TEHRAN – A team of Iranian and German archeologists and researchers on Wednesday commenced research at Hasanabad-e Tall Kamin, a prehistoric site located on the outskirts of Marvdasht in the southern province of Fars.
TEHRAN – Stucco revetment in Iranian architecture of the Islamic era will be discussed at the University of Kashan during a two-day conference, which is scheduled to open on Saturday.
TEHRAN – A senior German archaeologist has said Bronze Age Iranian relics, which are currently on show in Bonn, demonstrate conquer of the nature’s wild forces by the means of crafting divine beings doing superhuman things.
By Elmira Bayrasli
Turkish democracy is on life support. On April 16, Turks will vote on 18 amendments to their country’s Constitution, including whether to abolish the office of the prime minister and transfer its powers to the president.
TEHRAN – Separate exhibitions on Iran’s prehistoric cultural heritage and Persian Garden open to the public today at the Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany -- Kunst und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland – in Bonn.
TEHRAN – A group of Iranian musicians will come together at Kleiner Konzertsaal im Gasteig in Munich, Germany to perform pieces from Iranian traditional music on May 14.
In less than two weeks’ time, France will go to the polls.
By Martin Kettle
At the end of last week I sat in the spacious and splendidly restored country home of a former prime minister of Prussia, some 50 kilometers from the German-Polish border, and listened to two speeches in English. The first was given by Philip Hammond. The second, a couple of hours later, was given by Boris Johnson. Both professed undying friendship, respect and regard for Germany. Johnson even paraded a hitherto concealed family connection with the city of Stuttgart.
By Adam Taylor
Nice, Berlin, London and now Stockholm. Over the past year, terrorist attacks using vehicles have become a sad fact of life in Europe.
By Richard W. Rahn
April 6 marks the 100th anniversary of the U.S. entry into World War I — a war that claimed the lives of about 38 million people.
By Dominique Moisi
Sixty years after the signing of the Treaty of Rome, France is poised to hold an election that could make or break the European Union.
TEHRAN- According to the latest report of Iranian Finance Ministry, the country approved attraction of $12.48 billion of foreign investments as of the implementation of its nuclear deal with the world powers in January 2016, Mehr news agency reported on Saturday.
TEHRAN - German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier congratulated President Hassan Rouhani on Noruz, Iran’s ancient festive which marks the beginning of the New Year in the country.
TEHRAN – Iranian filmmaker Qorban Mohammadpur’s melodrama “Salam Mumbai” will have its European premiere at several German cities on March 31.
By Maximilian Popp
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, it seemed, had run out of stories to tell. He had retold the legend of his rise from the very bottom of society to the political pinnacle, and of his energetic battle against his country's enemies, so often that his referendum campaign had long felt like a repeat of earlier elections.
Seyed Mohammad Hashemi
CNN's Fareed Zakaria on his GPS program said in February that “a senior European leader who attended the Munich Security Conference last week (17-19 Feb.) observed that despite some reassuring words from senior American officials, many of us are convinced that the White House is trying to elect Le Pen in France and defeat Merkel in Germany. And there is heavy talk Stephen Bannon about weakening the European Union and destroying the established order.”
By Markus Feldenkirchen
The fear that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan might cancel the refugee deal and allow masses of migrants to make their way to Germany has shackled Angela Merkel's policies toward the autocratic leader. It's time to come up with a European solution that decreases our dependence on Turkey.
By MAX FISHER
An idea, once unthinkable, is gaining attention in European policy circles: a European Union nuclear weapons program.
TEHRAN – Zahra Ahmadipour, the director of the Cultural Heritage, Tourism and Handicrafts Organization, left Tehran for Germany on Monday to attend the opening ceremony of the Internationale Tourismus-Börse Berlin (ITB Berlin), which runs from March 8 to 12.
By Janet Street Porter
At the moment, too many working-class boys are underperforming, lacking in motivation, technical and social skills. In short, many are unemployable. It may be time for a radical solution
TEHRAN – Iranian director Amir-Reza Kuhestani is scheduled to stage German composer Richard Wagner’s Tannhäuser in Darmstadt, Hesse, Germany.
TEHRAN – The secretary of Iran’s Supreme National Security Council on Tuesday congratulated Frank-Walter Steinmeier on his election as Germany’s next president.
TEHRAN – Iran’s foreign minister has congratulated his former German counterpart Frank-Walter Steinmeier on his new post as president of the Western European country.
TEHRAN – Iran’s deputy foreign minister for Europe and Americas on Tuesday met with his German counterpart in Berlin, the Iranian Foreign Ministry reported.
By Klaus Brinkbäumer
There are times in life that really do count. Times when a person's character is revealed, when the important is separated from the unimportant.
TEHRAN- A 20-member German trade delegation dispatched by the Federal State of Rhineland-Palatinate attended a meeting in Iran’s Chamber of Commerce, Industries, Mines and Agriculture (ICCIMA) on Sunday to negotiate with the Iranian counterparts.
By Patrick Wintour
Ted Malloch, the man currently running an expensive media campaign to persuade Donald Trump to nominate him as the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, knows that if he succeeds, it will be taken as a signal that Trump is willing to use his presidency to destroy the EU.
By Uri Friedman
The new administration has called into question “the last 70 years of American foreign policy,” Tusk says.
By Fareed Zakaria
In his first days in office, Donald Trump has begun to reverse the domestic policies of the previous eight years.
By Colbert I. King
As a State Department special agent assigned to the U.S. Embassy in West Germany during the Cold War, as one of three regional security officers responsible for personnel and physical security of U.S. diplomatic missions in West Germany, and West Berlin, I had the privilege of working closely with American intelligence services on critical and extremely sensitive issues.