Supreme Leader of Iran orders structural reforms within 4 months +Update
The Speaker of the Iranian Parliament has announced that the Supreme Leader has issued orders to reform the structure of the country within four months, saying: “Internal consensus and unity are one of the important requirements of domestic politics to this end. Under the circumstances, fomenting political controversies is not in the best interest of the country.”
Iran, Armenia discuss gas/electricity exchange project
The Acting Minister of Energy Infrastructures and Natural Resources of Armenia, First Deputy Minister Garegin Baghramyan, on Tuesday received a delegation, led by Deputy Energy Minister for Electricity and Energy Affairs Homayoun Haeri of Iran.
Drought threatens historic Iranian bridge
Si-o-se pol, or the Allahverdi Bridge, is one of Isfahan’s age-old landmarks built over the Zayandeh Roud River. With the river drying, this and other historic bridges in Isfahan are facing serious challenges.
Israeli cyberattack on Iran blocked
Iranian officials have announced that scattered attacks from Israel aiming Iran’s infrastructures have all been foiled.
Tehran has Moscow, Beijing support
Foreign Policy writes that as the Trump administration moves to reimpose sanctions on Iran—which had been suspended since the signing of the 2015 nuclear agreement—it aims to “build a global coalition to put pressure on Iran to stop [its nefarious] behavior.”
Billion dollar foreign investment in Iran tourism
Deputy Director for Planning and Investment of Iran National Heritage Organization said: “During the past five years, we have been able to have one billion dollars of foreign investment in Iran’s tourism industry for approved projects. From this amount, 300 million dollars have so far been absorbed in Iran’s tourism sector and the remaining is in the process of being invested.”
Rakhshan Bani Etemad: Concerns create ideas
On the last day of the 34th Tehran International Short Film Festival, Rakhshan Bani Etemad defined idea as something that lives with us for many years and suddenly sparks to form an artwork.
Tabriz Bazaar moving towards Tabriz 2018
The historic, roofed market of Tabriz as the only UNESCO registered market is seeing infrastructure repairs these days, an important step that prepares Tabriz for visiting tourists from different countries in 2018.
Giants in a magical land!
In the spectacular desert of Shahdad, you will come across huge sand structures for the emergence of which no clear scientific evidence has yet been provided by scientists and researchers.
Tallest tower in Iran leaning to one side
A member of Tehran City Council Architecture and Urban Planning Commission announced the possibility of Tehran’s tallest structure, the freestanding Milad Tower, tilting or collapsing following the insecure excavation of the adjoining plot of land.