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Admin30.08.2021

Iran Shows Off New Underwater Weapon

The greenery grown for the setting is thrown away, particularly into a running water.
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Admin28.08.2021

Iran Unveils Its New Sea Base Warship That Looks Like A Floating Arms Bazaar

Following the demise of the caliphate and the subsequent re-emergence of Iranian dynasties such as the and , Nowruz became an even more important event.
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Admin04.09.2021

'A soldier': New Iranian President Raisi comes to power with clear hard

It is usually celebrated in the evening by performing rituals such as jumping over and lighting off and.
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Admin18.08.2021

Iran's new foreign minister may bring 'tough line' to nuclear talks

'new day' is the Iranian New Year, also known as the Persian New Year, which begins on the , marking the first day of , the first month of the.
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Admin25.06.2021

Iran Unveils Its New Sea Base Warship That Looks Like A Floating Arms Bazaar

celebrates Nowruz in the 17th century Observed by• It has been suggested that the famous complex, or at least the palace of and the Hundred Columns Hall, were built for the specific purpose of celebrating a feast related to Nowruz.
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Admin02.08.2021

Iran News Daily

That stance has been a cause for concern for many Iranian people and human rights activists, who fear that would restrict the public free access to information.
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Admin17.06.2021

Iran Unveils Its New Sea Base Warship That Looks Like A Floating Arms Bazaar

Also in London, organizers estimated that 25,000 people celebrated Newroz during March 2006.
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Admin22.07.2021

Iran Shows Off New Underwater Weapon

It began in 1969 and then ended with the beginning of the Iranian revolution in 1979.
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Admin18.06.2021

Iran Unveils Its New Sea Base Warship That Looks Like A Floating Arms Bazaar

Tradition of Nowruz in dates back to the ; the festival was celebrated for 19 days with pomp and gaiety in the realm.
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Admin16.06.2021

'A soldier': New Iranian President Raisi comes to power with clear hard

In Volume 10: Interreligious Dialogue.
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