Soraya Lennie

Soraya Lennie


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Be­ing bet­ter off in the im­pov­er­ished coun­try means more dead­ly at­tacks by at­ten­tion-seek­ing Tal­iban.

Published On 25 Dec 2014

Simin Be­hba­hani, whose po­et­ry was quot­ed by Barack Oba­ma, has died aged 87. But her work lives on.

Published On 25 Oct 2014

A year af­ter Iran’s pres­i­dent first in­tro­duced him­self to the world, his UN speech this time had greater ur­gency.

Published On 19 Oct 2014

Bor­ders be­tween Syr­ia and Iraq are al­ready falling and ISIL is es­tab­lish­ing its new ‘state’ on Iran’s doorstep.

Published On 27 Jun 2014

Meet Ebrahim As­gharzadeh, a key play­er in the US hostage cri­sis which shook in­ter­na­tion­al re­la­tions for decades.

Published On 11 Feb 2014

Tehra­nis ex­press hope the agree­ment’s im­ple­men­ta­tion Mon­day will ease their eco­nom­ic hard­ships.

Published On 20 Jan 2014

A deal with the West on nu­clear en­rich­ment has giv­en hope to many Ira­ni­ans strug­gling un­der sanc­tions.

Published On 27 Dec 2013

Thir­ty-four years af­ter siege of US em­bassy in Tehran, there is still seething anger to­wards the Unit­ed States.

Published On 23 Nov 2013

A dif­fer­ent for­eign pol­i­cy ap­proach will be a wel­come re­lief to many Ira­ni­ans, tired of be­ing an in­ter­na­tion­al pari­ah.

Published On 15 Oct 2013