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  • Mohammad Ghaderi Today 00:55

    By Mohammad Ghaderi - Twitter: @ghaderi62 - Email: m.ghaderi62@gmail.com

    How Trump’s oil plans backfires on him

    ….. What are the consequences of the White House anti-Iran activities?

    TEHRAN - As expected, Donald Trump, the U.S. president didn’t extend sanctions exemptions to nine countries importing oil from Iran including India, China, Turkey, South Korea and Japan.

  • Saudi crackdown of Shias Today 00:50

    By Syed Zafar Mehdi

    Saudi bloodletting of Shias - Where is the outrage?

    TEHRAN - The custodians of Islam’s holiest places have turned the country into a slaughterhouse, spilling blood of innocents in utter contempt to the teachings of the man who many centuries ago had campaigned against ignorance, misrule and anarchy in the same land.

  • U.S. President Donald Trump Today 00:35

    By Martin Love

    The U.S under Trump and his crazed Neocons aim to tyrannize the entire world

    NORTH CAROLINA - In the broadest sense, without all the nuances and other information, this is how things stand very basically regarding the United States:

  • Michael Walzer, American political theorist and public intellectual Today 00:29

    By Rooholamin Saeidi

    Independence still matters: prof. Michael Walzer

    TEHRAN - As a professor, author, editor, and lecturer, Michael Walzer has addressed a wide variety of topics in political theory and moral philosophy: political obligation, just and unjust war, nationalism and ethnicity, economic justice and the welfare state. His books (among them Just and Unjust Wars, Spheres of Justice, The Company of Critics, Thick and Thin: Moral Argument at Home and Abroad, On Toleration, and Politics and Passion) and essays have played a part in the revival of practical, issue-focused ethics and in the development of a pluralist approach to political and moral life. For more than three decades Walzer served as co-editor of Dissent, now in its 64th year.

  • Macron Today 00:16

    By Hanif Ghaffari

    Mecron's political stroke at Elysee Palace

    TEHRAN - The results of recent polls in France for the young president are disappointing! The popularity of French President Emmanuel Macron remains stuck at under 30% as he battles a series of political troubles, with no major change, reported after the Notre-Dame fire, a poll said. According to the Ifop poll for the Journal du Dimanche just 29% of people polled said they are satisfied with the job Macron is doing, with 69% dissatisfied.

  • Scott Thomas Today 00:07

    By Rooholamin Saeidi

    The resurgence of religion in the last modern century: prof. Scott Thomas (Part 2)

    ….. Is it possible to remain religious and to become modern?

    TEHRAN - Dr. Scott Thomas is an American who lectures in International Relations and the Politics of Developing Countries. He studied in the School of International Service at the American University, Washington, DC before going to the Department of International Relations at the London School of Economics for his MSc and PhD. He taught at universities in the United States, Switzerland, and South Africa before coming to Bath in 1994 where he is a permanent member of the teaching staff. At Bath he teaches a variety of courses on international relations.

  • Ali Miri Yesterday 23:13

    Iran’s Miri wins silver at Asian Weightlifting Championships

    TEHRAN – Ali Miri of Iran claimed a silver medal at the Asian Weightlifting Championships in Ningbo in China on Wednesday.

  • sensory evaluation and consumer behavior laboratory Yesterday 22:53

    Sensory evaluation laboratory opens in Mashhad

    TEHRAN – The first sensory evaluation and consumer behavior laboratory in the eastern Iran opened during a ceremony in the city of Mashhad on Tuesday.

  • Particulate matters 20 times above safe levels in southeastern Iran Yesterday 22:52

    Particulate matters 20 times above safe levels in southeastern Iran

    TEHRAN – Severe particulate matter (PM) pollution reached its highest points exceeding the standard levels by 20 times in Zabol county located in Sistan-Baluchestan province, southeastern part of the country, the provincial meteorological organization chief has announced.

  • sourena sattari Yesterday 22:52

    Marine science and technology tower to be launched in Qeshm Island

    TEHRAN – A marine science and technology tower is slated to be built in Qeshm Island of the Persian Gulf, IRNA reported on Tuesday.

  • fintech Yesterday 22:51

    ‘Fintech creates boom in bank, insurance and investment market’

    TEHRAN – Fintech creates boom in bank, insurance and investment market, the vice president for science and technology Sourena Sattari announced during the 12th International Exchange, Bank and Insurance fair (IRAN FINEX), which runs until Thursday, IRNA reported on Monday.

  • Qeshm conference to bring ECO cultural envoys together Yesterday 22:49

    Qeshm conference to bring ECO cultural envoys together

    TEHRAN - The Persian Gulf island of Qeshm will be playing host to cultural envoys from the Economic Cooperation Organization, the director of ECO Cultural Institute said on Tuesday.

  • 7-month heavy rainfalls beat 2-year drought Yesterday 22:48

    7-month heavy rainfalls beat 2-year drought: IMO official

    TEHRAN – Director of National Drought Warning and Monitoring Center (NDWMC) affiliated to Iran’s Meteorological Organization (IMO) Sadeq Ziaeian announced that since the beginning of current water year (starting on September 23, 2018) precipitations have compensated for the below normal averages of past two years.

