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Early humans in Iran were growing wheat 12000 years ago
Now, a detailed history of plant cultivation gleaned from sediments at the Chogha Golan site in Iran suggest that the eastern section of the Fertile Crescent was as active as better known sites in the west. A group of scientists present their findings ...
Evidence of Ancient Farming in Iran Discovered
Agriculture's roots spread east to Iran
Archaeology News: Agriculture's Roots Extend to Ancient Iran With Cultivation ...
Iran's Clerics See a Moral in Morsi's Fall
Wall Street Journal- India
A chorus of Friday prayer sermons across Iran by representatives of Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei slammed Mr. Morsi and the Brotherhood for choosing not to sever ties with Israel, honoring Egypt's peace accord with the Jewish state, and ...
Iran Lawmaker: Morsi Failed to Gain Military Sway
Iranian Ayatollahs Blame Morsi's "Pro-Israeli, Pro-US" Stance For Egyptian Crisis
Iran urges Egyptians to remain vigilant
Iran and a nuclear bomb: Jack Straw and Melanie Phillips
There was no evidence that Iran has been building a nuclear bomb, said a former British foreign secretary. Jack Straw said he was not naive about Iran, but things were looking "more hopeful" with the new president-elect Hassan Rouhani. He was debating ...
Farming Got Hip In Iran Some 12000 Years Ago, Ancient Seeds Reveal
Archaeologists digging in the foothills of Iran's Zagros Mountains have discovered the remains of a Stone Age farming community. It turns out that people living there were growing plants like barley, peas and lentils as early as 12,000 years ago. The ...
Ancient farming tools found in Iran
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Slovak paragliders held in Iran explorers, not spies: friends
BRATISLAVA (AFP) – Iran suspects them of spying, but friends of eight Slovak paragliders detained in May know them as freedom-loving adrenalin junkies who travel the world to film high-flying documentaries. "They have artistic backgrounds," said ...
What will Iran's new president do? His memoir offers some clues.
Published in Iran and available only in Persian, the book covers Rouhani's time as the country's chief negotiator on nuclear policy, from 2003 to 2005. The man who jumps out of these pages is an establishment figure with a deep commitment to the ...
Military action on Syria serves Israel security: Iran envoy
Rouhani Win Could Bring Dividends in Syria
Iran in Latin America: State Department Ignores Allies
The State Department recently released a report to Congress assessing the threat posed by Iran in the Western Hemisphere. Regrettably, it seems that the State Department neglected to consult with U.S. allies in Latin America and ignored research that ...
Argentina General Prosecutor stands by Iran against US-Israeli lobbies
Iran must attend Geneva 2 peace conference, Russia says
A high-ranking Russian official says Moscow is strongly opposed to a repetition of the Libya scenario in Syria and believes that representatives of all Syrian parties, as well as neighboring countries and Iran, should attend the upcoming Geneva talks ...
US quietly invites Iran to talks based on 'mutual respect'
The U.S. State Department has quietly offered to enter into bilateral talks with Iran based on “mutual respect,” according to an interview an American diplomat gave to the Islamic republic's state-run media. In the interview, which was mysteriously ...
Russia worried by lack of progress towards Iran nuclear talks
Exclusive: Iran importing missile-grade ore from Germany, France
US should ease anti-Iran sanctions: Former US envoy
Fringe Festival: Playwright portrays the fear of being gay in Iran
For Izad Etemadi, if there's ever been a time to talk about being gay in Iran, that time is now. The United States Supreme Court recently ruled that the Defense of Marriage Act is unconstitutional. Queer Canadians are freely getting married and divorced.