Tuesday Apr 15
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.
Tuesday Apr 15
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.
Malaysian National News Agency
Iran Seeks Unesco Recognition For Historical Wind Towers
Iran is seeking to have its historical wind towers recognised by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation on its World Heritage List, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported.
Payvand News of Iran
One Year, Two Celebrations in Iran
It would not be an exaggeration to say that this year Iranians celebrated two grand events: one for Nowruz and the other at the end of the two-week Nowruz holidays, when the release of kidnapped Iranian soldiers was announced.
Fourth Iranian held in UAE over businessman's kidnap-source
An Iranian suspected of helping kidnap a British-Iranian businessman in Dubai has been arrested in Thailand and deported to the United Arab Emirates , an official source familiar with the matter said on Sunday.
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.