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  • گفتگو با برانکو ایوانکوویچ سرمربی تیم فوتبال پرسپولیس تهران Today 15:36

    Persepolis must win remaining matches: coach

    TEHRAN – Persepolis coach Branko Ivankovic labeled remaining two matches against Uzbekistan’s Pakhtakor and Al Sadd of Qatar as must-win games.

  • نجمه خدمتی Today 15:01

    Iranian shooter Najmeh Khedmati earns quota place for Tokyo 2020

    TEHRAN – Iranian female shooter Najmeh Khedmati earned a quota place for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games on Tuesday.

  • Imam Ali (AS) Today 13:52

    Imam Ali (AS)

    When the world gratifies you, your defects are hidden and no one can hurt you.

  • Easter Sunday celebrated at Tehran’s Saint Gregory Church Today 13:50

    Easter Sunday celebrated at Tehran’s Saint Gregory Church

    The Saint Gregory the Illuminator (Surp Grigor Lusavoritch) Church in Tehran hosted hundreds of Iranian Christians on Sunday for the Easter celebrations.

  • Chinese economy Today 13:46

    By Luo Xuan

    Has the Chinese economy hit its low point at 6.4% growth?

    China's GDP rose 6.4 percent in the first quarter, matching the fourth quarter of last year. The market has reached the bottom earlier than expected in the beginning of 2019, and the economy also has hit its low point. However, in both the long and short run, the economic revival has been lackluster.

  • The vague fate of British-Japanese trade relations Today 13:39

    By Bastian Harth 

    The vague fate of British-Japanese trade relations

    Brexit was supposed to happen by the end of March, but uncertainty prevails. The United Kingdom has been granted permission to delay its exit from the European Union until the end of October, months after the European elections in May. Also, Prime Minister Theresa May announced that she would step down after Brexit has been finalized but a “no-deal” scenario persists.

  • Rooholamin Saeidi  Today 13:29

    By Rooholamin Saeidi 

    Reproduction of racism in the West

    TEHRAN - The terrorist attack which took place in New Zealand was a tragedy that unfortunately has been epidemic in the world and we witness different examples of it all over the globe occasionally. But once again it revealed the hypocritical, discriminatory and unfair Western governments’ treatment of other nations.

  • Scandinavian political economy Today 13:26

    By Hadi Ajili and Hanif Ghaffari

    Scandinavian political economy

    TEHRAN - Study on international political economy of two countries, Sweden and Norway, in international interactions allows us to examine political economy of these two countries as the case study for further understanding of macro patterns of international political economy.

  • Netanyahu - Trump Today 12:50

    Chomsky: Trump radically interfered with Israel’s election to help re-elect Netanyahu

    Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is headed to a record fifth term in office after narrowing defeating former military chief Benny Gantz. In a discussion with Democracy Now!’s Amy Goodman, Noam Chomsky talks about how President Trump directly interfered with the Israel election by repeatedly helping Netanyahu, from moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem to recognizing Israel’s sovereignty over the Golan Heights in defiance of international law.

  • amano Today 11:53

    By Hossein Yari 

    The great sin of Amano

    TEHRAN - The silence of the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) against non-core nuclear activities of Saudi Arabia indicates that it is non-autonomous. Riyadh, as a center for the development of terrorism in the West Asian region, and the main sponsor of terrorist and extremist groups (such as ISIS), is seeking to expand its nuclear program.

  • Iran's parliament Today 11:50

    Iranian Parliament declares CENTCOM as terrorist 

    TEHRAN – In a retaliatory move on Tuesday, the Iranian Parliament voted to put the U.S. Central Command (CENTCOM) in West Asia on the list of terrorist groups.

  • West Asian Colloquium on Optical Wireless Communications (WACOWC) Today 11:21

    Tehran to host colloquium on optical wireless communications

    TEHRAN -- Shahid Beheshti University of Tehran will host the 2nd West Asian Colloquium on Optical Wireless Communications (WACOWC) on April 27 and 28.

  • آماده سازی نمایشگاه کتاب تهران Today 11:20

    Startups to attend TIBF, update cultural ecosystem

    TEHRAN – About 50 to 100 cultural startups will attend the 32nd Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF), the TIBF spokesman Ayyub Dehqankar said, IRNA reported on Wednesday.

  • عبدالملک الحوثی Today 11:19

    Houthis warn Saudi Arabia, UAE: Strategic spots within reach

    Yemen’s popular Houthi Ansarullah movement, which defends the country against a Saudi-led invasion, says it can hit “strategic targets” in the kingdom and its closest regional ally, unless the invaders observe a UN-brokered ceasefire.

  • ational festival on information and communication technology (ICT) Today 11:18

    National ICT festival slated for May

    TEHRAN – The 8th national festival on information and communication technology (ICT) will be held on May 17, Mehr reported on Monday.

