- HRW report details ISIL rampage in Kobani
- Iran’s IRGC launches 2nd Qadir radar system
- Iran reports rise in South Pars gas output
- Iran rejects report on ‘tentative agreement’ over sanctions relief
- Tunisian president declares state of emergency
- Russia to supply Saudis with Iskander missile complexes
- President Rouhani orders financial system reforms
- Boko Haram kills scores in northeast Nigeria
- News Magazine No 488: July 04, 2015 - Subcontinent, 15:23 UTC, 16:23 UTC
- Germany rules out restructuring of Greek debt
Welcome to the 41st weekly episode of the series ‘Land of Light’. Last week we said that the Qoreish clans started rebuilding of the holy Ka’ba in Mecca following torrential floods that inflicted heavy damages on Prophet Abraham’s edifice of monotheism. Now, let’s listen to the rest of the account:
Some 8,000 tourists visited Kerman province in April and May 2015, making up for 55% growth compared to preceding period, head of provincial Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Office said on Wednesday.
Iran has inaugurated its first herb museum, also known as herbarium, containing more than 1,700 samples of various herbs.
Iran’s President has visited the historical city of Persepolis, better known as the Throne of Jamshid (Takht-e Jamshid) to Iranians, saying the site conveys the message of the Iranian nation's capability and strength.