Daughter of Fatemeh Haddad Adel

In an exclusive interview with Iran International, the US Special Representative for Iran, Brian Hook, said: “You only need to look around the world and on Facebook and Instagram to see the rich conditions in which the children of Islamic Republic officials live.” Read More »

Artists’ reaction to vaccine injection

More than 15,941,000 people have now received their first dose of the Covid vaccine in the UK, but the majority of the country is still eagerly awaiting the chance to get the jab. Read More »

Ardeshir Zahedi at Ali Vaez wedding

The National Iranian American Council (NIAC) is a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization founded in 2002 to give voice to the Iranian-American community. As one of the most highly educated minority groups in the United States, Iranian Americans have achieved success on many levels – technological, scientific, academic, and economic life – yet our community’s contributions to American civic life has been ... Read More »

Taji Ahmadi Voice over artist

Building a voice over business has never been easier, but that doesn’t mean it doesn’t take work. Every savvy voice over actor knows that finding voice over work online takes time. Booking voice over work doesn’t simply involve auditioning for every voice acting job under the sun, but instead requires that serious effort is invested into scoping out the right ... Read More »

9 essential tips to protect children from strangers

The concept of strangers is very confusing and convoluted for children. We tell them not to talk to strangers, but they see mom and dad exchange comments with strangers at the grocery store, help someone put their groceries in their car, or even help them look for their lost pet. Read More »

Sharmineh Narvani

Sharmine Narwani is a commentator and analyst of Middle East geopolitics. She is a former senior associate at St. Antony’s College, Oxford University and has a master’s degree in International Relations from Columbia University. Sharmine has written commentary for a wide array of publications, including Al Akhbar English, the New York Times, the Guardian, Asia Times Online, Salon.com, USA Today, ... Read More »

Shahram Nazeri’s birthday

Shahram Nazeri is one of  most celebrated singers and a master of the Persian classical and Sufi repertoires. He was born to a musical Kurdish family in Kermanshah, on 18 February 1950. At the age of eight he joined Sufi ensembles and When he was eleven, he sang on Iranian national television. and started to study the traditional repertoire or ... Read More »

Birthday of Sougal Tahmasebi and Aram Jafari

Birthday parties looked different this year due to the ongoing COVID-19 epidemic, but families still found a way to make their their loved ones’ milestones feel extra special. From breakfast in bed to socially distanced parades, see how America celebrated safely — and joyfully — at home. Read More »

NASCAR’s first female Arab-American driver

Toni Breidinger made history as the first Arab-American female driver to compete in a NASCAR national series after she made her debut at Daytona International Speedway over the weekend. The 21-year-old on Monday told CBS News it was “exciting” to be a trailblazer. Read More »

Pictures of Golnoosh Khaleghi

Born in 1319 in Tehran. In 1330, he entered the National Conservatory of Music. In piano, she was taught by Hossein Saba and Javad Maroufi and learned harmony from Mustafa Portrab. After receiving the diploma of the National Conservatory of Music with the first rank, she entered the Higher Conservatory of Music in 1338, and after a year of studying ... Read More »