0804 GMT February 16, 2019
Ancient looted artwork returned to Italy
A dozen looted artworks, some more than 2,000 years old, have been returned to Italy by British Christie's auction house.
Da Vinci drawings pictured on British stamps
A dozen new stamps from Great Britain's Royal Mail display drawings by Leonardo da Vinci from the Royal Collection.
Int'l tourism exhibition kicks off in Tehran
The 12th Tehran International Tourism Exhibition opened at Tehran's International Fairgrounds on Tuesday.
'Breath' wins Seattle top award in US
Iranian film 'Breath' received one of the most important awards of the Children's Film Festival Seattle in the US.
Iran, Serbia ink cinematic agreement
Film Center Serbia (FCS) and Farabi Cinema Foundation signed an agreement to broaden cooperation in the cinema industry.
Curtains fall on 37th Fajr Film Festival, winners announced
Baghdad hosting Exhibition of Iranian Carpets, Tableaux
Exhibition of Iranian Carpets, Tableaux, Handicrafts and Nastaliq Scripts opened on Baghdad on Wednesday.
Iran, Japan to hold first religious talks
The first round of religious talks focusing on the status of family in Islam and Shinto will be held in Japan on February 9.
Mounesan: 2,000 monuments up for restoration
A total of 2,000 historical/cultural monuments are in the process of being restored, announced the head of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization (ICHHTO)
3,000 Chinese attend Chinese New Year celebration in Yazd for first time
For the first time, Yazd celebrated the Chinese New Year with the participation of 3,000 Chinese tourists, said the director general of Cultural Heritage, Handicrafts and Tourism Organization of Yazd Province.
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