What are Iranians looking for on Instagram?
The results of a scientific survey show that Telegram and Instagram continue to top the list of apps used in Iran.
Meet Iran's next potential Ahmadinejad
Is Ezzatollah Zarghami the next populist to rise from Iran’s hard-line camp? The recent activities of the former head of the conservative-dominated state broadcaster, who has been in constant verbal clashes with moderate President Hassan Rouhani, certainly raises this question.
Day Five: Disoriented youth, nuclear plants, nose jobs
On a final day in Iran, USA Today's reporter, Kim Hjelmgaard, found young people on drugs and a doctor who explained why some Iranians hate their noses and choose plastic surgery to change their look.
Hashtag supports Iran-Qatar ties
Social media users in Qatar and the Persian Gulf states have started a hashtag #ادعم_علاقه- قطر_بایران supporting the expansion of ties between Iran and Qatar and calling Tehran a better friend for the people of Qatar than the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
Behind the scenes of rape in Iran
A sociologist talks about rape in Iran, saying: “The only way to resolve this issue is to solve the causes and problems in society that affect people.”
Iranians start campaign to fight rising costs
Iranians have started a campaign on social medial to fight the soaring prices of certain items such as gold and cars in Iran.Persia Digest reports that prices have been going up for certain commodities in Iran. After the price of the dollar soaring against the rial, price rises began for many goods, including cars and houses.
Native Iranian doll comes back to life
“Bi” is a forgotten doll native to Dezful in southwestern Iran. This, however, has not stopped one person from reviving it for the older generations and introducing it to the newer ones.