  •  ‘Projecting 100 years of wet spell unscientific’ Today 11:18

    By Setareh Behroozi

    Knowledge-based technologies can decrease flood losses

    Recent floods saturated the grounds in dry regions, though it also brought grief and pain for the residents. New emerging technologies and knowledge-based companies suggest up-to-date ways to turn the threats of flood into opportunities.

  • KNOWLEDGE-BASED COMPANIES Today 11:09

    Knowledge-based companies create 140,000 jobs: official

    TEHRAN – Iranian knowledge-based companies have created job opportunities for 140,000 applicants until the end of the Iranian calendar year 1397 (March 20, 2019), an official with the vice presidency for science and technology announced, IRNA reported on Wednesday.

  • The fears and hops of emancipation in the West: prof. Stephen Eric Bronner Today 10:59

    By Rooholamin Saeidi

    The fears and hops of emancipation in the West: prof. Stephen Eric Bronner

    Professor Stephen Eric Bronner is a noted political theorist and Distinguished Professor of Political Science, Comparative Literature, and German Studies at Rutgers University in New Brunswick. 

  • 13370.pdf - صفحه 1 Today 01:01

    13370

  • دیدار تیم های فوتبال پرسپولیس و الاهلی عربستان Yesterday 22:52

    Iran’s Persepolis fall short against Al Ahli Saudi

    TEHRAN – Omar Al Somah scored a brace as Saudi Arabia’s Al Ahli defeated Persepolis of Iran 2-1 in Group D of the AFC Champions League on Monday.

  • Rouhani + letter Yesterday 22:49

    Rouhani congratulates IRGC chief on new post

    TEHRAN - President Hassan Rouhani has congratulated the new commander of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC).

  • Iran’s foreign arrivals up 52.5% y/y Yesterday 22:48

    Iran’s foreign arrivals up 52.5% y/y

    TEHRAN - The number of international tourists visiting Iran surged 52.5 percent in the past Iranian calendar year 1397 (ended on March 20) from a year earlier, deputy tourism chief has said.

  • Rouhani to visit Kurdistan on Wednesday Yesterday 22:47

    Rouhani to visit Kurdistan on Wednesday

    TEHRAN – President Rouhani will travel to Kurdistan Province on Wednesday to meet with people at Esteghlal club stadium in Sanandaj, the provincial capital.

  • Hungarian, Swedish envoys bid farewell to Zarif Yesterday 22:47

    Hungarian, Swedish envoys bid farewell to Zarif

    TEHRAN – Ambassadors of Hungary and Sweden, Janos Kovacs and Helena Sangeland, met on Monday with Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif to bid farewell to him at the end of their diplomatic mission in Tehran, ISNA reported.

  • Artemia ship, which was stuck on the lakebed for a long time due to dryness of Lake Urmia once again floated Yesterday 22:46

    The other side of the coin: environmental benefits of flooding

    TEHRAN — Following spring downpours, leading to devastating flood in western, southwestern, and northern Iran, the country suffered loss of 300 trillion rials (approximately $7 billion), however, the benefits of the flooding cannot be ignored.

  • Asiatic cheetah kept in captivity may possibly reproduce Yesterday 22:45

    Asiatic cheetah kept in captivity may possibly reproduce

    TEHRAN — Asiatic cheetah, also known as Delbar, which is being kept in captivity at Tehran’s Pardisan Park may possibly reproduce within the next 50 to 60 days, deputy chief for natural environment and biodiversity directorate at the Department of Environment (DOE) has said.

  • Tehran to host intl. flower, plant exhibit Yesterday 22:45

    Tehran to host intl. flower, plant exhibit

    TEHRAN— The 17th International Exhibition of Flowers, Plants, Park Equipment and Related Industries will be inaugurated at Tehran’s Goftegoo Park on April 28, ISNA news agency reported on Sunday.

  • Inflation Yesterday 22:45

    Inflation rate at 30.6%: statistical center

    TEHRAN- The Statistical Center of Iran announced that the inflation rate in the twelve-month period ended on April 20, which marks the end of the first Iranian calendar month of Farvardin, stood at 30.6 percent, IRNA reported.

  • Historical objects, sites found in Neyriz Yesterday 22:44

    Historical objects, sites found in Neyriz

    TEHRAN - Remnants of some 100 historical sites, structures and objects have been found during a recent archaeological survey conducted across Neyriz county, Fars province, southern Iran.

  • After deluge Helmand River springs back to life Yesterday 22:43

    After deluge Helmand River springs back to life

    TEHRAN — After 18 years of dryness the almost dead Helmand River returned to life following recent torrential rainfalls, YJC reported on Saturday.