was born on 17 May 1048 in Iran. This dat has been named as Khayyam Day on the Iranian calendar. He was a philosopher, mathematician, astronomer, and composer of Persian rubaiyat. He passed away on 3 December 1131 in his city of birth.

The other face of Iran introduced in France


A 7-day exhibition of arts, literature, handicrafts, history, and sociology of countries along the Silk Road, including Iran, is being held in the South of France to introduce these countries and ways of traveling there.

Campaign against war on Iran launched in the UK


The UK’s largest anti-war coalition has started an online petition to prevent increasing tensions in the Persian Gulf and a US military conflict with Iran.

Persepolis FC secures a hat-trick of Iran Pro League title


Persepolis have won their third successive title in Iran’s top football league, known as the Persian Gulf Pro League, after defeating their host Pars Jonoubi Jam, 1-0, on the final day of the Season.

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