Month: April 2020

  • Cultural HeritagePhoto of UNESCO Hails Initiatives of Yazd amid Pandemic

    UNESCO Hails Initiatives of Yazd amid Pandemic

    Mohsen Abbasi added that a video clip aiming at introducing Yazd and its moves carried out to fight against coronavirus pandemic was created and went viral with millions of views. Launching virtual market on local handicraft as well as initiating a campaign for introducing the universal value of Yazd could be regarded as the most important measures taken in pandemic…

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  • WorldPhoto of Mountain in Swiss Lit Up with Projection of Iran’s Flag

    Mountain in Swiss Lit Up with Projection of Iran’s Flag

    As the Swiss embassy announced on an Instagram post on Sunday, the red, white and blue emblem was projected onto the Matterhorn, a mountain of the Alps, straddling the main watershed and border between Switzerland and Italy. The move has been welcomed by Iranian social media users. For almost a month, in the past recent month and amid the Covid-19…

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  • LifePhoto of Breakthrough Discovery in HIV Research

    Breakthrough Discovery in HIV Research

    “This functional diversity is essential for the virus to replicate in the body. The virus has to have a proper balance between the two forms of RNA,” says Joshua Brown, the lead author on the study. “For decades, the scientific community has known that two different structural forms of HIV RNA exist — they just didn’t know what controls that…

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  • LifePhoto of Lake Urmia Water Level Reaches 5bln Cubic Meters

    Lake Urmia Water Level Reaches 5bln Cubic Meters

    Sarkhosh said that now the lake’s level stands at 1,271.8 meters above sea level, or 21 centimeters more than the water level on last year’s same day, thanks to the heavy rainfalls for the recent months. “The lake is now covering some 3,178 square kilometers of land, indicating a 142 square km increase since last year,” he added. Shared between…

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  • Cultural HeritagePhoto of Iran to Take Back Relics from Europe via Interpol

    Iran to Take Back Relics from Europe via Interpol

    “According to the Interpol, a European bank was repairing its building. They reopened the safe deposit box inside the bank during which they realized that the owner of one of the boxes holds a number of antique gold and silver objects in its box,” Shirzad said. “Ragarding the importance of the issue, through examinations by experienced cultural heritage experts, it…

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  • LifePhoto of Virtual Home Baking Festival Will Be Held in Zanjan

    Virtual Home Baking Festival Will Be Held in Zanjan

    According to Ayar Eqtesad, quoting the Zanjan Cultural Heritage Office, Amir Arjomand said that the provincial festival of home baking for the holy month of Ramadan will be held virtually in Zanjan province, adding that the festival aims to promote the preparation of homemade sweets from raw materials. It is natural and healthy. He continued: “In this festival, participants cook…

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  • LifePhoto of Persian Gulf, Witness to Iran’s Brilliant History

    Persian Gulf, Witness to Iran’s Brilliant History

    The arrival of the 10th of Ordibehesht, the National Day of the Persian Gulf, is a reminder of the authority, glory and hope of Iran and Iranians and a precious legacy that free-thinking Iranians have left for us to always be a source of pride and pride for us and future generations. There is another title for this sea besides…

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  • LifePhoto of Iran Celebrates Persian Gulf National Day

    Iran Celebrates Persian Gulf National Day

    The Persian Gulf borders Iran to the north, Kuwait and Iraq to the west, and Bahrain, Bahrain, and the United Arab Emirates to the south. It covers an area of 240,000 km and is the third largest in the world after the Gulf of Mexico and Hudson Bay. The Persian Gulf is connected to the Oman Sea by the Strait…

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  • TourismPhoto of World of Tourism to Grow more Intellectually Smart in Post-Corona Era

    World of Tourism to Grow more Intellectually Smart in Post-Corona Era

    Ali Shadlou, a tourism teacher and crisis management expert, told Mehr about the post-Corona tourism situation: “Crisis has always been instructive, even in the field of psychological education. He added: “In the language of crisis management science, communities that have faced different crises are behaving differently.” For example, Japan is a small country that is considered the safest country against…

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  • LifePhoto of Chess Legend Kasparov to Take Part in Online Nations Cup Tournament

    Chess Legend Kasparov to Take Part in Online Nations Cup Tournament

    According to the Guardians, some big names from recent decades will take part as Russia, the United States, Europe, China, India and a Rest of the World team compete amid the coronavirus crisis with a prize fund of $180,000 (£146,000). Former world champions Kasparov, Vladimir Kramnik and Viswanathan Anand as well as the 16-year-old Iranian Alireza Firouzja will be among the competitors with…

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