Politics

Carla Bruni and Nicolas Sarkozy canne 2022

The former first lady of France, posed up a storm in her long-sleeved slinky YSL dress which boasted ruched panels, which hugged her famous figure. The dress also featured a drop waist and dramatic skirt which cascaded behind the model. Carla Bruni let her long hair hang loose in soft curls, with her trademark fringe framing her face. As for ... Read More »

Princess Fawzieh Fuad Jahanbani

Fawzia Jahanbani daughter of princess Shahnaz Pahlavi and Khosrow Jahanbani was born in 1973 and her brother Keykhosrow Jahanbani son of princess Shahnaz Pahlavi and Khosrow Jahanbani was born in 1971. In many ways, the early life of Princess Fawzia of Egypt sounds like that of a fairytale. A beautiful princess with movie star good looks that saw her compared ... Read More »

Advisor to speaker of majlis seen in Dubai

Majid Hosseini, born in 1979 in Mashhad, is a fundamentalist writer, journalist and media activist. He holds a PhD in Political Science from the University of Tehran and is one of the top candidates in the national entrance exam. He is currently a lecturer on political and social issues and an assistant professor at the Faculty of Law and Political ... Read More »

People line up for photos with former president

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Parade Celebrates Nowruz on Madison Avenue

Thousands of people crowded the parade route on Madison Avenue for the return of the Persian Day Parade. The parade celebrates Nowruz, the Persian New Year and also coincides with Spring equinox. Many of the dancers wore bright colors to signify the return of life to the land as winter leaves and spring arrives. Persia refers to a region in ... Read More »

17th wedding anniversary to The Prince of Wales

This week marks Prince Charles and Camilla Parker Bowles’ 17th wedding anniversary – where the heck did that time go!? – but, while the happy couple will be celebrating nearly two decades of wedded bliss, many royal fans are still wondering: Why wasn’t the Queen at their wedding? Yep, despite being the head of the Monarchy and Prince Charles’ mum, ... Read More »

About Shahrazad Pahlavi

Mehrdad Pahlbod — who died three years ago this month — was for 51 years the husband of Princess Shams, the sister of Mohammad Reza Shah. The couple had three children. Between 1964 and 1978, Mr. Pahlbod served as Iran’s Minister of Culture and the Arts. After the Revolution, he and his family settled in the United States. Late in ... Read More »

Madeleine Albright used jewelry as a diplomatic tool

A golden bird with a pearl On December 5, 1996, President Clinton nominated Madeleine Albright to serve as the country’s sixty-fourth Secretary of State. She was sworn in on January 23, 1997. In honor of the occasion, she acquired this antique eagle pin. To her subsequent dismay, she failed to notice that the complicated clasp was not fastened properly. At ... Read More »

Nowruz this year by the National Union for Democracy

NUFDI is a non-profit, non-partisan organization made up of Iranian-Americans of all backgrounds dedicated to the cause of justice who closely follow events in their home country of Iran. Those events are defined by the Iranian people’s ongoing fight for justice, democracy, and equality. We view it as our responsibility to promote their demands for the same rights that we ... Read More »

Emmanuel Macron goes for the Zelensky look

Dressed in a hoodie bearing the logo of an elite parachute unit, or with his head in his hands as he deals with the current crisis, recent photos of President Macron at work bear an uncanny resemblance to other wartime leaders — but his critics are not convinced by the image being portrayed. “The Zelensky effect,” tweeted Raphael Grably, a ... Read More »