• Haiti migrants 2021-10-01 17:54

    Resignation exposes Biden's asylum policy failure

    TEHRAN - The resignation of the U.S. special envoy to Haiti in protest against the administration of President's Joe Biden immigration policy speaks volumes about the American President's campaign pledge to reverse his predecessor's "cruel" policies on asylum seekers.

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    Zarif: U.S. best to put his house in order

    TEHRAN — In a tweet posted on Friday afternoon, Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif slammed the United States over baseless accusations.

  • Arturo Vidal 2019-06-09 15:57

    Iranian boy travels to Chile to meet his idol Arturo Vidal

    TEHRAN – Iranian boy Adrian Moghimbeigloo made a dream come true, meeting his idol Arturo Vidal in Chile.

  • Humanitarian assistance or military intervention in Haiti 2019-03-04 11:16

    By Heshmatollah Rahnama

    Humanitarian assistance or military intervention in Haiti

    TEHRAN - During eighteenth century, France created a powerful export economy based upon slavery in Haiti. In 1730, the population of the Caribbean country was about 83 thousand and in 1789 there were more than 500 thousand people, of whom 450 thousand were slaves. Due to massive mortality and low birth rates among the slaves, France saved one million slave from Africa to Haiti between 1750 and 1789 to maintain their populations. In 1789, Haiti produced three quarters of the world's sugar.