  • Tehran Yesterday 22:45

    Tehran Municipality plans to hold smart city meetings

    TEHRAN -- Tehran Municipality Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Organization plans to hold a series of meetings as a part of a project for turning the capital into a smart city in the near future, IRNA reported on Tuesday.

  • Tehran talks explore fresh ideas on modern architecture Yesterday 22:42

    Tehran talks explore fresh ideas on modern architecture

    TEHRAN - Tehran hosted an international conference on April 23-24, which turned the spotlight on how to better restore modern architecture and landscape across Iran.

  • $2b non-repayable loans allocated to rebuild flood-hit houses Yesterday 22:40

    $2b non-repayable loans allocated to rebuild flood-hit houses

    TEHRAN – Non-repayable loans amounting to 90 trillion rials (nearly $2 billion) will be provided for reconstruction of housing units in the provinces hit by flood, Abdolreza Rahmani Fazli, Minister of Interior, has announced.

  • VP: Govt. mulling legal actions against U.S. IRGC move Yesterday 22:39

    VP: Govt. mulling legal actions against U.S. IRGC move

    TEHRAN – Vice President for Legal Affairs Layla Joneydi said on Wednesday the Rouhani administration is considering legal actions against the United States in response to its designation of the Islamic Revolution Guards Crops (IRGC) as a terrorist organization.

  • Guardian Council ratifies bill in support of IRGC Yesterday 22:39

    Guardian Council ratifies bill in support of IRGC

    TEHRAN – The Guardian Council on Wednesday ratified the double-urgency bill to bolster the status of the Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) in the face of U.S. moves, IRNA reported.

  • Baqeri: U.S. will pay for its hostilities towards Iran Yesterday 22:37

    Baqeri: U.S. will pay for its hostilities towards Iran

    TEHRAN – Major General Mohammad Baqeri, chief of the Iranian armed forces, said on Wednesday that the United States will soon pay the price for its hostilities towards Iran.

  • Khanzadi says Iranian Navy won’t let hegemons disrupt Pakistan ties Yesterday 22:33

    Khanzadi says Iranian Navy won’t let hegemons disrupt Pakistan ties

    TEHRAN – The Iranian Navy will not allow the hegemonic countries to hamper the expansion of cooperation with the Pakistani Navy, Navy Chief Rear Admiral Hossein Khanzadi said on Wednesday.

  • Masoud Boroumand Yesterday 22:18

    Sci-tech parks export $260m of knowledge-based products

    TEHRAN – Iran’s science and technology parks have exported $260 million of knowledge-based products during the past Iranian calendar year 1397, which ended on March 20, the deputy minister of science, research and technology announced, IRNA reported on Wednesday.

  • Bushehr eco-lodges to offer special discount to mark Persian Gulf day Yesterday 20:34

    Bushehr eco-lodges to offer special discount to mark Persian Gulf day

    TEHRAN – Eco-lodges across southwestern Bushehr province will give special discount to their customers on the occasion of the Persian Gulf National Day, April 30.

  • Minerals Yesterday 20:31

    Minerals, mining export at $9.2b in a year

    TEHRAN- The value of Iran’s minerals and mining industries’ exports stood at $9.226 billion in the past Iranian calendar year (ended on March 20, 2019), IRNA reported on Tuesday citing the data released by Iranian Mines and Mining Industries Development and Renovation Organization (IMIDRO).

  • CBI Yesterday 20:30

    ‘Forex reserves enough to stabilize domestic market amid U.S. pressures’

    TEHRAN - Central Bank of Iran (CBI) Governor Abdolnaser Hemmati said the country’s foreign currency reserves are enough to stabilize the country’s forex market after U.S. ended the waivers for Iranian oil buyers.

  • Zarif censures Trump admin for silence on Saudi mass execution Yesterday 20:25

    Zarif censures Trump admin for silence on Saudi mass execution

    TEHRAN – Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif has lashed out at the administration of U.S. President Donald Trump for remaining silent after Saudi Arabia’s latest mass execution of its nationals, one of whom was crucified after beheading.

  • بیژن زنگنه Yesterday 20:23

    Zanganeh: U.S. unable to reduce Iran’s oil exports to zero 

    TEHRAN - The United States will not be able to reduce Iran’s oil exports to zero, Oil Minister Bijan Zanganeh said in a parliamentary session on Tuesday, the Islamic Republic News Agency (IRNA) reported.

  • Zarif warns Trump against the ‘infamous B-Team’ Yesterday 20:20

    Zarif warns Trump against the ‘infamous B-Team’

    TEHRAN – Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif on Wednesday warned U.S. President Donald Trump to beware of “warmongers” and “butchers” who have surrounded him, referring to them as the ‘infamous B-team’.

  • Ambassador Takht Ravanchi submits credentials to UN chief Yesterday 20:08

    Ambassador Takht Ravanchi submits credentials to UN chief

    TEHRAN – Majid Takht Ravanchi, Iran’s new permanent representative to the United Nations, on Tuesday submitted his credentials to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.

  • European banks refuse to deliver humanitarian aid to Iran: Zarif Yesterday 20:05

    U.S. officials have become ‘pawns in a very dangerous Israeli game’, Zarif says 

    The Iranian foreign minister has described the Trump administration’s officials as “pawns in Netanyahu’s game”, warning them against the consequences of the “extremely dangerous” Israeli game they are playing.