Tehran
Nomadic   madaresharghi

Nomadic Meat Production Expected to Rise 15-20%

Red meat production by nomads in Iran is estimated to increase by 15-20% in the current Iranian year (March 2020-21), compared with last year amid high precipitation that led to ...
Migratory Bird

World Migratory Bird Day: birds connect our world

Migratory Bird World Migratory Bird Day was celebrated worldwide on May 9, under the theme “Birds Connect Our World”. First held in 2006, World Migratory Bird Day is celebrated on ...
Qajar

Qajar-era mansion to be turned into traditional residence

Hajian mansion in north-central Semnan province is being repurposed into a traditional residence after being fully restored.  The mansion, which dates back to the Qajar era (1789–1925), has been inscribed ...
Iraqi

Pandemic pushes some Iraqis, broken by conflict, into poverty

When shops and homes shutter at curfew, some Iraqis in this Baghdad district say it reminds them of past traumas that destroyed lives and livelihoods: sectarian death squads, foreign invasion, ...
Lake Urmia

Over $1b spent so far to revitalize Lake Urmia

Since the beginning of the Lake Urmia Restoration Program in October 2013, a total of 4.6 trillion rials (more than $1 billion at the official rate of 42,000 rials) has ...
storks

Zarivar Lake hosting flocks of storks once again

storks Zarivar Lake, a major tourist attraction in western Iran, is hosting again thousands of storks that wing their ways to make their nests around the lake’s mountainous areas, however, ...
Coronavirus

Iranian Tech Firms at Forefront of Battle Against Coronavirus

Iranian technology ecosystem has moved to the frontier of those combating the novel coronavirus, by working on treatment and vaccination, the vice president for science and technology said. Speaking to ...
Assyrian

Archeologists find treasure trove of Assyrian kings discovered in Daesh-excavated tunnels

The previously unknown palace of the Assyrian kings was discovered when the Daesh terrorist group blew up the tomb of the prophet Jonah for ideological reasons. Archeologists spent two months ...
coronavirus

Iran doubles disinfectants, hygiene items output amid coronavirus outbreak

Iran says the production of disinfectants and hygiene products has at least doubled over the past two weeks as the country steps up the battle against a new coronavirus outbreak. ...
historical secrets

Excavation of ‘rich’ Mound Dillu Roy site in Pakistan begins to uncover historical secrets

An archeologist of Punjab Archeology Department has embarked on maiden excavation of Mound Dillu Roy in Dera Ghazi Khan to uncover the treasure of historical secrets the Buddhist era site ...
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