Tuesday Nov 26
Yazd , Dowlat Abad
The heat is blistering in the south, on the edge of the Great Desert. High chimneys acting as air-vents bring some comfort to these dwellings.
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Critical worldwide shortages could lead to water wars
Imagine if you and some co-workers were told to step on a scale. In front of everyone.
Getting to no with Iran
This week, world powers and Iran may well be poised to reach an historic agreement to limit the Islamic Republic's nuclear program - a diplomatic feat that promises to reorder the Middle East and neutralize a threat that has loomed over the region for a decade.
Sobbing Fred Yazdi says he thought man was aiming gun at him
Fred Yazdi broke down sobbing on the witness stand Tuesday morning saying he never meant to kill Enrique Recio.
Iran seriously pursuing fate of its missing national with UAE
Iran is pursuing the fate of a missing Iranian citizen residing in the United Arab Emirates, rejecting allegations that Tehran might be behind his disappearance or possible death, Iranian Foreign Ministry's Spokeswoman, Marziyeh Afkham said, Tasnim news agency reported on Nov. 13. This comes as relatives of Abbas Yazasanpanah Yazdi say that he has ... (more)