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  1. Secrets about Iran that Disneyland doesn't want you to know onRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 7, 2015 | Tehran Times

    ... Robert) The logistics are simple. Fly to Dubai; arrive at the busiest airport on the entire planet. Transit to Shiraz, Iran flight time, less than an hour. Various airlines, every day, take your pick. I paid less than hundred for the ticket. Just ...


  2. Iran Nukes And It's $130 Billion Dollar Payday.Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 6, 2015 | Herald Gazette

    ... President for Public Engagement and Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama administration; Jarrett was born in Shiraz, Iran. The deal reportedly front-loads the suspension of sanctions, which have cost the regime $130 billion over just two years. ...


  3. Tehran exhibit to showcase Qajar era photosRead the original story

    Apr 5, 2015 | Tehran Times

    TEHRAN A collection of photos taken during the Qajar era will go on display in an exhibition opening today at the Iran Photo Museum, which is also known as Axkhaneh Shahr. The collection consists of 29 rarely seen photos by Iranian photographers Mirza Ebrahim Khan Sani al-Saltaneh and Abdullah Mirza Qajar, and Georgian photographer Antoin Sevruguin, Axkhaneh Shahr announced in a press release on Sunday.


  4. Iranians greet nuclear deal with guarded optimismRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2015 | The Independent

    Rob Hastings is Assistant News Editor at The Independent. He has served on the news desk since 2010.


  5. Foreign tourist arrivals increase in Iran: CHTHO directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2015 | Tehran Times

    The number of foreign tourist arrivals grew 75% during the Iranian calendar year 1393, which ended March 21, 2015, the director of Iran's Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization Masud Soltanifar announced during a press conference in the northern city of Sari, Mazandaran Province on April 2. The visa is allowed for a maximum validity of 14 days and one extension is possible for tourists without leaving the country, he added. He said that many foreign tourists from different countries of Europe, Africa as well as U.S. and Australia visited the country during past year.


  6. Low-Hanging Fruit:Read the original story

    Apr 3, 2015 | BrothersJudd Blog

    The Iran of today has changed dramatically. In more liberal cities like Shiraz and Isfahan, young entrepreneurs have opened small cafes and Bob Dylan's "The Times They Are a-Changin," has become the favorite song.


  7. Sheikh Zahed Gilani: A mystic of all timeRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 3, 2015 | Tehran Times

    Known as Sheikh Zahed Gilani, Tajoddin Ebrahim son of Roshan Amir was born in 1216 in Siavarud in the Gilan region of Iran. His ancestors were originally from Khorasan in the northeast of the country, but fleeing the onslaught of Seljuk Turks, Persian Speaking people from Khorasan and the Transoxiania regions migrated south and west during the 12th century.


  8. Herhold: Urban legend from Obama aide's Stanford years proves falseRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 31, 2015 | Contra Costa Times

    From the beginning, the claim was unbelievable. But it was red meat to the faithful, one more proof of the evil of Barack Obama.


  9. Anti-Iran Media Drumbeat, Fueled by Israel, Increases as Deal Deadline NearsRead the original story

    Mar 31, 2015 | Make the World a Better Place

    As the deadline looms for the P5+1 nations to achieve a framework for a nuclear deal with Iran, the steady drumbeat of hostile coverage directed at Iran in the media increases. Jim White at Empty Wheel, in two good posts , noted a tendentious Washington Post op-ed by Ray Tayekh, Michael Hayden, and Ollie Heinonen, along with a separate piece by perennial NY Times Iran doomsayer, David Sanger.


  10. The Iranians are praying for an agreementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2015 | Ynetnews

    The minute or two during which the passport control official at Tehran's Imam Khomeini International Airport scrutinized my foreign passport felt like an eternity. He didn't look me in the eye; he didn't smile; and he didn't say what he was looking for.


  11. Bargain Basement Sale: One Used Country, CheapRead the original story

    Mar 30, 2015 | Lazer Beams

    No matter how hard he tries, Mr. Obama can't sell Israel down the river, because one can't sell what one does not own. But, as the elected leader of his own country - the once glorious Land of Freedom, the United States of America - he can certainly sell the USA, and for a dirt cheap price too.


  12. Photos: Norouz travelers flock to the ancient ruins of PersepolisRead the original story

    Mar 28, 2015 | Payvand News of Iran

    One of the favorite destinations for Iranians traveling during the Persian New Year Norouz holidays is the the ancient ruins of Persepolis . Persepolis was the ceremonial capital of the Achaemenid Empire .


  13. Death to AmericaRead the original story

    Mar 27, 2015 | Sunshine State News

    Maybe I'm too sensitive, but when a foreign autocrat leads his people in chants of "Death to America," I take it personally. President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry apparently don't.


  14. Mona Charen:Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | Jewish World Review

    Maybe I'm too sensitive, but when a foreign autocrat leads his people in chants of "Death to America," I take it personally. President Obama and Secretary of State John Kerry apparently don't.


  15. Death to America' Mona Charen 5 hours ago Maybe I'm too sensitive,...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 27, 2015 | National Review Online

    President Obama and Secretary Kerry apparently don't. The chant, which became a staple of the Islamic Republic during the 1979 revolution, is not a relic of the past.


  16. An international expat finds some roots in CanadaRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 24, 2015 | Calgary Journal

    Amin Sabzevari immigrated from Iran, Katherine Huitema a Calgary Journal writer met Sabzevari through her father. Here is his story.


  17. Comorbidity of headache and functional constipation in children: a cross-sectional survey.Read the original story

    Mar 21, 2015 | CiteULike

    ... aged 4-12 years old. This cross-sectional study has evaluated the prevalence of headache in 326 children in Shiraz, Iran 2012. All the subjects and their parents were interviewed based on a structured questionnaire for the diagnosis of constipation ...


  18. This Persian New Year, An Ancient Mystic Poet Could Help You Chart Your FutureRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2015 | Switched

    ... at Indiana University, told The Huffington Post. Hafiz was born Khwaja Samsu d-Din Muhammad Hafez-e Siraza in Shiraz, Iran, circa 1325. A widely celebrated poet to this day, he wrote many verses on love, spirituality and religious tolerance. A book ...


  19. Impromptus todayRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 20, 2015 | National Review Online

    I think governments and individuals alike can leave it to New York Times editorialists to reject attempts to undermine socialism. Why spring for those expensive ads, especially when oil revenue is down? I'm reminded of the new secretary of state, Hillary Clinton, in February 2009.


  20. Ani, Babylon, Pompeii: The Must-Visit 'Lost Cities'Read the original story

    Mar 20, 2015 | Groong

    ANI, BABYLON, POMPEII: THE MUST-VISIT 'LOST CITIES' 16:16, 20 Mar 2015 Siranush Ghazanchyan The 'lost cities' that you can still visit: MailOnline Travel has compiled a list of 10 must-visit 'lost cities,' guaranteed to satisfy everyone from history buffs to backpackers. >From the ancient city of Babylon in Iraq, also home to the mythical hanging gardens that have been named one of the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World, to the medieval Armenian ruins of Ani, Turkey, these civilizations of yesteryear are nothing short of awe-inspiring.