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Khaled Amareh: Egypt is Peaceful for Iranian Tourists

As the Egyptian crisis is still continuing and claiming the lives of protestors, Iranian tourists are visiting this Arab state without any problem. Last year, the officials of Iranian and Egyptian governments decided to resume exchanging visitors after thirty years. Until now, thousands of tourists have left Iran for Egypt. Head of Egypt's interest section in Iran, Khaled Amareh, said on Monday that Iranian ...

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Iranian Police Caution Ramadan Fast-Breakers

Unofficial statistics offer that almost 50% of Iranians do not fast during the holy month of Ramadan. A group of people go underground or even in public eating and drinking during Ramadan. Today, Iranian police issued a statement and cautioned Ramadan fast-breakers. “We sincerely urge people to avoid eating or drinking in public during the fasting month of Ramadan. Islamic guidelines suggest that Muslims sh ...

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Indonesian Police Arrest 71 Illegal Immigrants from Iran

Indonesian Police announced on Saturday that 71 illegal immigrants, who were trying to leave Indonesia for Australia, have been detained. Accordingly, the illegal immigrants were stuck in sea and they couldn’t manage to rescue themselves from the conditions. “A Fishman reported the situation to marine police. We managed to rescue all 71 illegal immigrants from hard conditions. Currently, they are in custody ...

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Emirates Keep on Deporting Iranians from Dubai

During the past months, Emirates have expelled more than 500 Iranians who used to reside in Dubai legally. According to local media reports, the Arab state doesn’t offer any reason for this move. But socialists suggest that Emirates is taking anti-Shiaa policies as hard-liners have managed to take the power in this country. Mostafa Mohammad-Najjar, Iranian interior minister, has previously criticized the go ...

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Child Labor is a Widespread Phenomenon in Iran’s Sistan and Baluchestan Province

The recent developments in Iran’s economy have made many children in Sistan and Baluchestan Province to work in local workhouses and companies. Due to the traditional structure of Sistan and Baluchestan Province, there are only a few child foundations operating in this region to defend the rights of children. “The current economic problems in Sistan and Baluchestan Province have made many troubles for child ...

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Iran’s Police Chief Confirms Rowhani’s Views on Morality Police

Law Enforcement Forces (LEF) Commander BG Esmail Ahmadi Moghaddam said on Thursday that he agrees with Iranian new president, Hassan Rowhani, about the operations of morality police in local major cities. Earlier, Rowhani told local media that he doesn’t confirm the current behavior of Iranian morality police toward young girls and women in streets. The morality police questions, blames and punishes people ...

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6 Students Lost their Lives in Caspian Sea

According to local media reports, 6 students have lost their lives in Caspian Sea. Dr Farzad Bozorgi, the managing director of Red Crescent in Mazandaran province of Iran, has confirmed these reports. “This event has been happened in Izad Shahr near the city of Noor.” Bozorgi said. Accordingly, 30 students decided to go for swimming in Caspian Sea yesterday. “As the conditions of sea were critical, 6 studen ...

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Socialists Warn About the New Generation of Drug Abusers in Iran

During the recent years, the number of drug addicts has been increased dramatically in Iran. Last year, the officials of Islamic Republic announced that around 130,000 people are being addicted to various drugs each year. However, unofficial statistics suggest that the reported number is undervalued since the government of Iran is trying to hide the real number of drug abusers. Majid Abhari, an Iranian acti ...

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Saudi Arabia Asks Iran to Decrease the Number of Pilgrims by 20%

Hajj Minister Bandar bin Mohammad Al-Hajar has asked his Iranian counterpart to consider decreasing the number of Iranian pilgrims to Mecca and Medina by 20%. According to the letter written by Mohammad Al-Hajar, Saudi Arabia is going to start the next phase of Haramain expansion project. “As the Saudi Arabia is working hard to finish expansion project of Haramain Sharifain, we kindly ask the government of ...

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Iranian Government to Allocate Subsidies to Labors for Ramadan

The Iranian government has announced on Saturday that certain subsidies will be allocated to labors for Ramadan. During the recent years, labors’ families have experienced difficulties for accessing to food materials in the holy month of Ramadan. “According to agreements with Iranian government, certain subsidies will be allocated to labors in all around the country.” The announcement published by Labors’ H ...

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