Clear all search history
Law & Crime
Disasters & Accidents
War & Conflict
Hospitality & Recreation
Isfahan articles over last 30 days
articles last 30 days
articles per day
Mentioned in this news
What we get wrong about Iran
... America," exclaimed the smiling Iranian official at passport control when I arrived at 2:30 a.m. in Shiraz, Iran. They weren't the first words I expected to hear in a country known for its...
Read more at KESQ Palm Springs
U.S. Embassy in Tehran
Researchers Link Pistachios to Lower Blood Pressu...
FRESNO, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Pistachio nuts, singled out among other nuts, seem to have the strongest effect on reducing blood pressure in adults. This is according to a recent review and...
Read more at Business Wire
Ayatollah's daughter preaches Israel-Iran peace
Maryam Faghih Imani seems an unlikely candidate to give an address that will touch on making peace between Israelis and Iranians, as she will at an international forum in Oslo Wednesday. After all,...
Read more at KTXS Abilene
US Federal Reserve
Celebrating Strayhorn with Joshua White
... created after spending several minutes hammering one note. The pianist absorbed Strayhorn's "
" through a decidedly Monk-ish filter with advanced harmonies and quirky rhythms, yielding...
Read more at NBC San Diego
The JBD Trio jazz concert at American Center
A recent concert at the American Center got tremendous response from music-lovers. A journey to the middle of the good old days of jazz, but not via the main road; rather, a detour that leads toward...
Read more at The Hindu
WTF: The climax to the Iranian season ended with ...
The climax to the Iranian season was a complete shambles this weekend, as Tractor Sazi thought they had won the league, only to later find out that they had only come runners-up. Going into the final...
Read more at 101 Great Goals
Centrality of Lucknow in world's Shia culture (Co...
Centrality of Lucknow in world's Shia culture (Comment: Special to IANS) It was an important admission because this very fact had been denied at the time of the Iranian revolution in 1979 by the...
Read more at New Kerala
Iran’s women in chains
REUTERSWomen may look freer in Tehran, but some of the most repressive legislation in the history of the Islamic Republic has been put forward in the past two years, says the writer. File picture:...
Read more at iol.co.za
Multicultural road trip
When worlds collide, you usually find drama. They might be planets in a sci-fi movie, but those worlds can be earthbound and still create tectonic drama. The worlds that collide in
Read more at Bay Area Reporter
Department of State
Daughter of the Iranian Revolution
I sometimes find myself looking at my parents, thinking on just how much life they had lived before I came into the picture. Not only in terms of our family — I’m the youngest child by ten years,...
Read more at New University
Shah Reza Pahlavi
Troy High School
Duke Ellington’s spirit electrifies ‘Isfahan Blue...
... they meet in a nightclub in Iran he's a fish out of water. But in many ways she’s the same thing. She’s a young woman who is surrounded by all of these men who are either protecting her or are...
Read more at The San Francisco Examiner
Music & glamour in a memory play
She was an Iranian film star who didn't see her own movies, a celebrity who stayed home because she didn't like to be recognized. "People would sometimes think you were the character you played, and...
Read more at Bay Area Reporter
Ameneh Bahrami: was I right to pardon the man who...
One autumn afternoon 10 years ago, Ameneh Bahrami was leaving work in Tehran when she was confronted by a young man she had repeatedly refused to marry. The stubborn suitor, unable to cope with...
Read more at Guardian Unlimited
100 Years Ago, 1.5 Million Armenians Were Systema...
ISTANBUL -- On April 24, 1915, Ottoman Turkish authorities hauled off Daniel Varoujan, a leading Armenian poet of the time, along with over 200 other intellectuals in the capital Constantinople. To...
Read more at
The Huffington Post
The Moscow Times
+ 463 more articles
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Iran’s political economy under and after the sanc...
A shopkeeper counts Iranian bank notes at his shop in a bazaar in Tehran on Feb. 25, 2012. (Raheb Homavandi/Files/Reuters) That new market smell is in the air. Tehran’s hotel ballrooms are filling up...
Read more at Washington Post
Latest from Twitter
Parts of this website powered by Open Calais, a toolkit for rich semantic metadata extraction.
Interceder is a topic search engine aggregating the latest news on any topic into a single window of information. This page has been automatically generated. To contact Interceder
Your privacy is important. Interceder does not collect and keep any personal information about visitors to the site. Interceder may use third-party advertising companies to serve ads. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address, or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements on this website, other websites, and other forms of media about goods and services of interest to you.