0311 GMT January 17, 2019
Andrew Stone bedazzled by Iran's ancient mosques
Iran: Mosaics make light work
By Andrew Stone*
Ancient horse found perfectly preserved in Siberian permafrost
Russian scientists have found the carcass of an ancient foal perfectly preserved in the Siberian permafrost.
Veteran Iranian illustrator Sandooqi dies aged 72
Sadeq Sandooqi, a veteran illustrator of schoolchildren’s books, died Wednesday following a brain stroke at a Tehran hospital at the age of 72.
Iran Documentary Independent Award winners announced
The 10th Iran Documentary Independent Award announced its award-winning lineup in different categories.
'Day of Iran' commemorated at Beijing Int'l Book Fair
'Day of Iran' ceremony, organized by Iran's Cultural Center in China, was held on Friday on the sidelines of the 25th Beijing International Book Fair (BIBF).
Tabriz Bazaar prominent as an important commercial center on Silk Road
Tabriz, the capital city of East Azarbaijan Province, has been a setting for cultural exchanges since antiquity and its historic bazaar complex is one of the most important commercial centers along the Silk Road.
Arg Gate, a tourist attraction in Semnan Province
Arg Gate, the northern gate and the only remaining part of Semnan Arg, is located in Semnan City.
'Orange Days' premiere to be in Toronto Festival
The movie 'Orange Days' directed by Arash Lahooti will be screened at Toronto International Film Festival (FIFF), said the director.
Iran's Armenian archbishop condemns US president's moves
Armenian Religious Leader of Isfahan and South of Iran Archbishop Cipan Kashjian issued a statement to condemn US President Donald Trump's recent decisions on Thursday.
Brown, Williams scoop James Tait Black literary prizes
Craig Brown, who wrote a biography of HRH Princess Margaret, and short story writer Eley Williams are the winners of this year's James Tait Black Prizes, awarded by the University of Edinburgh.
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