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Ghana company says U.S. plane seen in Tehran broke no laws
The New York Times reported on Thursday that the plane, owned by the Bank of Utah, was parked at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport on Tuesday.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
Bradford trader fined for out of date products
A trader and his firm have been ordered to pay more than A 5,000 for food and drink offences - including food being a total of 800 days out of date.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Hafiz Shirazi's poetic version visualisation on canvas by Mohsen Keiany
KARACHI: Artscene Gallery has inaugurated a solo exhibition 'Peer-e-Meikadeh' by an Iran based renowned artist Dr Mohsen Keiany featuring detailed work on the poetries of legendary Persian poet Hafiz Shirazi on Tuesday.Over 30 paintings are on display, whereas a large number of people including art lovers, art critics and notables attended the ... (more)
Iranian, Italian stage directors reunite for "1+1"
A scene from "1+1", which was performed by an Iranian-Italian troupe during the 31st Fajr International Theater Festival in January 2013 TEHRAN Iranian director Omid Niaz and his Italian colleague Guglielmo Papa have united again to stage the children's play "1+1" in Iranian cities of Isfahan, Yazd and Shiraz.
The Washington Post
Iran Minister Calls for Cuts in Water Use as 37 Million at Risk
Water shortfalls may affect half of Iran's population by this summer if consumption isn't cut by as much as 20 percent, its deputy energy minister said.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Payvand News of Iran
Water shortages threaten Tehran, other cities
Iran's Ministry of Power reports that Tehran is on the verge of a water shortage, saying: "Arak, Isfahan, Shiraz, Qazvin, Qom, Karaj, Kerman, Mashhad, Hamedan and Yazd are other cities that are now water-stressed."
Sat Apr 12, 2014
Iranian artworks shine at Bonhams
An acrylic on canvas by Hossein Zenderudi was sold for 158,500, and the calligraphic painting by Mohammad Ehsaii was sold for 92,500, Bonhams announced on its website.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
Millennium Films Ramps Up 'Septembers Of Shiraz' With Adrien Brody Aboard
Septembers Of Shiraz , which Millennium Films will now start shooting June 9. The pic, directed by The Sapphires helmer Wayne Blair, is based on the New York Times bestseller by Dalia Sofer, was adapted by Hanna Weg and launched at Berlin's EFM in February.
Wed Apr 02, 2014
Student ‘arrested in Iran over Facebook...
A student who went to visit family in Iran has been locked up for five months over comments she made to friends on Facebook, her family say.
How My Parents Accidentally Got Caught Up in the Iranian Revolution
"There's a plane leaving Shiraz in three hours." The voice on the other end was Dave's friend Martin.
British wife held in Iranian prison for writing country is 'too Islamic' on Facebook
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Mon Mar 31, 2014
The Daily Star
Iran's chief rabbi dies: media
TEHRAN: Yousef Hamadani Cohen, the chief rabbi of Iran's tiny Jewish community, died on the weekend of illness, media reported on Monday.
Fri Mar 28, 2014
Religion News Service
Uniting Iran and America in life and death: a tribute to Professor Richard N. Frye
Many have tried to unity humanity with their life. Rare is the person who consciously seeks to bring unity through his death.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
All in the family: Valerie Jarrett and the Chicago communists
Valerie Jarrett is the most powerful figure in the White House, rivalling President Obama in the scope of her influence over the fate of the Republic.
FEATURE-Moonshine is just a phone call away in Islamic Iran
"Shahriyar has one rule: bring your booze! We drink until morning," she told Reuters on a FaceTime call, as lights flashed to rap music in the background.
Sat Mar 22, 2014
The Times of Israel
Missing Iranian Jews were mistaken for rebels, killed by authorities
The Iranian authorities were responsible for the deaths of most members of a group of Iranian Jews who disappeared in 1994 as they sought to escape the country for Israel, mistaking them for members of a rebel group, Channel 10 reported Saturday.