Iran Claims World’s Second-Largest Lithium Deposit
Iran’s Ministry of Industry, Mines, and Trade claimed on Monday that the Iranian province of Hamedan holds 8.5 million tons of lithium. This new reserve of lithium surpasses Chile's 9.2 million metric tons of lithium, as recorded by the U.S....
Karaftu Caves, The Mysterious Lair of Hercules in Western Iran
The Caves of Karaftu are a magnificent spectacle formed by both nature and human activity over the course of millennia.
Second Protestor Executed in Iran
On Monday, a second protestor was executed in Iran. Iranian authorities announced that they had executed Majidreza Rahnavard, a 23-year-old man, by hanging in the city of Mashhad. Human rights groups are alarmed by the speed at which Iran's judiciary...
Iran to Scrap Morality Police, Attorney General Says
The Iranian government will reportedly do away with its morality police, according to Attorney General Mohammad Jafar Montazeri of Iran. Iran has been gripped by unrest since the death of a twenty-two-year-old woman, Mahsa Amini, in the custody of the...
Football Unites: US Player Comforts Iran Opponents at World Cup
The animosity between Iran and the US was not reflected on the pitch of the World Cup game on Tuesday between the national teams who fought hard to advance to the knockout stage of the completion. After the Americans sealed...
Greek Tankers Seized by Iran Released After Almost 6 Months
Two Greek-flagged tankers that were seized by Iran in May 2022 were released on Wednesday and are on their way to the port of Piraeus in Greece. After almost six months of negotiations between Athens and Tehran, "Prudent Warrior" and...
Protesters Taking Part in Rebellion in Iran Face Trials
Protestors who have taken part in the insurgent rebellion in Iran are now facing trials. The forms they take are however not certain. Iran is holding trials for the Mahsa Amini rebels, bringing charges against almost a thousand people in...
Protests Raging Anew in Iran as Authorities Crackdown on Thousands
Protests in Iran are raging anew as authorise crackdown on thousands of mourners of Nika Shakarami. The gatherings to mark the 40th day of the young woman’s death however soon turned violent. Rallies evidently took place in Khorramabad yesterday, where...
World’s Dirtiest Man Dies After First Wash in 50 Years
An Iranian dubbed "the world's dirtiest man" has died at the age of 94 just months after washing for the first time in decades. Amou Haji was a hermit who had refused to use soap and water for more than...
Iranian Athlete Who Competed Without a Hijab Returns Home a Heroine
Iranian athlete Elnaz Rekabi, who took part in an international climbing competition without wearing a hijab, returned to Tehran on Wednesday to a hero's welcome. A large crowd at Tehran airport greeted her as she arrived from Seoul, South Korea...