Tehran, Dec 18, IRNA – A passenger plane was forced to make emergency landing at Tehran's Mehrabad Airport on Monday morning minutes after it left the airport.
Tehran, Dec 18, IRNA - Soheil Ahmadipour, the Iranian eight-year-old student by drawing a happy and active rural life where men and women work together to make the best use of land, water and soil,
Azerbaijani dancers will bring Nutcracker to life with exquisite dancing, beautiful sets and Tchaikovsky's glorious score.
Moscow, Dec 18, IRNA - A Persian language center was opened in a school in Armenian capital city, Yerevan, in a ceremony attended by Iranian Ambassador to Yerevan Kazem Sajjadi.
Brooklynn Prince (“The Florida Project”) and Lois Smith (“Marjorie Prime”) are 80 years apart. But they had plenty to talk about, like showbiz and ice cream.
Ankara, Dec 18, IRNA - A charity market was launched in the Nicosia, Cyprus on Monday to present humanitarian donations to the needy people on the threshold of the new Christian year.
There are things people want you to know about them, and things they don’t. This is the mask worn every day by most of us to hide our inner selves.
Dolls are more than just the playthings of children. From flawless face to beautiful dress, dolls are impressive works of art.
Tehran, Dec 18, IRNA - A 4-magnitude earthquake jolted the village of Tazehabad in western province of Kermanshah on Monday.
Tehran, Dec 18, IRNA - The following headlines appeared in local English language newspapers on Monday:
Baku residents enjoyed another spectacular evening of mugham music, organized TV channel "M?d?niyy?t"(Culture) and International Mugham Center.
Kit Harington stars in “Gunpowder.” And a documentary about a record-breaking teenage weight lifter, “Supergirl,” airs on PBS.
There's a stark new reality facing entertainment industry productions, studios and organizations: how to grapple with often far-reaching collateral d
In Claire van Kampen’s strange, enchanting “Farinelli and the King,” from Shakespeare’s Globe in London, music hath charms to spare.
If you ever need support, go find the nearest bench of grandmothers sitting and chatting.
Mr. Ransohoff was a force behind both light television fare like “Mister Ed” and substantive movies like “The Americanization of Emily.”
He became famous for his shots of Janis Joplin and the Grateful Dead. His later subjects included Chuck Yeager and Gen. James Doolittle.
The actresses Alyssa Milano and Minnie Driver, among others, issued swift critiques of the comments Mr. Damon made during a recent ABC News interview.
The sprawling life of a New York titan is given superficial treatment — and set to rock music — in this show.
Tehran, Dec 17, IRNA – The newly-appointed head of the Iranian Space Agency said on Sunday that Iran's 10-year space plan will be written and approved by the Supreme Space Council during his te