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  • Ayatollah Khamenei to formally endorse Raeisi as 8th president of Iran

    Ayatollah Khamenei to formally endorse Raeisi as 8th president of Iran

    An official ceremony is taking place in Tehran during which Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei is to officially endorse Ebrahim Raeisi as Iran’s next president, weeks after the ex-Judiciary chief won the country’s 13th presidential election by a landslide.

  • Early fall color seen in Isfahan's trees

    Early fall color seen in Isfahan's trees

    Golden-yellow foliage is one of the best part of fall season; however, watching the leaves change from green to shades yellow and brown is a problem as trees show early signs of fall well before summer has ended. Stressed trees that exhibit such condition may stop producing chlorophyll, causing the process of leaf color change to accelerate. The phenomena commonly occurs when plants are growing in a location near pedestrian zones or streets where reflected heat can cause stress. Heat or drought-stressed plants can be saved by regular watering. Mulching is also a helpful practice to reduce soil moisture loss through evaporation. Let's seen how the condition has affected the beautiful trees in Isfahan.

  • World Breastfeeding Week

    World Breastfeeding Week

    Breastfeeding provides every child with the best possible start in life. It delivers health, nutritional and emotional benefits to both children and mothers. And it forms part of a sustainable food system. But while breastfeeding is a natural process, it is not always easy. Mothers need support – both to get started and to sustain breastfeeding.

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  • Isfahan International Conference Center inaugurated

    Isfahan International Conference Center inaugurated

    "We take the constructive interaction between the managers and officials of Isfahan as a stroke of good fortune. We started with genuine commitment in 1992, and we are going through the last days with the construction that is the meaningful engagement pay-off," President Hassan Rouhani stated in the inauguration ceremony of Isfahan International Conference Center.

  • Fifth wave of coronavirus pandemic in pictures

    Fifth wave of coronavirus pandemic in pictures

    As the fifth wave of the coronavirus pandemic driven by the Delta variant peaks in Iran, health officials have criticized people's lack of commitment to health protocols in the country.

  • Wildfires in Turkey rage on

    Wildfires in Turkey rage on

    The death toll from wildfires raging in Turkey’s Mediterranean towns rose to six Saturday after two forest workers were killed, the country’s health minister said.

  • Isfahan Municipality removed barriers to connecting with sister cities

    Isfahan Municipality removed barriers to connecting with sister cities

    "The Iran - Portugal Friendship Association can extend future endeavors by focusing more on Isfahan's resources, especially in the areas of children and music," Rui Moreira, the mayor of Porto said.

  • Citizens' involvement in urban management step for democracy

    Citizens' involvement in urban management step for democracy

    A web-based application called "Jahan Nema" has been developed by the Municipality of Isfahan to strengthen citizen-government relationship; citizens will be able to register their complaints and make recommendations for changes through the platform.

  • Isfahan, Porto officially become sister cities

    Isfahan, Porto officially become sister cities

    The twinning agreement between Isfahan and Porto was signed by Ghodratollah Norouzi, the mayor of Isfahan, and Rui Moreira ,the mayor of Porto.

  • World Hepatitis Day

    World Hepatitis Day

    Hepatitis is a disease characterized by the inflammation of the liver. There are 5 main hepatitis viruses, referred to as types A, B, C, D and E. These 5 types are of greatest concern because of the burden of illness and death they cause and the potential for outbreaks and epidemic spread. In particular, types B and C lead to chronic disease in hundreds of millions of people and, together, are the most common cause of liver cirrhosis and cancer.