• دیوار 70 مایلی 2019-11-06 19:07

    Ancient 70-mile-long wall found in western Iran

    TEHRAN – Archaeologists have recently discovered the remains of a stone wall, which is stretched about 115 kilometers, in Sar Pol-e Zahab county, western Iran.  

  • Archaeological remains unearthed in heart of Tehran 2018-12-29 21:11

    Archaeological remains unearthed in heart of Tehran

    TEHRAN – A team of archaeologists has excavated some archaeological remains in the basement of a shop located in the grand bazaar of Tehran.

  • دیوار مرزی ترکیه با ایران 2017-08-11 06:16

    Turkey starts constructing wall along Iran border

    TEHRAN – Turkey has started building a wall along its border with Iran in parallel with the Turkish barrier along the Syrian frontier, a Turkish media report says.

  • Iran-Turkey 2017-05-09 18:40

    By Ali Kushki

    Iran ‘informed’ of Turkish decision to construct border wall 

    TEHRAN - An official with the Iranian Foreign Ministry said on Tuesday that Turkey has “informally informed” Tehran of a plan to construct an Iran-Turkey border wall. 

  • mexico wall 2017-03-06 04:09

    By Filiz Garip

    The futility of a Mexico-United States wall

     Building a wall to control immigration from Mexico is hardly a new idea. In October 2006, President George W. Bush signed the Secure Fence Act to authorize and partially fund the construction of 700 miles of steel fences and other hurdles along the Mexican border. “This bill will help protect the American people,” Bush said at the time. “This bill will make our borders more secure.”

  • ICE 2017-01-28 04:55

    By Oliver Laughland

    U.S. could face human rights crisis after Trump's xenophobic immigration orders

    Hidden among the promise of a wall and the withdrawal of funding to sanctuary cities is a much more insidious – and immediate – move to replace the ‘catch and release’ border policy with mandatory detention.

  • A view of the Achaemenid-era archeological site in Mashhad-e Morghab district, Iran 2017-01-17 09:10

    Achaemenid-era rampart unearthed in southern Iran

    TEHRAN – A team of Iranian archeologists has recently uncovered portions of a stone wall dating back to the Achaemenid era (c. 550–330 BC) in Mashhad-e Morghab district, southern Fars Province.