- Myanmar-China oil pipeline inaugurated
- Boko Haram bomb maker arrested in northeast Nigeria
- Iran appoints new ambassador to UN
- Terrorist rockets pound various areas in Syria
- About 10,000 Turkmens join Iraqi volunteer forces to fight ISIL: Official
- Casualties as Hezbollah targets Israeli regime convoy in Shebaa Farms
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- Malaysia to release interim report on MH370 on March 7
- Three soldiers dead in new clashes in east Ukraine
- Russia confirms North Korean leader's visit
Welcome to the 19th weekly episode of the series Land of Light. Last week, we spoke about the approach of a massive army led by elephants to storm Mecca and destroy the Holy Ka’ba, and how the Prophet’s grandfather Abdul-Mottaleb, following the theft of his herd of 200 camels by …
Tal music band, a traditional Iranian ensemble, will perform Lorestani and Kurdish music on January 14 and 15, 2015 at Tehran's Vahdat Hall.
A national campaign for removing animals from circuses has gained fresh momentum after more provincial departments of environment endorsed the plea.
The festivities marking the arrival of the year 2015 on the Christian Gregorian Calendar were held in a historical church in the city of Isfahan, central Iran.
Today, we continue our last week’s discussion on the famed Iranian philosopher, theologian, mathematician, astronomer, and poet of 7th Century AH, Khaje Nasir Ed-Din Tousi. We said that Mohammad Ibn Hassan Jahroudi Tousi, popularly known as Khaje Nasir Ed-Din Tousi, was born in the northeastern Iranian city of Tous in …