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  • Tehran-Madrid flights resumed after 5-month suspension

    Tehran-Madrid flights resumed after 5-month suspension

    The world is moving once again; however, the COVID19 pandemic ground air travel to a halt, with thousands of flights cancelled. World leaders are scrambling to keep the airlines afloat again.

  • Iran to maintain international relations in support of tourism

    Iran to maintain international relations in support of tourism

    Vali Teymouri, Iran's deputy minister for tourism affairs at the Ministry of Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts said, "in spite of the ongoing global pandemic of coronavirus disease 2019 and its devastating impact on international tourism relations, the achievement of goals determining at international tourism development has been realized through the communications of Iran's representatives residing at target countries."

  • Ancient skeleton of a Parthian girl dug up  in Isfahan

    Ancient skeleton of a Parthian girl dug up in Isfahan

    The skeleton of a teenage girl with about 160 cm height, who lived in Parthian era, has been dug up from Tappeh Ashraf (Ashraf Hill), the sole archaeological hill in Isfahan, the excavation director Ali Reza Jafari-Zand said.

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  • Crosswalk art might save your life!

    Crosswalk art might save your life!

    There has always been conflicts between automobile and pedestrian as both are the major concerns in urban and transportation planning; pedestrian deaths are rising ominously, but city administrators are doing everything they can to diminish the rate.

  • Iran established field hospital in blast-hit Beirut

    Iran established field hospital in blast-hit Beirut

    The Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) has set up a temporary hospital in Beirut, as the city’s hospitals have burst at the seam in the wake of a lethal explosion that killed at east 158 people dead, injured thousands of others and left dozens missing.

  • Isfahan welcomes 100 disabled-friendly new Euro 4 buses

    Isfahan welcomes 100 disabled-friendly new Euro 4 buses

    "The new buses are equipped with automated wheelchair ramps and built-in hydraulic jack for the disabled to give them safe access to buses; we hope that better services will be provided to the citizens," Iraj Mozaffar, the director of deputy office for traffic and transportation affairs at the Municipality of Isfahan, said.

  • All nations striving to aid Lebanon

    All nations striving to aid Lebanon

    As part of the ongoing aid efforts to help Lebanon, all countries particularly Arab nations are striving to provide humanitarian aid to blast-hit Lebanon, delivering tons of foods, nutritional supplements for children and medical supplies to aid those affected by the explosion rocked Beirut.

  • Eid al-Ghadir most glorious Muslim’s Eid

    Eid al-Ghadir most glorious Muslim’s Eid

    “Of whomsoever I had been Master (Mawla), Ali here is to be his Master. O Allah, be a supporter of whoever supports him (Ali) and an enemy of whoever opposes him.” (Prophet Mohammad)

  • Freiburg; Isfahan's Jewel of Black Forest

    Freiburg; Isfahan's Jewel of Black Forest

    Lodged on the edge of the Black Forest and vineyards, Freiburg is an abode to miniature streams, cobble-stone streets, astonishing nature, sunny days, stunning museums, rich culture and cheerful students fond of nightlife as well!

  • Beirut explosion in pictures

    Beirut explosion in pictures

    Dozens are dead and thousands are injured after a massive explosion Tuesday in the Lebanese capital of Beirut.