The comedy, ‘1st Born’, directed by Ali Atshani, a joint feature film co-production between Iran and Hollywood, will be screened across the US from December 3.
Iran-Hollywood production ‘1st Born’ to hit US silver screens
Despite threats and sanctions against Iran, the number of foreign tourists visiting the historical city of Aran va Bidgol in the central province of Isfahan rose by 50 percent since the beginning of the current Iranian year (March 21, 2019), the governor of Aran va Bidgol said on Saturday.
Official: Foreign tourists visiting Aran va Bidgol rise by 50%
Archeologists in Mexico uncovered traps containing the remains of at least 14 mammoths.
Ancient traps with remains of mammoths found in Mexico
An original score composed by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart when he was only 16 is to be put up for auction in Paris, France, later this month, Sotheby's said.
Manuscript by young Mozart to go under the hammer
Tens of Iranian handmade carpets are on display in an exhibition in Oman’s capital Muscat.
Iranian handwoven carpets on display in Oman
Iranian publishers had a strong presence at the XIII International Book Fair and Scientific Conference of Printed Products in Turkmenistan where they were selected as the best foreign participant of the event.‌
Iran picked as best participant of Turkmenistan book fair
At the height of its empire, the inhabitants of ancient Rome genetically resembled the populations of the Eastern Mediterranean and Middle East, according to a DNA study.
Like roads, many genetic lineages led to ancient Rome
Have you ever thought about the hottest place in the world? What have you heard about that? Did you know that it is actually in Iran? YES!!
Where is the hottest place in the world?
The British Museum was accused of exhibiting “pilfered cultural property” by a leading human rights lawyer who is calling for European and American institutions to return treasures taken from “subjugated peoples” by “conquerors or colonial masters”.
British Museum ‘largest receiver of stolen goods’: Rights lawyer
Author Jean-Paul Dubois, 69, won France’s highest literary honor, the Prix Goncourt, for his book, ‘Tous les hommes n’habitent pas le monde de la même façon’ (roughly translated as ‘All Men Do Not Inhabit This World in the Same Way’).
Author Jean-Paul Dubois takes France’s highest literary honor, the Goncourt Prize

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