Tehran [Iran], Oct. 22 (ANI / Xinhua): Iran’s health ministry on Thursday reported 11,788 new cases of COVID-19, bringing the total number of infections in the country to 5,833,525. According to an official briefing posted on the ministry’s official website, the pandemic has so far claimed 124,763 lives nationwide, after 178 new deaths were recorded …

Almost everyone in Iran has been infected with the coronavirus at some point during the COVID-19 pandemic, and some have caught the virus more than once, but the country still has not achieved herd immunity, the New scientist To reported. Instead of collective immunity, the trade publication said, Iran was witnessing a new wave of …

Once again, Marji finds herself a rebel, briefly detained by the Revolutionary Guards for sporting Nike’s on the black market, struggling at school for announcing in class that, contrary to the teacher’s lies, there are a hundred times more political prisoners under the revolution than there were under the shah. Once again, Marji notes, it …

BASIMA: Maulana Hidayatur Rehman Baloch, secretary general of the Balochistan branch of Jamaat-i-Islami, criticized the closure of the Pak-Iran border and urged the authorities to reopen the border for business activities. He announced that he would assemble 100,000 people to force the authorities to reopen the border in order to allow hundreds of thousands of …

Iran plans to abandon production of its Fakhravac Covid-19 vaccine due to lack of demand, its defense ministry announced on Tuesday. The other five national Covid vaccines could also be at risk, as the Iranians have shown they prefer imported vaccines. Iran’s vaccines have been compromised by the health ministry’s decision to renege on its …

The bomb blast was the deadliest attack in the capital Damascus since 2017 A rare bombing of an army bus in Damascus and a bombing soon after of a rebel-controlled town in northwest Syria killed at least 27 people on Wednesday in the deadliest outbreak of violence for months. Two bombs planted on an army …

Hassan Nasrallah, the leader of the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah turned political party, claimed that the organization had 100,000 active militiamen – a statistic which, if true, would make the group larger than the Lebanese army itself. Nasrallah made the announcement during a speech after seven Lebanese were killed in a shooting in Beirut, the …

For Afkhami, collecting so much comes from a desire to tell new stories, it is also a game of critical decision-making during chance encounters. When he first saw Farhad Moshiri Yek Donia (2007) in a 2007 Christie’s auction catalog, Afkhami overlooked the artist’s depiction of a world map encrusted with 90,000 Swarovski crystals and thought …

The injured from the recent terrorist attack on the Kandahar Fatemieh Mosque in Afghanistan have been transferred to Iran for treatment. AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): The injured from the recent terrorist attack on the Kandahar Fatemieh Mosque in Afghanistan have been transferred to Iran for treatment. Afghans injured in Friday’s terrorist attack on the Fatemieh …

An archive photo of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad | Communal room Text size: A- A + New Delhi: The conflict in Syria has taken a new turn in recent months: after a decade of pariah, the government of Bashar al-Assad is now renewing ties with its neighbors, even as civil war continues to ravage the …